How Students Can Help

Students can invest in their education by borrowing with low-cost student loans, applying for scholarships and by working on or off campus.

Student Loans: A Wise Investment

The prospect of borrowing may be intimidating for some students, but when you take out a low-cost student loan to pay for tuition and fees, you are making a smart investment in your future. Federal student loans are usually limited to amounts that make repayment manageable. Additionally, there are several federal loan repayment and forgiveness options.

Applying for Financial Aid

Scholarships: Reduce Your Need to Borrow

In addition to the scholarships and grants offered by Emmanuel and federal and state funding sources, there are many private scholarship opportunities available. We encourage you to seek private scholarships from your high school and local community.

Private Scholarships

Student Employment: Balancing Work and Study

Not all students will choose to work at Emmanuel, but if you do, we have a robust student employment program and our Boston-location is ideal for jobs in the community.

Student Employment

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Emmanuel College education majors have the opportunity to engage in student-teaching practicums at nearly three dozen schools in the greater Boston area.

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