February 6, 2020
Emmanuel Wins CASE District I Circle of Excellence Awards

In late January, Emmanuel College was honored with four awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) District I 2020 Excellence Awards program, which honors outstanding work in advancement services, alumni relations, communications, fundraising and marketing at colleges, universities, independent schools and affiliated nonprofits in the North Atlantic region.

Emmanuel won silver for its Centennial website in the category of "Creative Excellence: Impactful Websites." The site also earned an honorable mention as a CASE Platinum Award for "Best Practices in Digital Communication." The CASE Platinum Awards recognize the "best-of-the-best programs and practices in educational advancement globally." The Centennial website also earned a Gold recognition as part of CASE's national 2019 Circle of Excellence Awards. Members of the College's staff will present at the upcoming CASE District I Conference on the success of Centennial initiatives in 2019.

In addition to the Centennial site, Emmanuel also earned two awards in the category of "Admissions Excellence." The College's admission's yield piece suite won silver for "Admissions Packages" and its viewbook earned bronze amongst "Admissions Viewbooks." Written, designed and produced by the Office of Marketing Communications, this suite of Admissions materials focuses on unique Emmanuel stories, student outcomes and highlights the Be In Boston, Be In Demand and Be Inspired messaging platform.  

For a complete list of 2020 CASE District I Excellence Awards Winners, click here.

Emmanuel's admissions yield suite won silver for "Admissions Packages"

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