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New students should continue to visit this portal this summer to complete checklist items needed before the start of the fall semester.

Recent Announcements

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

The Emmanuel College community remains close in prayer to the family and friends of Ashley Forward, an undergraduate nursing student who died so tragically last Wednesday. Ashley’s obituary and additional information may be found here.

Visiting hours will take place Wednesday, June 16th, and Thursday, June 17th, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., at the Solimine Funeral Home, 426 Broadway (Rt 129), in Lynn, MA. Ashley’s funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, June 18th, at 10:00 a.m., at St. Mary’s Church in Lynn.

In the wake of Ashley’s sudden loss, I encourage anyone in need of support to contact our Counseling Center. You may schedule an appointment by calling 617.735.9920. If you need assistance outside of normal working hours, you may contact our 24/7 support line by calling 617.735.9920 and selecting option 2.

May all who loved Ashley experience in this time the comfort and peace of Emmanuel, our God with us.

Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN

Join us in June for a four-part book group where we will discuss Safiya Umoja Noble's Algorithms of Oppression.

"Algorithmic oppression is not just a glitch in the system but, rather, is fundamental to the operating system of the web. It has direct impact on users and our lives beyond using Internet applications" (Noble, 2018, p. 10). 

Safiya Umoija Noble is Assistant Professor of Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles and was recently featured in the Nova episode Beyond the Search: The Biases Inside Google’s Algorithms.  

We will meet each Thursday in June from 12:30pm - 1:30pm
*Reading recommended but not required to attend.

  • June 3rd - Introduction and Chapter 1
  • June 10th - Chapters 2 and 3
  • June 17th - Chapters 4 and 5
  • June 24th - Chapter 6 and Conclusion

Comments/questions: Diane Zydlewski (

Please use this link to join

The Center will not be offering counseling services over the summer due to staffing changes. You can call anytime to schedule an appointment for the fall semester   

Please remember that you can reach a licensed counselor at any time, 24/7, through Connect@EC by calling 617.735.9920, option 2. International students also can reach a licensed counselor 24/7 via text or phone. For details on how to contact the 24/7 international line, go to (Code=fenway). 

Connected more than 400 students to 170+ employers through career-focused events and programming.

Signature Events

  • Business & Management Career Community Panel
  • Industry Series (newly added to the Signature Event lineup. This event hosted three employers to speak on a panel about careers in Research Administration and was followed by a networking session)
  • Non-Profit Internship & Career Fair
  • Recruiter Series (23 events)
  • Science & Health Career Community Panel

Partnered Events

  • College Career Centers of Boston (CCCOB): Communications and Marketing Career Exchange
  • College Career Centers of Boston (CCCOB): Government Careers Forum
  • Education Pathways Event
  • Massachusetts Education Recruiting Consortium (MERC) Education Fair
  • Princeton Review Strategy Sessions and Practice Tests

Total Attendance at Signature and Partnered Events was 600+ Students

A sampling of participating employers includes:

  • Act Blue
  • Bay Cove Human Services
  • Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Brown Brothers Harriman
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • GBH
  • Harte Hanks
  • Museum of Science
  • Notre Dame Mission Volunteers
  • State Street
  • U.S. Department of Commerce
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Upcoming Events

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