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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

Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN, President, cordially invites you to the

Mass of the Holy Spirit

Thursday, September 16, 2021  ::  12:15 p.m.
Emmanuel College Chapel 

Celebrant: Father Terrence Devino, S.J.

Please join us at the Mass of the Holy Spirit to mark the opening of the academic year. This longstanding tradition at Catholic colleges and universities serves as a means of invoking the Holy Spirit for guidance and wisdom throughout the academic year. 

Please click the link below to join the Mass Remotely: https://emmanuel.zoom.us/j/94222531318?pwd=QmdGV3ZXczJHNGJ3eWppaEVEMVRWUT09

Throughout the semester, several events will be held to familiarize students with the variety of resources available to enhance academic success. The Academic Resource Center has produced a Fall 2021 Checklist to guide students on how to organize and thrive during the semester, along with a Semester-at-a-Glance time management tool. Additionally, through the Learning Commons Toolbox, students can attend tutorials and trainings on technology, study strategies, effective writing, time management and more. A full schedule is available here.

The College is excited to announce both changes in roles within Student Affairs, as well as new members of the team who will work closely with residents and commuters.

  • Dr. Jennifer Forry, Dean of Students/Chief Student Affairs Officer
  • Susan Benzie, Associate Dean of Students
  • *Marc Taney, Director of Student Involvement and Commuter Engagement
  • Liam Rice, Associate Director of the Jean Yawkey Center and Student Involvement
  • *Luci Delgado, Assistant Director of Student Involvement and Leadership
  • Diana Estime, Director of Residence Life
  • Stephanie Parent, Associate Director of Residence Life
  • *Katie Drewry, Assistant Director of Residence Life (St. Ann Hall)
  • Tell White, Head Men's Basketball Coach
  • Dan Campagna, Senior Assistant Director of Athletics, Sports Information Director & NCAA Compliance Administrator
  • *David Rixham, Assistant Sports Information Director/Athletics Department Coordinator
  • Olivia Berry, Assistant Director of Athletics/Senior Women's Administrator
  • *Amanda Snow, Assistant Director of Counseling
  • *Courtney Nugent, Counselor/Wellness Coordinator
  • *Sarah Schermerhorn, Counselor
  • Colleen Williams, Senior Clinician
  • *Devon Kilburn, Wellness Center Office Manager

*new staff members 

First-year and sophomore students are invited to take part in Mission & Ministry’s Take48 Retreat from October 1-3 on Cape Cod. The experience aims to help students navigate the transition to college by offering an opportunity to step away from campus, meet new people, and consider the possibilities of the journey ahead at Emmanuel. Students may sign up using this link.

Not long ago, all new first-time freshmen received an email requesting participation in a survey of new Emmanuel students. The intent of the survey is to collect information from students that will allow them to get the most out of their time at Emmanuel and to gather insights into what students think about their upcoming experiences at the College. The survey is available at: Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement.

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