* The parking hangtag is only valid for the employee to whom it is issued
The staff/faculty rates for the 2019-2020 academic year are as follows:
Full-time earning less than $70,000 annually
Full-time earning $70,000 or greater annually
$50 per semester
There is a $100 replacement fee for lost hangtags. No exceptions will be made. The parking hangtag is valid only for the employee to whom it is issued. It cannot be used by anyone other than the Emmanuel College employee. The hangtag is only valid for the days the employee is scheduled to be on campus. Overnight parking is prohibited. While parking your vehicle on campus, you must rely on your own insurance coverage for any damage or loss to your vehicle.
Parking for Graduate + Professional Programs Adjunct Faculty
Graduate and Professional Programs student parking rates are $50 per term and valid only for the times stated on the pass.
Once your application has been received, your request will be processed and the fee will be deducted from your paycheck.
Your parking hangtag will be available for you to pick up in Campus Safety, ADM 139. If you are a faculty member, your hangtag may be mailed to you by request. Please contact HR if you need to make other arrangements.
Propelled by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, students and faculty in the Mathematics Department are studying the rate of evolution in spatially structured populations using evolutionary graph theory, which may inform the estimation of important events in our evolutionary past, such as when humans split from our closest primate relatives.
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When choosing a college, Eileen knew two things for sure—that she would be able to get to know her professors and peers and that she wanted to be in an area in which she would have myriad opportunities in the research and medicine.
Growing up in a suburban town outside of Boston, going to college in the city had always been a goal for Jake. After touring Emmanuel's campus he felt it had the perfect mixture of “small campus feel and big city appeal.”
Kai has always had the inclination to try to make any situation better. When he was searching for colleges, Emmanuel's social justice mission resounded deeply with his ideals of supporting those who need the help.
Robert’s interest in the workings of the wider world grew in 2011 as the Arab Spring became international news. “I love history,” he said, “so knowing the history of the states as well as their current affairs made their actions and interactions much more interesting to me.”
What began as an on-campus job in Emmanuel's student center transformed into a new career path for Jessie, one that brought her to Harvard University as a master's candidate in higher education administration.
Chemistry graduate Jennifer Scarborough '17 has found a way to combine her love for science and education. She shares her enthusiasm for the subjects as an education associate in the Hall of Human Life exhibit at Museum of Science Boston—one of the top science museums in the country (according to National Geographic).