Residence life just isn't the same everywhere.
You won't find the sophisticated city of Boston, with its 250,000 other college students, outside your front door everywhere. You won't find a 17-acre campus, lush with trees and brick buildings everywhere. You won't find Fenway Park just down the street everywhere. But you'll find it all at Emmanuel College.
So what do our students like best about living on campus? The opportunity to meet new people, and the convenience of being so close to class with no commute time.
Another plus? Living on campus is truly the most affordable way to live while attending college in the city of Boston.
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The mission of the Office of Residence Life and Housing is to provide student’s with opportunities to explore new experiences, enhance personal growth, explore and build new relationships, and play an active role in celebrating and promoting the ideals of a Catholic community. This is done by providing clean, well maintained and properly staffed facilities, which promote a living and learning environment that is safe, just and developmental.
To accomplish our mission we work with students, faculty and other staff members to plan and implement educational and social programs and activities that will enhance your co-curricular experience.
Each residence hall has a Residence Director, who is a professional staff member, who lives in the hall. This person is responsible for the day to day management of the building and is responsible for creating an environment that will support an individual’s growth and development. In addition, each hall has Resident Assistants, who are student leaders that live on the floors, and are dedicated to supporting residents with their personal and academic concerns. All of the Residence Life and Housing staff is available as a resource for students.
If you have questions or concerns please call (617-735-9746), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop by the central Residence Life and Housing Office in the basement of St. Ann’s Hall.