Our home in Boston has been a huge part of the student experience since our founding in 1919.
For more than 100 years, we have been at the forefront of innovation, educating doers and difference-makers in the Catholic intellectual tradition, preparing students to meet the demands of a constantly changing, global marketplace.
Small college feel, big city appeal. Explore why our campus, and our city, offer a truly one-of-a-kind college experience.
Emmanuel's tiered, theater style classrooms are ideal for group work and collaboration, such as this documentary film class.
Classrooms contain state-of-the-art media to faciliate a variety of presentations and interactive learning.
Traditional classrooms serve multiple purposes; they can, depending on the day, be set up lecture style or rearranged to facilitate small group discussions.
The Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center, which opened in 2010, is the hub of academic research on Emmanuel's campus.
The Wilkens Science Center is home to 14 laboratories for biology, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, neuroscience and other research initiatives.
Here, students and faculty collaborate on groundbreaking research, and have received more than $2 million in National Science Foundation (NSF) funding over the past decade.
The Art Department, located on the fifth floor of the Eisner Administration Building, offers gallery space as well as studios for printmaking, painting, ceramics, photography, graphic design and more.
The Learning Commons in the Cardinal Cushing Library also offers ample space for solo and group study, and encourages collaboration on innovative projects and initiatives.
Emmanuel's newest residence hall, an 18-story, apartment-style tower, opened in Fall 2018.
The units in the New Residence Hall offer the best of both worlds: independent, apartment-style living on campus in the heart of Boston.
The Atrium of the New Residence Hall, open to the entire College community, is home to the Margaret L. McKenna '83 Media Center, Dunkin, Fitness Center, Dance Studio, Joe Di's Food Mart, and plenty of space to hold events or hang out.
All of Emmanuel's residence halls have ample lounge space to gather, study or host events.
Emmanuel's traditional residence halls, such as Loretto Hall, pictured here, are co-educational, and feature single-sex hall bathrooms, fully-equipped kitchens and laundry facilities, as well as lounges and other social spaces.
Generations of Emmanuel students say they met their best friend in their residence hall during their first year! Residence Life hosts a variety of floor- or hall-based programs every semester to build community in your home away from home.
The Eisner Administration Building has served as the architectual symbol of Emmanuel College for more than 100 years. It is home to the historic Chapel, classrooms, the Art Department, faculty and staff offices, meeting space, the mailroom and the Muddy River Café.
The McCafferty Career Center serves students at all stages of their Emmanuel journey, beginning on day one and extending through graduation. They offer students direct access to recruiters at prestigious Boston organizations through both on-campus and off-campus events.
During the warmer months, you can find students eating lunch and studying on the patio outside the Muddy River Cafe.
The Emmanuel College Chapel is the heart and soul of the Eisner Administration Building. Located at the center of the building, the Chapel has witnessed more than 100 years of Liturgies, weddings and campus traditions.
The Jean Yawkey Center is the "living room" of Emmanuel's campus. It's your student center, your dining hall, your gym and fitness center, your place to meet up with friends...all rolled into one.
The sunny second-floor Atrium overlooks the Quad and is a popular place to hang out and collaborate on group assignments.
The gymnasium, located in the Jean Yawkey Center, is home to the Saints for both practice and competition. With bleacher seating for up to 1400, game nights become the place to be for the EC Superfans.
The Jean Yawkey Center, St. Joseph Hall and the New Residence Hall each offer fitness center for cardio or strength training.
Emmanuel's main dining facility, the Marian Hall Dining Room, is located in the Jean Yawkey Center and offers buffet dining featuring everything from stir fry and salad bars to comfort foods and desserts for all dietary preferences.
The Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center is designed to foster interactive learning and community building. Here, students conduct research side-by-side with faculty members and take full advantage of our location in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area
In addition to laboratories, the Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center offers multipurpose classrooms, meeting spaces and common areas.
Roberto Clemente Field, located in Boston's Back Bay Fens, serves as Emmanuel's home field, as well as an important community recreational resource. The complex features a 120,000-square-foot, NCAA-regulation synthetic turf field, a three-lane, rubberized all-weather track, practice facilities for expanded track and field events, Musco® lighting, scoreboard, stands and benches for handicap seating.
No camera tricks here. Emmanuel's home in the heart of Boston is a huge part of the student experience, from internships and employment to entertainment and cultural experiences.
Welcome to Titletown. Emmanuel is just a few blocks from Fenway Park, home of the 9x World Series champion Boston Red Sox.
The Fenway neighborhood is also home to cultural institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (pictured) and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Boston is known as "America's Walking City," but students also take public transportation, known as the "T," to get where they need to go in the city!
Boston his home to some of the best food in the country, and our neighborhood is no different! There are dozens of cafes, restaurants and coffee shops within a quick walk from campus.
Just beyond the Fenway, students can explore the Back Bay, the Financial District, Beacon Hill, the Seaport, the North End and so many of Boston's other distinct and historic neighborhoods!
Emmanuel is a place where students drive the research behind scientific breakthroughs. Captain championship teams alongside fellow athletes who become everlasting friends. Gain valuable connections to companies and organizations that help them develop real-world skills and a strong resume.
There are no halfway measures when it comes to happiness: it derives from giving your all to the passions and pursuits that move you. You’re ready to put your all into something bold and ambitious.