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March 13, 2020
Emmanuel to Extend Online-Only Classes Through End of Spring Semester

As a result of fast-moving developments, Emmanuel College has determined to extend online-only classes through the end of the spring semester due to the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

More information, including the March 13th announcement from President Sister Janet Eisner, SNDden, as well as resources and FAQs about COVID-19 can be found by visiting www.emmanuel.edu/covid-19.html.  

Members of the greater Emmanuel community should access this page for the latest communications from the College’s senior administration as well as helpful resources and important recommendations from health agencies and various state and local agencies.  

Please note that all communications both internally and externally are being handled centrally by a Campus Preparedness task force. Official information will continue to be shared with the Emmanuel community by email in addition to updates posted to the dedicated webpage as this situation develops. Any media inquiries should be sent to pr@emmanuel.edu

Students and parents are reminded to send any questions to the Emergency Preparedness Committee at preparedness@emmanuel.edu or by calling 617-735-9715. Any faculty or staff who have questions should please contact the Office of Human Resources at 617-735-9991. 

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