Review the process to update your name, address or emergency contact to ensure Emmanuel has your most up-to-date information on file.

Due to the importance of having both a current local address and emergency contact on file, current students who fail to provide this information by the start of the semester will have their access blocked to ECLearn, until they provide this information and contact the Office of the Registrar to confirm compliance.

Students may also complete a paper form. Download the combined Address, Emergency Contact, and Name Update Form


 

Current students may update their address on Student Planning here. Students must confirm or update their address with Emmanuel College every year. If a student need to confirm/update a local address and also change their permanent home address, students should complete the Address Update Form and/or contact the Office of the Registrar at regmail@emmanuel.edu.

Students are required to confirm or update their emergency contact information at least once a year. It is critical this information is on file in case of an emergency. To update or confirm your emergency contact information, you may do so on Student Planning under the user account tab.

In addition to the emergency contact information, all students are encouraged to sign up for RAVE, the College’s emergency notification system, to notify you of any emergency on campus or college closures, including for inclement weather. Students may sign up or adjust their contact information for RAVE here.

Students with name changes should contact the Office of the Registrar as soon as possible to ensure the College has the most accurate information for you. Students or alumni with name changes, may complete the form to update their name along with official documentation of the name change. Acceptable documents include marriage licenses, court ordered name change documents and social security cards.

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