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The Emmanuel College Fall 2019 Study Abroad Fair will be held on Thursday, September 12 from 10am-2pm in the Jean Yawkey Center.

All students planning to study abroad during their time at Emmanuel are encouraged to attend the fair to explore study abroad, exchange program, and travel course opportunities!

Please email with any questions. Students can schedule a study abroad appointment at this link and can begin a study abroad application at

As a reminder, at the start of a new semester:

  • All staff/faculty seeking to use the Fitness Center in the Jean Yawkey Center must show a valid EC ID card at the front desk. The ID will not be held.
  • The Gymnasium will be open for Open Gym times starting next week. Outside of Open Gym hours, was ask that you refrain from using the gymnasium, unless you have reserved it for programming.
  • All reservations for the JYCCL, JYC Atrium, Gymnasium, Quad and Tables should be sent via email to You will receive a response in 1-2 business days. As a note, reservations may be cancelled or moved at the discretion of JYC staff.
  • All requests for space will be considered on a first come, first serve basis, with the exception of Campus-wide programs such as Open House.
  • Please report any issues with JYC Facilities to front desk staff. Our students are here to monitor the space, enforce policies and provide information and direction to visitors. They may assist with event set-up at their discretion.
  • If you are hosting an event in the JYC or JYCCL, please provide your own materials and be sure to remove all items within 48 hours of the conclusion of your program. Any materials left in the JYC after 48 hours may be discarded.
  • If you are posting on bulletin boards in the JYC, your flyers must be approved by the Office of Student Activities & Multicultural Programs (MAR 214) and then given to front desk staff for distribution. We ask that you refrain from posting your own materials, and please do not post on walls, windows, elevators or bathroom stalls and mirrors.

Thank you, and let's work together for another successful year!

Kelli Connors
Associate Director, Campus Center and Student Activities

The attached Faculty & Adjuncts by Departments list now includes additional sheets for the academic schools:

(1) All - departments
(2) SoBM - School of Business & Management
(3) SoSH - School of Science & Health
(4) SoHSS - School of Humanities & Social Sciences
(5) SoE - School of Education
(6) SoNCS - School of Nursing & Clinical Sciences


FA19 Academic Depts and Programs
FA19 Faculty and Adjuncts by Departments

Between Saturday, September 7 and Monday, September 9, Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 hurricane, made its way from the Bahamas to Canada. Currently, the death toll is up to 50, and thousands of people has been displaced by the devastation. Due to the lack of shelter or ability to store donated materials, many relief organizations are currently asking for monetary donations rather than for supplies.

How can you help?

If you are interested in contributing to Catholic Relief Services, please visit this link

Please contact Mission and Ministry with any questions or visit ADM 153.

Thank you for any help you can give.

We hope that you will join us in thought and prayer for the people affected by this natural disaster.

Attention December 2019 Graduates:

All students who intend to graduate must complete a Degree Application. The Degree Application deadline for December 2019 graduates is Monday, September 16, 2019.

Students who complete the degree application will have their records audited for graduation eligibility and will receive an email regarding their graduation status in early October.

To complete the online degree application:

  • Log into Student Planning: Student Planning Home Page
  • Click the "Graduation Overview" tab
  • Under the Program of Study, Click the "Apply" button
  • Read the message in the blue box at the top of the screen regarding graduation eligibility and acknowledgement of requirements
  • Complete all fields in application
  • Click "Submit" on the bottom left of the screen.
  • You will receive a confirmation email that your degree application has been received.

May 2020 Commencement Ceremony: Degree recipients are eligible to attend the commencement ceremony. If you did not walk in May 2019, you are eligible to participate in the May 2020 commencement exercises. If you indicate that you will attend the commencement ceremony, you can expect to receive information regarding commencement, including all commencement related events, academic dress, hotel information, parking, etc. beginning in March 2020. Please be sure to include a post-graduation email address on your Degree Application, so that we can get this important information to you. If you indicate that you will be attending the May 2020 ceremony, you will receive your diploma on May 16, 2020.

Outcomes Survey

On Monday, December 2, 2019, December degree graduates can expect to receive an email from Dr. Josef Kurtz, Emmanuel's Vice President of Academic Affairs, with a link to the Student Outcomes Survey. Please tell us what you will be doing after graduation using The Outcomes Survey, whether it is employment, graduate school, an internship, service program or military service. By participating in this short online survey, you will be entered into a drawing to win great prizes (including one of four $25 Amazon gift cards!) and your responses will provide Emmanuel College with critical information that will help current and future students.

If you have any questions about how to apply for graduation, please contact the Office of the Registrar. Thank you and congratulations on your upcoming graduation!

Office of the Registrar
EAB 340
(p) 617-735-9960

Arts & Sciences Students:

Please note that the last day to add a course to your Fall 2019 schedule is Thursday, September 12th.

Declared students may make changes to their Fall 2019 schedules for sections with open seats online via Student Planning until Thursday, September 12th. Online schedule changes will end on this date to ensure that students can have their scheduled reviewed by advisors and do not drop courses after the last day to add without the ability to add additional coursework if needed.

New and undeclared students must receive the written approval from their advisor to make schedule changes, either on an Add/Drop Form submitted to the Office of the Registrar in EAB 340 or via email to from Emmanuel College email addresses. An Add/Drop Form is located below this this announcement. Section changes (same course offered at a different day/time) do not require advisor approval.

Course section drops for all students after September 12th must be submitted via an Add/Drop or via email, with advisor approval for undeclared students.

As a reminder, students must complete a minimum of 128 credits in addition to completing all general and major requirements, and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 to graduate. If you are currently enrolled in less than 16 credits for the semester, please review your degree audit (My Progress screen on Student Planning) and four year plan to determine whether adding another course this semester is needed.

Office of the Registrar Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
(p) 617-735-9960
(f) 617-264-7705

Add/Drop Form

Weekday Masses will begin on Wednesday, September 11 at 11:45am, and continue on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays throughout the semester. 

Location: Chapel

The Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room is now located in Marian Hall Room 319, just across the hall from its old location. 

Please email Danielle Rose at if you have any questions.

Dear Members of the Emmanuel College Community,

Once again, gun violence has convulsed our nation. Over the weekend, in a span of less than 24 hours, two young men armed with automatic weapons took the lives of 31 people and wounded many others, including small children, in incidents in El Paso, Texas, and in Dayton, Ohio. Less reported on, but also deeply shocking, were weekend shootings in Chicago that left seven dead and 46 wounded.

Today, as in the past, I encourage all of us to press our elected leaders to confront this public safety issue in a serious, bipartisan and effective manner. At the same time, we recognize that the roots of mass violence run deep and require solutions far beyond the scope of legislative or policy changes. Real, lasting remedies will only emerge from honest discussions about the state of our culture and society-and about the complex conditions that are making individuals vulnerable to ideologies of bigotry and hate.

As we come together to begin the 2019-20 academic year, may we renew our commitment to addressing these and other vital questions with openness, thoughtfulness and mutual respect. In addition, may we continue to show genuine care for one another and serve as a model for the peaceful and loving society that Emmanuel College has always sought to create.

Sister Janet

Join students from the Colleges of Fenway for a Block Party in the Emmanuel Quad on Friday, September 13 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.  Learn more about COF clubs and organizations while enjoying free food, giveaways and music. Event open to COF students only. 

  • If you applied for financial aid for the 2019-2020 academic year and completed the application process, your financial aid will appear on your billing statement. To access your financial aid award letter, choose "View Your Financial Aid" under the Money Matters section below.
  • If you applied for financial aid and you believe the aid has not been applied to your tuition bill, please review and submit any outstanding financial aid documents. To view these requirements, visit Financial Aid via EC Online Services. Please select 'Required Documents' from the drop-down menu. Please submit any outstanding financial aid documents to continue the processing of your application.
  • To learn more about the requirements for accepting or declining your federal direct loans, choose "Accepting or Declining Federal Direct Loans" under the Money Matters section below.

It is important for students to designate a contact person the College may notify in the event that you are in an emergency situation. For similar reasons, students who do not live on campus must provide the College with a local address. This information must be provided to the College each year. New students who attended orientation and provided this information will not need to provide this information again.

Access to EC Learn will be blocked for students who have not provided this information before the start of the semester.

Instructions for entering this information are below:

Log into EC Online Services via the "Helpful Links" to the left.

Click “EC Online Services.” Next, click “Student Planning”. You may need to enter your credentials again.

Click User Profile (under name on the upper right drop-down menu)

Emergency Contact—Click the add or update your emergency contact, click the “Add New Contact” button and then select the “Confirm” button once the information is confirmed or updated.

Address Update—Please note, regardless of your on or off campus status, the College needs to have a non-Emmanuel permanent home address on file.

If you live on campus: Please review and confirm or update your permanent home address.

If you live OFF campus: Please review and confirm or update your LOCAL address.

If you have any questions about this information, please contact us by emailing, by calling (617)735-9960, or by visiting the Registrar's Office in the Eisner Administration Building, Room 340.

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To kick off the 2019-2020 academic year, the Career Center will host a Career Conference featuring a series of breakout sessions on interviewing, job searching and more, as well as a keynote address from Higher Education Digital Engagement Consultant Eric Stroller, on Friday, September 20, from 1:00-5:30 p.m.

Click Here to Register

Avenue Commons
Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Contact Danielle Rose for more infromation at 

Sign up TODAY at!
Use code "EmmanuelBOS" to find this drive.

Study abroad applications for Spring 2020 will be due on October 15, 2019!

Students who are planning to study abroad for the Spring 2020 semester are encouraged to begin the planning process in order to pick a program, research scholarship and funding information, request course approvals, and prepare for their study abroad experience.  

There will be four travel courses offered for Spring 2020. These courses will meet during the Spring 2020 semester and will travel during spring break or over the summer. Students will apply and register for these programs through the Office of International Programs. Dates and prices will be confirmed by late August 2019.  

Students planning to study abroad for the full spring semester can begin an application here and all students should contact the Office of International Programs at for guidance on the application process. Students should review the list of approved programs, as well as our list of recommended programs by location, in selecting their study abroad program. Students can also request a study abroad appointment at this link.  

Exchange program applications are also due on October 15. English Communications majors can apply to study abroad in Sweden for the Spring 2020 semester and Studio Art majors can apply to study abroad in Germany. Applications for these programs can be found at the following links:

The Emmanuel in Leeds program for Fall 2020 will be open to students who will be a sophomore during the Fall 2020 semester. The application for this program will be due on March 15, 2020. More information can be found at:

Please note that the October 15 deadline is the Emmanuel College deadline for study abroad approval, and some programs may have earlier deadlines. The application deadline for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Academic Year 2020-2021 programs is March 15, 2020.

Email with any questions.

Emmanuel College faculty, staff and students are now able to register to receive RAVE alerts from the other COF schools.  If you wish to opt in to receive these emergency notifications  by text, please see the following information for instructions.

What is RAVE?
RAVE is used to notify the COF institutions of emergencies that occur on or around campuses. The systems are also utilized to inform the community of events such as a snowstorm campus closure. Emergency alerts come via phone call and/or text.

Who gets RAVE notifications?
All COF students, staff and faculty are automatically enrolled in the system. But others (visitors, parents, etc.) have the ability to join the notification system by using the RAVE opt-in feature.

How do I enroll?
Simply text the campus specific "keyword" to their corresponding phone number and you will be added to their Emergency Notification System for a period of time. You will receive instructions to renew when your membership is about to expire.

What is my keyword and phone number?

Keyword: EmmanuelAlert
Phone number: 67283

Keyword: MassartAlert
Phone number: 226787

Keyword: MCPHSAlerts
Phone number: 67283

Keyword: Simmonstenants
Phone number: 67283

Keyword: WITAlert
Phone number: 226787

For safety reasons, all members of the Emmanuel community are requested to adhere to the following protocol when being picked up or dropped off by either Uber, Lyft or Taxi vehicles.

The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation has posted signs "No pick-up or Discharge of passengers" on the Fenway adjacent to the Emmanuel College entrances, both the Loretto and main gate.

Users of any of the above services are requested to instruct the driver to pull onto campus and pick-up or drop off just prior to the crosswalk adjacent to the Administration building.

Officers in the parking booth will advise drivers of this protocol as well.Any questions regarding this issue or any other Public Safety issue, Please stop at Campus Safety located in room 139 in the Admin. building.

Upcoming Events


Sep 15, 2019: Save the Date: Student Organization Training Day at Auditorium

Join OSAMP and SGA for our required student organization training day. All executive board members are required to be in attendance.

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Sep 19, 2019: EC Involvement Expo at Emmanuel College Quad

Join our student organizations, offices and departments on the Quad (weather dependent) to see what we have to offer to help get you involved and connected to campus! Free giveaways, music, popcorn and more!

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Oct 10, 2019: Raise the Bar HIRE! at Four Points by Sheraton

Work Without Limits and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission are excited to partner on the 7th Annual Raise the Bar HIRE! Conference on Thursday, October 10. This one-day career fair opportunity for students features prominent national keynote speakers, educational sessions, exhibitors, networking opportunities and sharing of best practices on disability employment.

Raise the Bar HIRE! is coordinated by Work Without Limits. Work Without Limits is a program of Commonwealth Medicine within the University of Massachusetts Medical School. For more information about Work Without Limits programs and services, click here.

Keynote Speaker

Travis Roy

Motivational Speaker, Author, Activist

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