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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


Transcript Requests: Students who require a final transcript with the degree posted should wait  

until Wednesday, January 4th to request their transcript. 

Diplomas: Diplomas will be mailed in mid-January. Students will also receive an email regarding  

a certified digital diploma and can confirm/change the address for their hard copy diploma as part of the process in claiming the digital diploma.  

Commencement: December graduates who have not yet participated in Commencement may attend in May 2023.  Ceremony information will be sent to the post-graduate email address after the new year. 

MAY 2023 GRADUATES- JANUARY DEGREE AUDIT: Students who are expected to graduate in May who are not registered for the required coursework for a May 2022 completion, will receive an additional degree audit letter in mid-January to allow for registration adjustments if necessary prior to the last day to add Spring 2023 courses (January 26, 2023). 

Here are a few helpful tips from the Academic Advisors:  

  • First Year “Get to Know You” Appointments: All first year students have been assigned to an Academic Advisor and should schedule an appointment by Wednesday, October 12. Students can schedule an appointment with their Academic Advisor (as well as ARC Resources, Study Abroad, and SFS Counselors) through the Welcome Center.  
  • Understanding the syllabus: Students can find a copy of the syllabus for each class through ECLearn. We recommend students write down important deadlines in their time management tool of choice, keep note of when each professor has “student office hours” so they know when students can stop by to ask a question/review an assignment if they need extra support, and that they are aware of the attendance policy for each class. 
  • Attendance Policy: While Emmanuel College does not offer “excused” absences, each course allows for a certain number of missed class times per semester before the final grade is impacted. If your student needs to miss class, it is always beneficial for them to communicate with the professor ahead of time then either attend a “student office hour” to review missed work or connect with a friend from class to see if they can share notes. Not feeling well? Wear a mask to class! Students can also contact Health Services at 617-264-7678. 
  • Major Declaration: Sophomore students can begin declaring their majors this semester! Students should come prepared to their Academic Advising appointment with all Major and General Education Requirements “planned” on their Student Planning Timeline. During the Major Declaration meeting, students will review the Four Year Plan together and make any necessary edits then submit the Major Declaration Form. In 1-2 weeks they’ll receive an email from Academic Affairs with their assigned Faculty Advisor and a Career Advisor. Undecided? Don’t worry! Students still have plenty of time to explore your options before the deadline on March 1. Students can schedule an appointment with their Academic Advisor to discuss major/career areas of interest. 


Mid-semester grades are collected for all students and are due to the Registrar’s Office from faculty by Friday, October 14th. Students may view their mid-semester grades on Student Planning under the Grades Tab. Mid-semester grades are an advising tool to gauge current performance and direct student to support services as needed. Mid-semester grades are not part of the student’s transcript. Authorized users who students who have provided them “Grade Proxy” access will be able to view mid-semester grades on their accounts. As a reminder, an authorized user for financial or grade proxy is not a FERPA release. 


Spring 2023 course offerings will be available for viewing on Student Planning beginning Monday, October 17th. At that time, students will also be able to view their assigned web registration time. Course registration will begin on October 31st. Web registration times are assigned by class year, determined by earned/completed credits, and do not factor in currently registered credits. 

              October 31          Seniors  (96+ earned credits) 

              November 1        Juniors (64+ earned credits) 

              November 2        Sophomores (32+ earned credits) 

              November 3        Freshmen (Less than 32 earned credits)        

Students can expect forthcoming information regarding registration on Friday, October 14th from the Office of the Registrar. For more important information on final exams and more, visit the Current Students page.  


The Fall 2022 final exam schedule has been posted to the College website. A final examination or an equivalent form of evaluation is required in each course and must be stipulated in the course syllabus. Final examinations must be administered on the officially designated examination days on the academic calendar. A student who has more than two final exams scheduled on the same day may reschedule the middle exam. The student must arrange for the change with the faculty member no later than the last day to withdraw from classes. No form is required for this arrangement. 


On August 24th, all students with May 2023 anticipated graduation and their faculty advisors received an official “audit” letter from the Office of the Registrar.  This communication outlined the coursework that students will need AFTER their current Fall 2022 courses are successfully completed, i.e., what courses students should register for in the Spring 2023 semester to graduate in May 2023. 

 Another audit letter will be sent in January 2023 prior to the Spring semester start to any anticipated May graduate who is not registered for requirements that will result in eligibility for May 202 graduation. A final audit letter will be sent to all May 2023 anticipated graduates in March 2023. May 2023 graduates may apply for graduation starting in January 2023. 

Students planning to study abroad on a provider or exchange program should meet with the Office of International Programs as soon as possible. The Emmanuel application deadline for Spring 2023 is October 17. Please note that provider deadlines may be earlier. The Jonkoping University exchange program application is October 1.  

Study Abroad Scholarships 

  • Emmanuel College Travel Award: Emmanuel College will be awarding a limited number of $1,000 travel awards to students studying abroad on Spring 2023 programs. Students applying to travel courses, provider programs, and exchange programs are eligible to apply for this award. Applications are due on October 3 and applicants will be notified of the decision by October 14.  Email for more information and to receive the application.  
  • Call to Travel Scholarship: Emmanuel College is partnering with ISA and TEAN Study Abroad to offer two diversity scholarships for students studying abroad with ISA or TEAN for Spring 2023. This scholarship is only for students applying to ISA or TEAN programs for Spring 2023. Applications are due on October 3 and applicants will be notified of the decision by October 14. Email for more information and to receive the application.  
  • Gilman Scholarship: Students who receive the Federal Pell Grant may be eligible for the Gilman Scholarship. This is a national scholarship which awards up to $5,000 for study abroad. The application is due October 6, 2022. Students planning to apply should start the process early and should have their essays reviewed. Please email with any questions or if you plan to apply.  There is no minimum program length for the Gilman Scholarship, so students applying to travel courses can apply for the Gilman. More information can be found at  

Upcoming Office of International Programs events can be found here: OIP Upcoming Events  

Schedule an appointment with International Programs and Financial Services 

  • Students can schedule a meeting with Jill Meleedy in the Office of International Programs through the Welcome Center. It’s never too early to start planning, so all students interested in study abroad during their time at Emmanuel are encouraged to meet with International Programs! Schedule an appointment here:   
  • Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 617-735-9938 or to learn more about payment options for traveling abroad and how your financial aid is affected when you study abroad. 

Campus Safety will be holding two R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defense) courses this fall semester. 

Session 1 dates: 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, and 10/12 6:00 PM-9:00 PM in the EAB Auditorium

Session 2 dates: 11/2, 11/9, and 11/16 6:00 PM-9:00 PM in the EAB Auditorium

The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) Program is taught by a certified Emmanuel College Campus Safety Officer and empowers female and female identifying students, faculty and staff to combat various types of assaults by providing realistic self-defense tactics and techniques.

This empowerment is taught through four basic principles: education, dependency on self, making one's own decisions and the realization of one's own power. The objective of R.A.D. is to develop and enhance self-defense options for women. The course begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing to the basics of hands-on defense training. The classes provide women with the knowledge to make educated decisions about resistance.

Please contact our R.A.D. Instructor, Campus Safety Officer Igor Khuzeykin with any questions.


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