Frequently Asked Questions
What is Emmanuel College's Federal School Code?
Emmanuel College's Federal School Code is 002147. This code is required for Emmanuel to receive your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
How do I apply for financial aid?
To apply for financial aid at Emmanuel College, incoming students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the February 15th priority filing date. Additional documents may be requested.
What happens if I miss the February 15th priority filing date?
Incoming students whose applications are received after the priority filing date will be awarded on a funds available basis. You may find that even if you apply after the priority filing date, there is sufficient funding available for you to be able to afford to enroll at Emmanuel College.
Do I need to reapply for financial aid each year?
Yes. To be considered for need-based financial aid, students must reapply for financial aid each academic year. To receive priority consideration, applications should be submitted by March 1st of the upcoming academic year.
Are there jobs available on campus?
Students who apply for financial aid may be eligible for Federal Work-Study, which is a student employment program funded by the federal government and Emmanuel College. Students may work up to twelve hours per week and are paid on a bi-weekly basis. On- and off-campus Federal Work-Study jobs are posted on Emmanuel College's Career Connect (EC3).
Student employment jobs are also available on campus for students who do not apply for financial aid or who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study.
Read more on student employment.
Are there options available to pay the balance after financial aid?
What is the average financial aid package?
Emmanuel College awards financial aid to students based on an evaluation of the student's and the student's family's ability to pay for his or her education. For this reason, each student's financial aid award is unique. Emmanuel College understands that paying for college can be challenging. We are committed to working with students and their families to make an Emmanuel College education a reality.
When is the bill due?
The fall semester bill is mailed in early July and is due by August 2nd. The spring semester bill is mailed in mid-November and due by December 18th. Read more on billing procedures, costs and payment options.
Will my deposit be reflected on my bill?
All accepted full-time undergraduate students who wish to enroll at Emmanuel College pay a $300 tuition deposit ($500 if they are living on campus) to secure their place in the class. This deposit is applied to the first semester bill.
Is health insurance required?
Yes. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires all full-time students to be covered under an acceptable health insurance plan. Read more on health insurance.
Can I park on campus?
A limited number of parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis for commuter students. A parking application must be submitted to the Vice President of Student Affairs for approval. Parking is not available for resident students.