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It is important that you update your emergency contact information within the RAVE Emergency System. You may also register alternative email addresses and phone numbers, including those of family members.

Recent Announcements

For the latest information regarding the coronavirus, and updated FAQs, check out our dedicated COVID-19 web page.

The Learning Commons DiscoveryLab will be hosting an online event “DIY Masks For Yourself and Others” following the CDC’s guidelines and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s recommendations. We will walk you step by step through making a "No Sew" mask from available materials. We'll also provide information on options for learning to sew more sophisticated masks, and ways you can even become a contributor to organized mask drives.

Three different times available - pick the one that fits your schedule:
Tuesday, April 7th at 1:00-1:30pm
Wednesday, April 8th at 12:00-12:30pm and 7:00-7:30pm
Thursday, April 9th at 1:00-1:30pm

The final session will be recorded.

Dial-In Information
Zoom meeting information:
Meeting ID: 708 615 791
Password: EC1234


ROME, MARCH 27, 2020


You ask us not be afraid, yet our faith is weak and we are fearful. 

But you, Lord, will not leave us at the mercy of the storm.  (Mark 4:35-41)


When evening had come….

For weeks now, it has been evening.

Like the disciples in the Gospel, we were caught off guard by an unexpected turbulent storm.

We have realized that we are on the same boat, all of us fragile and disoriented,

but at the same time, important and needed, all of us called to row together.

On this boat…are all of us.

We too, have realized…that only together can we do this!


In this storm, the façade of those stereotypes with which we can camouflage our egos, has fallen away,

uncovering once more that blessed, common belonging, of which we cannot be deprived:  our belonging as brothers and sisters.


God invites us to reawaken and put into practice that solidarity and hope capable of giving strength and meaning to these hours,

when everything seems to be floundering.

God calls us to reawaken and revive our Easter faith.


We have a hope:  by His Cross we have been healed and embraced, so that nothing and no one can separate us from His redeeming love.


In the midst of isolation, when we are suffering from a lack of tenderness and chances to meet, and we experience the loss of so many things, let us once again listen to the proclamation that saves us:  He is Risen and is living by our side.  Let us allow hope to be rekindled. 

Embrace hope and let it strengthen and sustain all measures and all possible avenues for helping us to protect ourselves and others.

Embracing the Lord in order to embrace hope:

That is the strength of faith, which frees us from all fear and gives us hope.




Dear brothers and sisters,


I entrust all of you to the Lord, through the intercession of Mary, Health of the People and Star of the Stormy Sea.

From this colonnade that embraces the whole world, may God’s blessing come down upon us as a consoling embrace.

Lord, may you bless the world, give health to our bodies and comfort our hearts.

You ask us not to be afraid, yet our faith is weak, and we are fearful.

But you, Lord, will not leave us at the mercy of the storm.

Tell us again:  “Do not be afraid.”  (Mt. 28.5)


(original text:  Italian)

Good afternoon,

We hope everyone is healthy and safe. As you know, applications for COF cross-registration will begin this Monday, April 6th starting at 8:30 a.m. Students should consult with their advisor regarding their cross-registration plans prior to submitting an application.

To view Summer and Fall 2020 Course Offerings and submit an application, log into the COF Cross-Registration site:

Attached to this email, you will find instructions and a video on how to cross-register. Please contact the Office of the Registrar at or (617) 735-9960 for questions.

Cross Registration Timeline and Process Information:

  • Application: April 6th starting 8:30 a.m.
    • Log into on the Emmanuel College logo and use your Emmanuel username and password to log in and click on the Emmanuel College logo
    • We strongly encourage you to apply at this time as applications will be processed on the 13th based on the date/time stamp of your application
    • Home school registrars will begin to review applications starting April 6th for their own students for approval.
      • Note: Emmanuel College Initial Home Approval will be for registration only. If you indicate that this course is intended for a major, minor, or general requirement, the Emmanuel College Office of the Registrar will review the course's applicability for the requirement after receiving confirmation at the other institution that you are registered.
    • Emmanuel Students can use the course search tool to get an idea of COF courses that have been previously approved: Transfer Course Eligibility Look Up
    • Please review course descriptions. If a course requires a lab, you will need to apply for the lab as a separate application. 
  • Registrars Begin Processing Applications/Registering Students: April 13th
    • Registrations may take 2-4 business days to process
    • You will receive auto-emails from the cross-registration email account giving you updates regarding your application and registrations status.
    • The Emmanuel Registrar’s Office will review any requests for requirement fulfillment (general requirement, major or minor requirement) after you have been registered at the host institution. We will send you an email confirming how the course may apply to your program.  If the course will not fulfill the requested requirement, we will alert you and ask whether you still want to be registered. If you no longer wish to be registered, we will facilitate the drop at the host institution on your behalf.
    • If you are registered for 20 credits at Emmanuel and then apply for registration through the COF, we will contact you about your plans for your schedule prior to adding the COF course to your Emmanuel schedule.

Instructions: COF Student Documentation_Xreg2019.pdf

Video Instructions: Cross Registration Application Tutorial - Copy.MP4

Visual Process Flow of Application and Steps: Fall 2020 COF Reg Process Flow.JPG

Catholic TV is holding online, broadcasted Holy Week liturgies.
Please visit the link below to access the videos during Holy Week and for further information.

Good afternoon,


As a reminder, Summer and Fall 2020 Web registration for the Spring 2020 semester opens on March 30th.  Your assigned Web Registration time and any holds that may restrict your ability to register, will appear on the home page of EC Online Services.  Registration dates are assigned based on your current, not future, class standing. View your class standing on your Progress screen on Student Planning.


The following credit totals determine your class standing:


Freshman            0-31 credits earned

Sophomore        32-63 credits earned

Junior                  64-95 credits earned (expected May 2021


Senior                  96 + credits earned


Registration via Student Planning

Registration will take place via Student Planning. Web registration will remain open through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 12th. Since many students add and drop during this time, we encourage you to check back periodically to see if a space has become available in closed courses.  Online registration will reopen for declared students on April 27th. Any changes to your Fall 2020 schedule between April 13th and April 27th will require an emailed request from your Emmanuel College email address. Undeclared students will be able to make changes to their schedule from April 13th up until the last day to add or drop a course with advisor approval.


Registration Resources:

Advisor Approval: All students are encouraged to work closely with advisors regarding any registration or schedule changes. Advisor approval is not required to register for upcoming courses via Student Planning.  New and undeclared students who seek changes to their schedule after the web registration period closes will need the approval of their academic advisor. Approvals may be emailed to   


Pass/Fail or Course Audit declarations or Course Withdrawals for all students require the written approval of your advisor. Please email your request and advisor approval to


Lecture and Lab Registration Reminder

As a reminder, students must register for a course that carries both a lecture and a lab, (for example, BIOL*1101 and BIOL*L1101), you must register for both the lab and lecture at the same time. The only way to do this is to plan both courses on your schedule and click the register now button on the top right of the screen.  You cannot register via the add/drop button on the left side of the schedule.


General Requirement (Domains of Knowledge) Search Feature: Student Planning allows you the ability to search for courses that fulfill your General Requirements either through your My Progress page or the Course Catalog tab. For instructions and screen shots, please see the attached document.


The Waitlist Option for Web Registration:

Placing yourself on a waitlist provides us with valuable information about the demand for specific courses.  In some cases, additional sections may be offered to meet the need. 


NOTE:  At this time, the college does not maintain the waitlists for individual classes.  You will not be automatically registered for the course if a space becomes available.  You should choose another course that will satisfy your requirement. 


COF Cross Registration


We will send additional process and application tutorials on how to apply for COF cross registration next week. At this time, not all COF course offerings are populating into the COF Course Search Directory. We will send an update when they are all available.


Summer and Fall 2020 COF Course Directory and the Online Application may be accessed her:  COF Cross Registration.


Application and Process Timeline:


  • April 6th: Online Applications for COF courses begin. COF Processing on April 13th is based upon first come first serve based on Application submission date. If you plan to cross register during the Spring 2020 semester, we encourage that you apply on April 6th starting at 8:30 a.m.


  • April 13th: Registrations will be processed on a first come first serve basis.


If you have any questions, please contact us at or (617) 735-9960 Monday-Friday 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.



The Office of the Registrar Staff

Student Planning Search + Register Instructions:

Student Planning Registration

Student Planning Searching and Planning Courses Instructions.pdf

Dear Members of the Emmanuel College Community,

Last Thursday, I wrote a special message to members the Class of 2020 on the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on their final semester at Emmanuel College. Since then, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has issued a stay-at-home advisory, and we have received updated information on the continued and projected spread of the virus. In view of these developments, we are formally postponing our May 16th Commencement Exercises on the Emmanuel College campus.

I believe it is vital to continue our tradition of honoring graduates as they begin the next exciting chapters of their lives. The Class of 2020, the first class to graduate in the College’s second century, deserves a celebration to mark the culmination of its Emmanuel experience. We will make every effort to hold a special and memorable event at a time informed by public health and safety recommendations.

A number of student services offices will be working with members of the senior class to develop creative ways to acknowledge the special date of May 16th. While an in-person event date cannot be confirmed at this time, those students completing degree requirements this spring will be considered Emmanuel College graduates as of May 16, 2020. This conferral date will be posted on all transcripts.

Once again, I want to express my admiration for the flexibility and grace you are exhibiting in these times. Now and in the weeks to come, may we remain both connected and united as we ask the blessings of Emmanuel, our God with us.

Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN

Dear Members of the Emmanuel College Community,


Emmanuel is much more than its buildings and Boston location. What makes this College great—what has always made us great—is our people and the relationships among us. Our community is connected less by proximity than by mission, values and genuine care for one another.


This truth has never been more evident than in the past week. As the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear, we saw numerous members of our community—faculty, administrators, and staff members in campus safety, residence life, dining services and other key areas—provide critical support to students and families. Meanwhile, students themselves demonstrated remarkable resilience and good will as their Spring Break brought unimaginable changes. Years from now, we will remember above all this spirit of creativity and selflessness.


In navigating these times, we are keeping utmost in mind the uncertainties confronting students and their families, particularly those with specific needs. While most students have moved out in recent days, the residence halls continue to accommodate students who must continue living on campus. Additionally, the College is providing pro-rated refunds of room and board fees. As always, students and their well-being remain at the center of all we do.


Today we formally resume our spring semester in an online/remote learning context. Thanks to the talents of our faculty and IT staff—and the College’s investments in leading-edge learning technologies in recent years—our students will continue to engage in Emmanuel’s liberal arts and sciences curriculum with richness and rigor.


Virtual Emmanuel is a reality. Our offices, many operating online, remain fully staffed and are actively responding to student needs and conducting the business of the College. What is more, we are looking to the future. In fact, we regard this fluid time as an opportunity to further propel innovation in the ways we teach, learn and collaborate—and to advance our ability to equip students for success in a fast-moving world.


Emmanuel is no stranger to external challenges. Neither the First World War nor the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 could deter the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur from opening the College in 1919. From their vision and perseverance flowed generations of graduates who have elevated causes, organizations and communities around the world.


Across distances, we remain both connected and united. May we all experience the grace and peace of our God with us, Emmanuel.


Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN


Dear Students,
In light of the decision to move instruction online for the spring semester, the Office of the Registrar would like to assure you that we will continue to provide the same services to the Emmanuel community in a virtual manner. Attached please find an communications for both A+S and GPP students with updates regarding how we will support you during this time, including the upcoming registration period.
Course Search and Registration Instructions:
COF Registration Flyer: Fall 2020 COF Registration Flyer.pdf

As Emmanuel works to prevent the spread of COVID-19 across our campus, the JYC staff will be taking the following precautions: 

  1. The JYC front desk will be staffed intermittently until Sunday, March 15th at 8pmAny emergencies should be directed to Campus Safety. 
  2. We will not staff the desk past Sunday, 3/15, and the desk staff will remain inactive. The doors to the building will open at 7:30am and close at 7:30pm.
  3. With the exception of meal service through Bon Appetit, all JYC faciltiies will be closed, including the JYC Fitness Center and Gymnasium.
  4. Kelli Connors will be working remotely beginning on Wednesday, March 18th and will be overseeing all JYC operations remotely during her normal business hours (8:30am-4:30pm). Please direct all questions and concerns to her directly at
  5. All events scheduled in the JYC from today until the end of the Spring 2020 semester are cancelled. If you would like to reschedule your program or tabling reservation, please reach out to and we will do our best to accommodate folks. 

Thank you and please stay healthy! 

Jean Yawkey Center Staff

To Members of the Emmanuel College Community,


Two days ago, I provided a major update on the College’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the centerpiece of which was a move to online-only classes through the end of March. Since then, both the magnitude of the outbreak and the urgency to act have increased.


As a result of fast-moving developments, the College has determined to extend online-only classes through the end of the spring semester.


While this move from face-to-face to remote instruction is unprecedented, I want to emphasize that the College remains operational, and that everything is in place for students to complete Spring 2020 courses and fulfill academic requirements. Our faculty is prepared to offer a high-quality and dynamic experience when online courses commence on Wednesday, March 18th.


This comprehensive list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) addresses a broad range of important and practical matters related to this change. We will continue to update FAQs as more information becomes available. For additional information, please visit our coronavirus information page. Resident students will receive a follow-up e-mail from the Office of Residence Life regarding next steps for a voluntary retrieval of belongings.


All College staff members are working diligently to ensure a successful transition to online instruction and to help community members resolve specific challenges. Please continue to send your questions to our Emergency Preparedness Committee at and review follow-up communications from various offices on campus.


We are committed to working with students and families to make this transition as smooth as possible. Together we will navigate this uncertain time, demonstrating the agility in the face of external change that has characterized the Emmanuel community for over 100 years.


Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN


The Emmanuel College Non-Profit Internship & Career Fair has shifted to an online format.  Emails will be sent out to the entire student body seeking internships and full-time careers in the Non-Profit sector. 

Join us online starting on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 12 pm - Thursday, March 26th to engage with students via resume submissions.   

Click here for more info and to sign up.

Dear Members of the Emmanuel College Community,


The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is shedding light on the interconnectedness of our world. What seemed a far-off concern three weeks ago is now the focus of significant attention here in the United States. Just late yesterday, Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency in Massachusetts and urged us all to make decisions to mitigate the risk of further outbreak. While the future trajectory of the virus remains uncertain, we do know that social distancing represents the most effective way of protecting personal and public health.


In view of the recommendations of leading health officials, and after a thorough consideration of all contingencies, the College has made the following decisions:


  • Spring Break for students will be extended through Tuesday, March 17th.
  • Students who have traveled home for Spring Break should stay there. Students who have traveled to other locations should go directly home, if possible.


  • From Wednesday, March 18th, through Friday, March 27th, classes will be delivered in an online-only format. At this time, we plan to recommence face-to-face classes on campus on Monday, March 30th.


  • All residence halls are closed through Saturday, March 28th. As of today, residence halls would reopen on Sunday, March 29th.


Considering the changing nature of this outbreak, the College’s administration will be monitoring daily the recommendations of city, state and national agencies, and may alter course should circumstances change. Please pay close attention to regular emails and website postings on our page dedicated to coronavirus information. A series of FAQs will be updated frequently.


Given the number of individuals who planned both international and domestic travel over Spring Break, this move to an online-only format allows for the recommended 14-day period of monitoring for symptoms of illness in an off-campus environment.


We recognize that some students may face difficulties in returning home due to extenuating circumstances, while others may need to collect critical items on campus. The Offices of Residence Life and Health Services, in a separate communication to all students, will provide more specific guidance on these issues and outline resources available to help students navigate any uncertainties they may experience in the days ahead. Students who need to remain on campus will also receive instruction remotely and must prepare for limited on-campus activities and interactions. 




  • During the next two weeks, the College will be preparing the campus for the return of students, putting into practice stringent cleaning protocols and making modifications to food service.


  • All non-essential on-campus events/gatherings in the next two weeks will be cancelled or moved online. Large events or any gatherings being hosted by external groups over the next several weeks, will be cancelled or postponed.


  • Administrative offices will continue to be open and staffed on-site for the time being. The Office of Human Resources will be communicating with staff members regarding guidelines for travel, remote work, reporting illness and more.


  • The Office of Academic Affairs has been working with members of the faculty to provide resources and support for online teaching and learning, and will be communicating with faculty members frequently in the coming days. Focused support for faculty will be available on campus on Monday and Tuesday, March 16th and 17th, to help facilitate the transition to online coursework.


For regular updates and additional information, please visit our coronavirus information page. Please continue to send your questions to our Emergency Preparedness Committee at and review follow-up communications from various offices on campus. Our staff is here and ready to assist you.


The College does not take the above actions lightly and recognizes the impact they will have on the daily lives of community members and their families. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. We believe that these precautions are vital at this time to ensuring the success of our students and the health and safety of all.


My sincere gratitude for your flexibility in the face of this complex challenge. In the days to come, may we embrace a spirit of creativity and commitment, and may we all experience the blessings of Emmanuel, our God with us.


Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN


Dear Members of the Emmanuel College Community,


At Emmanuel, our greatest commitment is to the safety and well-being of all members of our community. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to spread, we are fortunate that, in Massachusetts, the risk of contracting the virus remains very low, and we have had no identified cases of the illness on campus.


With the approach of Spring Break, however, it is important that all of us—in particular those planning to travel outside of the United States—remain aware of developments related to COVID-19 and take careful measures to safeguard personal and public health. Please take a few moments to read the guidelines and information below from our Emergency Preparedness Committee.


I wish all of our students and faculty a safe, enriching and joyful break.


Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN



Spring Break: Know Before You Go


  • It is important to note that there are no identified cases of COVID-19 within the Emmanuel College community, and the risk within Boston remains low. That said, this is a fluid situation that we are monitoring daily. We encourage all members of the community to remain vigilant and follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.


  • If you feel ill, contact your healthcare provider by phone for guidance. Symptoms including fever, coughing and shortness of breath should be reported. Students on campus during spring break should contact recommended urgent care providers or primary care physician.


  • Anyone traveling to a CDC Level-3 or Level-2 country may have difficulty returning to the U.S. and may be subject to a quarantine based on changing protocols on the national and international level. Members of the Emmanuel College community returning from these countries would be asked, at minimum, to remain off campus and self-quarantined for 14 days.


  • The College is developing plans for any students not able to self-quarantine off campus due to distance and other factors, as well as for business continuity protocols for faculty and staff who may need to work from home.


  • On a case-by-case basis, the College’s administration will work with any student who may be asked to self-quarantine to develop a plan to address the academic responsibilities occurring during the 14-day self-quarantine period.


  • In the future, the College may use the RAVE emergency alert system for communications related to COVID-19. Students, faculty and staff can log into RAVE here using Emmanuel credentials to update information, including parent and family contacts. Please note, you do not have to establish or change your password.


To the Emmanuel College Community:

Emmanuel’s senior administration has continued to monitor the recommendations coming out of the Centers for Disease Control and Preventionthe State Department, and the Boston Public Health Commission as it relates to the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. Based on the latest developments and risk assessment, the following are updates since the college-wide communication sent on February 27th.

  • We learned late last week that our study abroad partners planned to cease operations in Italy, which is at a CDC Warning Level-3, and we have been working to support 14 students as they prepare to return to the U.S. in the coming days. These students will be able to complete their studies remotely via the program provider, and we have instructed them to refrain from visiting the Emmanuel College campus for 14 days. Based on local and national agency recommendations, we are asking these students to self-quarantine/self-isolate at home to monitor for any symptoms during the 14-day time period. An FAQ has been developed for these students and is being updated daily.

  • Additionally, Emmanuel students are studying abroad in countries that have not been assigned a formal risk level. Our program providers are continuing to operate as planned in these countries at this time. Based on the CDC’s Guidance for Student Foreign Travel for Institutions of Higher Education, which encourages postponing or canceling study abroad programs, Emmanuel College is reaching out to these students and their families to offer assistance in returning to the U.S. should they choose to and in developing an academic plan for the remainder of the semester.


  • Upcoming college-sponsored short-term trips abroad in the spring, summer and fall have been cancelled. At this time, these include faculty-led trips to Greece, India, Australia, the Dominican Republic, France and Spain. This is also based on the above CDC recommendations.


  • On February 28th, Emmanuel sent travel surveys to all students, faculty and staff to gain an understanding of planned personal travel. Those planning trips outside of the U.S. which are not college-sponsored are strongly encouraged to take CDC recommendations into consideration. Any member of the community returning to the U.S. from a country identified as a risk may be subject to a 14-day self-quarantine away from the Emmanuel College campus.


  • While the current risk in Massachusetts is very low, we continue to encourage all members of the community to recognize symptoms of illness, which can include a high fever, cough and difficulty breathing. Anyone experiencing these symptoms should contact their healthcare provider. Practicing good hygiene, including thorough hand-washing, covering coughs and sneezes, and avoiding sharing food, cups or utensils, is critical to minimizing the spread of any illness.


  • Additional updates will be shared with the community over the course of the week, as all travel-based programs are discussed and recommendations of local and national agencies are considered. We advise all to read the CDC’s FAQ on COVID-19.


  • Communications both internally and externally are being handled centrally by a campus preparedness task force. Official information will be sent by email and posted on our website as this situation develops. Any media inquiries should be sent to Questions on this information should be directed to


To the Emmanuel College Community:

The College’s senior administration has been closely monitoring updates on the rapidly changing novel coronavirus outbreak worldwide. Cases of this respiratory disease, first identified in China, are being diagnosed in increasing numbers in other countries, mostly notably in South Korea, Italy and Japan. As students, faculty and staff are preparing for travel during the College’s upcoming spring break, we are tracking daily the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the State Department, and the Boston Public Health Commission. To that end, it is possible in the coming days that changes will need to be made to plans for college-sponsored travel programs, particularly ones with overseas itineraries. The College is also working closely with study abroad partners to monitor the safety of students currently studying internationally.

While the risk for residents of Boston is currently very low, with only one confirmed case of novel coronavirus in Massachusetts, the College encourages vigilance in terms of protecting your health, particularly for those who have traveled to an affected area recently. It is important for all members of the community to:

  • recognize the symptoms of illness, which can include a high fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
  • seek care and immediately notify the College if you have recently traveled within the affected region and are experiencing these symptoms
  • always practice good hygiene, wash hands, cover coughs and sneezes, and avoid sharing food, cups or utensils
  • get a flu shot, which is having a positive effect this year; while the flu shot does not protect from this particular virus, it is recommended that all members of the Emmanuel community be vaccinated

Any member of the Emmanuel community who has traveled from China or an international location where there is substantial, sustained transmission of coronavirus within the past 14 days and is experiencing symptoms such as those described above should immediately contact the Director of Health Services Lauren Davis at

The offices of Student Affairs and Human Resources will be reaching out to all students, faculty and staff to gather information on upcoming non-college sponsored travel plans. Following spring break, new protocols may be in place, depending on the latest developments and recommendations of national and local agencies.


  • 1098-T forms were mailed to the student's permanent mailing address in late January and are also available online. Students may download the 1098-T form by logging into EC Online Services.
  • To access your 1098-T, choose the ‘Tax Information' tab and opt to receive your 1098-T in an electronic format. Once you opt into receiving your form electronically you can download your 1098-T statement.
  • Please refer to your tax advisor with specific questions related to the 1098-T or tax filing requirements. For more information regarding tax documents, please visit


  • W-2 forms were mailed to the student's mailing address in ADP in late January and are also available online. Students may access their W-2 on their ADP account.
  • To access your W-2 online, log into ADP and click on Myself > Pay > Annual Statements.

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