During the summer of 2009, Emmanuel College and the city of Boston partnered on a comprehensive restoration of Roberto Clemente Field, a city-owned field located in the Back Bay Fens just across the street from campus.
Traditions play a major role in the life of Emmanuel College men and women.
Students welcomed families and friends to campus!
Kenneth R. Feinberg, administrator of The One Fund, Boston will deliver the 2014 Commencement address and receive an honorary degree on May 10th.
On May 10th, Kenneth Feinberg gave the Commencement Address to graduates, their families and friends, and one very special guest: his ninth-grade English teacher Elisabeth O'Hearn '47.
Brittany Adams '14 reflects on the final week of her journey at Emmanuel College.
Emmanuel students welcomed their loved ones to campus for Family Weekend. The event-filled weekend was an opportunity for students to reconnect and to show off their home away from home.
Philosophy major Maggie Dobbins ’15 was named Region IX Outstanding Undergraduate Student Leader award at the 2015 Association for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education (NODA) Region IX Conference.
In the nearly three years since she started at Emmanuel, psychology major Sarah Higgins '16 has made her mark as a two-sport student-athlete, earning accolades for both women's basketball and lacrosse.
Nicole Bedoya '18 is a world champion salsa dancer, and made it to the Top 24 on the ninth season of America's Got Talent with her dance team Baila Conmigo.
Nora Alsahlawi ’15 earned a 2014 Kingston-Mann honorable mention for her essay “1001 Years of War: A Poetic Interpretation of the Sociopolitical Effects of Iraqi Wars on Refugee Cultural Identity.”
For the fourth consecutive year, Emmanuel College took the top spot in the "Best School Spirit" category on the Boston A-List, besting 17 other local colleges and universities for the honor.
Throughout the month of March, local middle school students trekked to campus to participate in the “Saturday Science and Engineering Programming,” sponsored by Emmanuel’s Center for Science Education.