New Student Transition
Going to college for the first time or transferring to a new college is a challenging process—a process that often comes with many emotions. Emmanuel College provides new students plenty of resources to adjust during this transition.
Orientation program is designed to make the transition to Emmanuel as seamless as possible. This comprehensive program includes course selection, academic advising, educational sessions and a chance to meet your classmates. It will also provide you with the information you will need to become an active, successful and contributing member of the Emmanuel College community.
Academic Connections for Engagement
The ACE: Academic Connections for Engagement seminar positions first year students to succeed academically and socially during their first year and beyond at Emmanuel. The seminar offers necessary information and tools for a successful beginning to the first-year college experience and provides them an opportunity to reflect on their goals over the coming years. Each ACE section is facilitated by a faculty/staff instructor, as well as an upper-class student
that works with the new students in their section to support and enhance their social and academic transition to Emmanuel in and outside of the classroom. These seminars are unified by the common themes of community, connection/belonging and purpose. ACE Guide
Student Involvement Fair
Receive information about opportunities to get involved with campus life and begin your career as a student leader at Emmanuel. Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and the Student Government Association, this fair showcases the many
clubs, organizations and areas of involvement on the Emmanuel College campus.
Each semester, new students have the opportunity to join the Campus Ministry staff to take a weekend away from campus to reflect on the
Take48 Retreat. Through presentations and discussion, songs, prayer and fun activities, students have the opportunity to explore more deeply where they've come from, where they are now and where they are going.