Julia Morgillo

Assistant Director of Student Financial Services

What makes Emmanuel different from other colleges?
The enthusiasm and energy of the students at Emmanuel is abundant. The students that come here are passionate and eager to learn in and out the classroom.

What is one Boston activity you recommend for students?
Visit the Skywalk Observatory a top the Prudential Center.

What tips do you have for students when it comes to financial aid and/or payment options?
It's not only important to start saving early, but think about what it is you hope to accomplish long term-career or personal interests too. There are a number of programs out there that give students the opportunity earn money while in school doing research or working in the field gaining valuable experience for their resumes. Once you graduate look consider a year of service or working for an organization that will help you to forgive any debt you might have from loans. Opportunities like Teach for America, AmeriCorps and City Year are great avenues to help students go on to work in fields where they not only giving back to the community but they the value of their degree.

What do you like most about working in the OSFS?
I enjoy the work I do with students teaching them about how to budget and plan for the future and helping them to invest in themselves through their educational attainment.