* The parking hangtag is only valid for the employee to whom it is issued
The staff/faculty rates for the 2018-2019 academic year are as follows:
Full-time earning less than $70,000 annually
Full-time earning $70,000 or greater annually
$50 per semester
There is a $100 replacement fee for lost hangtags. No exceptions will be made. The parking hangtag is valid only for the employee to whom it is issued. It cannot be used by anyone other than the Emmanuel College employee. The hangtag is only valid for the days the employee is scheduled to be on campus. Overnight parking is prohibited. While parking your vehicle on campus, you must rely on your own insurance coverage for any damage or loss to your vehicle.
Parking for Graduate + Professional Programs Adjunct Faculty in Boston
Graduate and Professional Programs student parking rates are $70 per term and valid only for the times stated on the pass.
Once your application has been received, your request will be processed and the fee will be deducted from your paycheck.
Your parking hangtag will be available for you to pick up in Campus Safety, ADM 139. If you are a faculty member, your hangtag may be mailed to you by request. Please contact HR if you need to make other arrangements.
In May 2019, Emmanuel College was selected as one of 100 Boston-area nonprofits to receive a $100,000 grant through Cummings Foundation's "$100K for 100" program. The grant will help support service initiatives through Emmanuel's Cardinal Seán O'Malley Center for Mission & Ministry.
At Emmanuel, management major Juan Sebastian Levy '14 prepared to succeed in an increasingly global society, experience that has taken him to Wayfair's offices in Berlin and back to Reebok's international headquarters in Boston.
Kylia visited Emmanuel's Career Center for the first time during her freshman year and made key connections that would eventually lead her to a full-time position in research administration at Harvard University.
One of Jannet Desvira's goals early in her Emmanuel career was to become president of the Business Leaders of Emmanuel Club. She has achieved that and more—and is poised to become a business leader in the real world.
On campus and off, Jaxell Negron is all about building community. As an RA, he creates a strong, safe sense of rapport within his residence hall. Through the on-campus boxing club he co-founded, he gave students a new way to work out and relieve stress.
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