2013 Reports and Data

Class of 2017 Profile

Class Size 515
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 50.5%
Other New England 38.6%
Other US 9.5%
Foreign 1.4%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.2%
Asian 3.9%
Black/African American 2.5%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.4%
Hispanic 8.0%
Two or More Races 2.3%
ALANA total 17.3%
International 1.6%
White 74.2%
Unknown 7.0%
Gender Breakdown
Female 75.1%
Male 24.9%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 94%
Commuter 6%
Test Scores
SAT Critical Reading (middle 50%) 500-590
SAT Math (middle 50%) 500-590
SAT Writing (middle 50%) 510-600
ACT Composite (middle 50%) 21-26

A&S Profile

Total Students 1862
Freshmen 31.5%
Sophomores 26.2%
Juniors 22.3%
Seniors 22.3%
Non-Matriculating --
FT/PT Status
Full Time 99.2%
Part Time 0.8%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachuetts 57.9%
Other New England 31.0%
Other US 10.3%
Foreign 0.8%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.3%
Asian 3.2%
Black/African American 4.3%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.1%
Hispanic 6.0%
Two or More Races 2.5%
ALANA total 16.4%
International 1.4%
White 70.8%
Unknown 11.4%
Gender Breakdown
Female 71.1%
Male 28.9%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 72%
Commuter 28%

Top Majors - A&S Students

Spring 2011 Spring 2012 Spring 2013
English 20% English 19% Psychology 18%
Psychology 15% Psychology 18% English 17%
Biology/Chemistry 13% Biology/Chemistry 16% Biology/Chemistry 16%
Management 13% Management 11% Management 11%

Faculty Headcount(FT and benefits eligible PT)

Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013
103(98 FT) 106(101 FT) 101(97 FT)

One-Year Retention Rate

Class of 2014 Class of 2015 Class of 2016
82% 82% 81%

Six-Year Graduation Rate

Class of 2009 Class of 2010 Class of 2011
63% 58% 58%

Graduate Studies + Nursing UG Profile

Total Students 178
Nursing (BSN) 83.1%
Management (BSBA) 16.9%
Non-Matriculating --
FT/PT Status
Full Time 5.1%
Part Time 94.9%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachuetts 97.8%
Other New England 2.2%
Other US --
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native --
Asian 1.1%
Black/African American 17.4%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.6%
Hispanic 2.2%
Two or More Races --
ALANA total 21.3%
International --
White 58.5%
Unknown 15.7%
Gender Breakdown
Female 90.4%
Male 9.6%

Other UG Students

Colleges of the Fenway 131
Fenway HS/Newman Prep 5

GSN Graduate Student Profile

Total Students 260
Education (CAGS, MAT, MEd) 12.7%
Human Resources Mgmt. (HRM) 24.2%
Management (MSM) 33.1%
Nursing (MSN) 19.6%
Biopharma (Certificate) --
Research Admin (Certificate) 3.1%
Non-Matriculating 7.3%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 6.5%
Part Time 93.5%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachuetts 83.5%
Other New England 4.2%
Other US 12.3%
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.8%
Asian 2.3%
Black/African American 17.3%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.4%
Hispanic 5.4%
Two or More Races --
ALANA total 26.2%
International --
White 68.5%
Unknown 15.0%
Gender Breakdown
Female 80.8%
Male 19.2%

Explore Emmanuel

Research Spotlight: Searching for an Evolution Solution

Propelled by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, students and faculty in the Mathematics Department are studying the rate of evolution in spatially structured populations using evolutionary graph theory, which may inform the estimation of important events in our evolutionary past, such as when humans split from our closest primate relatives.

Learn More
Learn More
Research Spotlight: Powerful Partnerships

In collaboration with Emmanuel graduate, Kierstin Giunco ’17, Associated Professor of Education Christine Leighton and current student Kayla Balthazar '20 are working with local elementary students to deepen reading engagement and comprehension.

Learn More
Research Spotlight: Economics Education on a Global Scale

As her research in economics education has focused on innovation in the classroom and finding ways to help students apply economic theories to real-world situations, students are vital in every aspect to Associate Professor of Economics Rebecca Moryl’s work.

Learn More
Eileen Milien '22: A Career-Affirming CURE

When choosing a college, Eileen knew two things for sure—that she would be able to get to know her professors and peers and that she wanted to be in an area in which she would have myriad opportunities in the research and medicine.

Learn More
Melissa Duffy '20: Artist and Appreciator

When Melissa started at Emmanuel, she chose what she believed to be two separate and distinct majors—studio art and history—to fulfill her both her personal and professional interests.

Learn More
Kai Uehara '20: Social Justice Scholar

Kai has always had the inclination to try to make any situation better. When he was searching for colleges, Emmanuel's social justice mission resounded deeply with his ideals of supporting those who need the help.

Learn More
Robert Columbus '20: The Idea Man

Robert’s interest in the workings of the wider world grew in 2011 as the Arab Spring became international news. “I love history,” he said, “so knowing the history of the states as well as their current affairs made their actions and interactions much more interesting to me.”

Learn More
Jake Hill '20: Seeing Citizenship with a Capitol C

Growing up in a suburban town outside of Boston, going to college in the city had always been a goal for Jake. After touring Emmanuel's campus he felt it had the perfect mixture of “small campus feel and big city appeal.”

Learn More
Learn More
Jessie Wang '19: Head of the Class

What began as an on-campus job in Emmanuel's student center transformed into a new career path for Jessie, one that brought her to Harvard University as a master's candidate in higher education administration. 

Learn More
Learn More

Let's Get Started.

Emmanuel is a place where students broaden their sense of what’s possible and prepare for inspiring careers in an ever-changing world. Be here.