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Seven current Emmanuel students participated in the YMCA College Youth in Government (YIG) National Assembly—held in Washington, D.C., from January 14th-18th—and took home multiple honors, including the 2016 Chapter of the Year award and a position as a national officer for Mary-Kate Roffey ’17.
This year, 492 new Emmanuel students volunteered at 13 different sites around the city of Boston for the College's annual New Student Day of Service.More
Emmanuel is not only in the heart of the world’s greatest college town—it is an integral part of one of Boston’s most dynamic and growing neighborhoods.More
Emmanuel College education majors have the opportunity to engage in student-teaching practicums at nearly three dozen schools in the greater Boston area.More
During the week of March 7th, a team of 17 students and three faculty and staff advisors from the Emmanuel College chapter of Habitat for Humanity (H4H) participated in Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge, spending their spring break volunteering in Woodland Park, Colorado.
In 2008, DaJavon Davis '12 became the first person in his family to graduate high school, and he didn't stop there. In 2012, he graduated with a bachelor's in psychology with a concentration in counseling and health from Emmanuel and, this spring, a master's in marriage and family therapy from Fairfield University.
Joelle was a resident of Loretto hall before becoming a Resident Assistant. In helping students navigate their first year of college, Joelle gained an understanding of and appreciation for the friendship, mentorship, leadership and professional opportunities that come with living on campus.