Admissions Counselor

fleetwoodn [at] emmanuel.edu (fleetwoodn[at]emmanuel[dot]edu)

Nick visits and reads applications for Massachusetts (Quincy and Plymouth), northern New Jersey, and Long Island. He also reviews applications for students from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

What is your favorite thing about Emmanuel College?

My favorite thing about Emmanuel College is the family atmosphere that resonates from the faculty to the students. Everyone in this community works together and wants the best for each other which leads to a fun, supportive environment to succeed in all walks of life.

What is your favorite thing to do in Boston?

My favorite thing to do in Boston is to go to Red Sox games or Celtics games depending on the season. Being such a strong sports city, from the fans to the teams themselves, the energy is felt throughout Boston on game days. With Emmanuel’s location being so close to Fenway, there really can’t be anything better than walking over on a warm day and catching a game.

What is the one piece of advice you would give prospective students about the college process?

The one piece of advice I would give prospective students about the college process is to not stress too much and follow your heart. The right college for you will speak to you, so be sure to go on campus visits, use the resources offered to talk to current students and faculty and trust in yourself to take this next step in your life. Also, as stressful as things may seem right now, things will always work out in the end.

What is the most exciting aspect of working in Admissions?

The most exciting aspect of working in Admissions is being able to travel to different parts of the state and country to meet and help young adults as they are entering a new chapter in their life. Being able to potentially be a resource in helping students find the right home and family for the next four years is extremely motivating, as I hope to make a positive impact on someone’s life.