Emmanuel College uses the
Common Application . Students must submit all application requirements by the appropriate application deadline to receive an admission decision. Admission decisions are received by mail typically four-six weeks after an application becomes complete.
Application requirements include the Common Application form, college essay, official high school transcript, official senior year grades, and two letters of recommendation. One letter must come from a school or college counselor and the other, an academic teacher of the student's choosing. We also require that you complete the Common Application Secondary School Report.
Beginning with students entering Emmanuel College in fall of 2015, applicants for admission will not be required to submit standardized test scores (SAT I, SAT II and ACT). For more information on this policy, please visit our
test-optional information page.
While interviews are not required, they are recommended for all applicants. Students can arrange interviews by calling the Office of Admissions (617-735-9715) or e-mailing
Emmanuel welcomes application materials submitted online through the
Common Application or Naviance, as well as by mail. If submitting a student's official high school transcript, senior grades or recommendation letters by mail, please forward them to the following address:
Office of Admissions
Emmanuel College 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115
The Class of 2019 is one of the larger classes in Emmanuel College's history. It is a vibrant group of students coming from across the United States and around the world.
New Student Admission:
Admitted: 4,591 Enrolled: 594
Grade Point Average (mid-50% range): 3.2-4.0
Standardized Test Scores (mid-50% range of the 58.2% of students submitting SAT or ACT scores):
SAT (CR+M) 1050-1190
SAT CR 550-610 SAT M 510-600 ACT 23-27
The Emmanuel community includes students from 35 states and territories and 56 countries (data as of July 2015).
Emmanuel welcomes school and independent college counselors to campus through a variety of special group tours and events. If you are not able to attend one of our counselor events, you are encouraged to schedule a private visit to enjoy a campus tour and meet with an
admission counselor. Colleges of the Fenway Tour Emmanuel is a proud member of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium, along with Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MCPHS University, Simmons College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Wheelock College. Together, our institutions account for approximately 16% of Boston's undergraduate student population. Each year, the consortium hosts a COF tour to give counselors the opportunity to visit all six colleges in one day. Check back soon to learn the 2016 tour date! Additionally, the COF hosts counselors or student groups to tour all six colleges by appointment. To learn more or schedule a tour, please contact the COF directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counselor Association Tours and Events Emmanuel hosts campus events for school counselor associations throughout the area, and would welcome the opportunity to work with your group or association of counselors. Please contact the Office of Admissions to discuss the possibility of organizing a group counselor event on our campus.
Campus Tours Interested in visiting Emmanuel, but can't make it to one of our counselor events? Come for a tour, weekend information session or one of our fall open houses! Learn more and register for campus tours and events.
Small Group VisitsEmmanuel welcomes school groups of high school students and their school counselors. Typically, group visits include a campus tour and/or an information session. Please contact Samantha Levine in the Office of Admissions at 617 735-9715 or email@example.com to learn more and schedule your visit.
You may also explore Emmanuel the campus through our
campus photo tour.
Beginning with the class entering in fall of 2015, candidates will not be required to submit standardized test scores.