Payment Options

Tuition bills are made available in the Billing and Payment Center section of EC Online Services, and must be paid prior to the first day of the term. 

Online Payments 

Online payments may be made via the student Billing and Payment Center on EC Online Services. 

Personal Checks

 Checks may be made payable to Emmanuel College and may be mailed to:

  • Emmanuel College 
  • Office of Student Financial Services
  • 400 The Fenway
  • Boston, MA 02115

Please be sure to include your name and Emmanuel student ID number on the check.

ACH and Wire Transfers

Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services for information and instructions regarding electronic transfers.

Any financial aid or scholarships you are eligible for will appear as a credit toward your bill once you have completed all requirements to finalize the aid. More information on the financial aid process may be found on the Financial Aid & Scholarships page.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

If you are enrolled in a tuition reimbursement program with your employer, you may be eligible to enroll in Emmanuel College's Deferment Payment Plan. Please contact Renee Parris at or 617-735-9867 for additional information.

Employer Direct Billing

Emmanuel College partners with Brigham and Women's Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, to allow qualifying employees to receive tuition remission. With employer direct billing, Emmanuel bills the employer directly for the student's approved courses. If you are an employee of one of these hospitals, please contact your HR department for further instruction.

If your employer is interested in partnering with Emmanuel College in this manner, please encourage your HR rep to contact the Emmanuel GPP Admissions Office. The GPP Admissions Office can be reached at or 617-735-9700.


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