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Table of Contents A personal college creates a curriculum designed to build both character and career. Soaring on the vision of a Catholic liberal arts and sciences education, a personal college champions new programs in biostatistics, crime and justice, neuroscience, sociology, sport management and more. Emmanuel College is a personal college. We expect you to bring your all to campus. In return, we offer powerful advantages. Here you will have opportunities to research and publish as an undergraduate. Here you will find internships in amazing companies. From here, you will graduate prepared for medical schools, doctoral programs and a world where your job is a meaningful expression of who you are. A personal college is a place where dreamers find critical thinking skills. Ambition finds rigor. Heart finds service. And faith finds a global perspective. We are that college, a force for action that packs a powerful punch


Academics Here every class is taught by a professor, not a teaching assistant, creating a deep, personal student/faculty relationship that begins day one. This is an engaged, energetic faculty with global connections in their fields. The classes are small; the horizon is huge. With more than 30 areas of study to explore, at Emmanuel College you will flex muscles of both the mind and the heart as you develop the ability to acquire and evaluate knowledge, and the imagination to shape new ways of perceiving, thinking and creating. This is the basis of a Catholic liberal arts and sciences education. To develop your intellectual potential, your sense of self and your commitment to serve others in the community. To become a critical thinker, an ethical decision maker and a contributing member of the world around you.

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Majors, Minors and Areas of Study Accounting American Politics and Government American Studies Art History Art Therapy Biochemistry Biology Biostatistics Catholic Studies Chemistry Communication, Media and Cultural Studies Counseling and Health Crime and Justice Developmental Psychology Economics Education — Elementary and Secondary English Forensic Science Gender and Women’s Studies Global Studies and International Affairs Graphic Design and Technology Health Care Health Sciences History Human Services Information Technology International Relations and Comparative Politics

Latin American Studies Literature Management Mathematics Music Neuroscience Organizational Leadership Performing Arts Philosophy Photography Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Inequality and Social Justice Sociology Spanish Sport Management Studio Art Writing and Literature

Our Pre-Med advisory committee works with students considering a career in health, from medical, dental or veterinary schools to physical therapy and nurse practitioner programs. Are you interested in law school or legal studies? The Pre-Law advisory committee will help you plan your academic program and guide you through the law school process.

Other Academic Opportunities Individualized Majors Pre-Professional Preparation Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary Pre-Dental Pre-Law

For program details, visit www.emmanuel.edu and click Academics.

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At Emmanuel, Boston is your extended classroom We live in a vibrant international, culturally rich, sports-crazy and intellectually engaged city, and we take advantage of it at every turn. This is your introduction to the world. Ideas grow, passions are sparked and connections are made when you begin to think globally and creatively. Emmanuel College was founded on these ideas. And on the mission to open doors through education and to lead, to act and to make a difference in this world. For art class, you won’t just look at slides of Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, you’ll stand before the painting itself in the Museum of Fine Arts. In chemistry, you won’t just read about pH levels, runoff and ecosystems, you’ll analyze them in the collection of brooks, ponds and culverts known as Boston’s Muddy River.

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Service Learning Courses Service-oriented courses are designed to connect your values and interests to action and impact. In these hands-on electives, you’ll work for more than a grade, you’ll work to make positive change in the world. Our service learning courses in art or culture, science or medicine, history or business give local organizations meaningful support, and you significant experience that extends your classroom out into the community. Any college can impart lessons about life. A personal college delivers powerful lessons on the life well and fully lived.

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Honor Societies

Honors Program

Alpha Kappa Delta, Sociology Honor Society

Every year, there are new students who demonstrate

Beta Beta Beta, Biology Honor Society

superior academic ability and promise.

Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society Phi Alpha Theta, National Honor Society in History

If that’s you, you’ll be invited to participate in a four-year

Phi Beta Delta, International Scholars Honor Society

academic and co-curricular program to sharpen your

Pi Lambda Theta, Education Honor Society

critical thinking, enhance your communications skills

Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor Society

and open doors to fascinating research opportunities in

Psi Chi, Psychology Honor Society

a wide range of disciplines.

Sigma Beta Delta, Management Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta, English Honor Society

This program connects rigorous, discussion-based

Sigma Xi, National Scientific Research Honor Society

study with complementary theater, lectures, arts, music and museums available in Boston, faculty-directed research projects and community service. You’ll start out in your first year with a one-semester forum called Honors Colloquium, an active and open dialogue with equally engaged peers and faculty members from across all disciplines in small, interactive class discussions. Our Honors Program enriches your academic experience with a focus on themes of leadership, ethics, social justice and teamwork.

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Opportunities in Science The sciences have been an integral part of an Emmanuel College education since its early years. This is a tradition we continue to expand upon today. Our neighbors are some of the most prestigious medical, academic and research institutions in the world. This location offers you unmatched opportunities in highly competitive fields of science, technology and health care. The Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center Welcome to academics in action. The Wilkens Science Center is a world-class science center where a new generation of students like you can achieve scientific literacy and prepare for high-growth fields and graduate study. This is a commitment to your future that reflects and enlarges our mission, with state-of-the-art space that enhances interactive teaching and learning. And beyond science excellence, this building is also a commitment to our shared future of green sustainability, from its LEED-certified construction to its energy-efficient operating systems and design elements.

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Science Living-Learning Community This exciting science-specific, integrated learning environment for first-year students is designed to intensify and expand your educational experience beyond the classroom. You’ll live in the same residence hall with other students who are equally driven by their love of science. And you’ll learn together, supported by computers loaded with science software in the lounges, organized tutoring and study sessions, special faculty presentations and conversations, peer mentoring and more. Merck Research Laboratories — Boston Emmanuel is the only college in the country with a private pharmaceutical research facility right on campus. This is a partnership that gives you access and opportunity to a world few undergraduates ever get to see. Merck Internships offer exciting opportunities in the fields of cancer treatment, Alzheimer’s disease and obesity. The Merck Scholars Program offers special Emmanuel scholarships based on outstanding academic performance in the sciences. And the Emmanuel/Merck Joint Science Seminar Series brings together leaders in the scientific community, Merck scientists and Emmanuel faculty and students.

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We’re here to help you excel Our goal is to position you for success at the college level and beyond, for a lifetime of learning and participating in a diverse and global society. Your Academic Advisor will help you transition from high school to college life. You’ll meet regularly to develop short- and long-term academic plans, select and schedule courses, review your academic progress and tap into additional resources. In the Academic Resource Center (ARC) you’ll find the programs, peers and professionals to help you hone your learning skills, improve your writing abilities and turn peer tutoring into a powerful resource. The Office of Internships and Career Development has a variety of resources to help you in all phases of your career development, from initial assessments to skill-building workshops and postings for both internships and, eventually, jobs. Should further education be in your future, Graduate School Preparation will help ready you for the GRE, GMAT, MCAT and LSAT exams, with everything from applications and timelines to study guides and test prep. The Cardinal Cushing Library holds over 140,000 print and electronic titles, as well as CDs, DVDs, videos, reference materials, journal subscriptions, databases and special collections. The library also houses the Academic Computer Center and the Language Laboratory.

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The Emmanuel Learning Experience We are a community with a lifelong passion for teaching and learning, rooted in the commitment to rigorous intellectual inquiry and the pursuit of truth. Our goal is to instill in you the knowledge, skills and habits of a mind developed through the study of the liberal arts and sciences. We believe that the concepts and the vocabulary, as well as the creative and critical thinking, of the liberal arts and sciences are basic to your intellectual, aesthetic and moral development. In short, a full and meaningful life. At Emmanuel, courses taught by teams of professors bring more than one perspective to the same subject matter. The sciences team with philosophy, for example, for a spirited discussion on the moral and ethical implications of an exciting, cutting-edge breakthrough. It’s all part of our founding mission to transform lives and make a better world with a strong values-based education, integrating an exploration of human values and ethical issues with empirical facts and a traditional body of knowledge.

“There is a sense of newness here, a revitalization of our mission, and an openness to growth.”

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Sister Mary Johnson, SND


Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur In 1919, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, who believe that education is the greatest work on earth, opened Emmanuel College to provide an education to those who might otherwise not have the opportunity to achieve one. Their mission was clear: making known God’s goodness ‌ educating for life. The rigorous intellect, the vibrant faith and the joyful spirit of this powerful mission are embodied in Sister Janet Eisner, SND, who first came to Emmanuel as a student. She returned as a professor, served as the Chair of the English Department and the Director of Admissions, and now serves as President. Sister Janet loves the students of Emmanuel College. But make no mistake, her expectations are high. This is an education that will make a difference in your life. In return, it is expected that you will make a difference in the lives of others.

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Colleges of the Fenway Six colleges are better than one. Especially when your five neighbors have the campuses and special areas of study of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services, Simmons College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Wheelock College. Together, we share library privileges, cross-register for each other’s courses, play in our joint orchestra, compete in intramural sports and more. This is city life at its best, hanging out with the neighbors.

Carolyn A. Lynch Institute In this institute our personal commitment to provide urban elementary and secondary school children with a top-quality education in mathematics, science and technology is met with a powerful combination of resources and training for you, their future teacher. In this innovative teaching laboratory, generously funded by the Lynch Foundation, we help you become fluent in “smart classroom” technologies, empower your dedication with special skills that will help you transform the lives of kids who sorely need your help, and award scholarships.

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Research, Publishing & Presentations In most colleges, working on major research projects shoulder-to-shoulder with faculty is for graduate students, who fight to be noticed in the sea of students eager for the privilege of stepping into world-class research labs. In most colleges, undergrads never see their work in print. But Emmanuel is not most colleges. This is a personal college committed to delivering a powerful punch. Here, professors are always on the lookout for outstanding poems that can be published in anthologies, and papers that can be delivered at national conferences in science, psychology or political science. Faculty members have reputations and connections all over the world, but they choose to teach at Emmanuel because they are driven to be part of your transformation. Just ask any of these students.

“We want students to leave saying, ‘That was awesome. What’s next? I’m ready.’” Josef Kurtz, Associate Professor of Biology

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Marie Agosto, Class of 2010 Paper: “The Role of Gender in Democratic Consolidation: the Cases of Zimbabwe and Chile” Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago Written for Associate Professor of Political Science Petros Vamvakas’ “Street Democracy” course

Vy Nguyen, Class of 2011 Award: American Chemical Society Northeast Section Travel Award to attend the American Chemical Society National Meeting in March 2010 Presented Effects of the Tryptophan Residues Modifications on the Structure and Activity of Copper-Containing Enzyme Lysyl Oxidase Based on research conducted with Associate Professor of Chemistry Faina Ryvkin

Manuel Silveira, Class of 2010 Poster: Living Situations of First-Year College Students: Crowding, Roommate Relationships and Academic Achievement Accepted for the Association for Psychological Science (APS) conference Written for Associate Professor of Psychology Kimberly Eretzian Smirles

Tim Urban, Class of 2011 Memoir: “The Sweet Life” Accepted for print anthology titled View from the Bedside: Patients, Nurses, Therapists and Doctors Trade Stories Written for English course “Prose Writing” taught by Associate Professor Mary Elizabeth Pope

Laura Jocelyn Veligor, Class of 2013 Poem accepted for presentation at Greater Boston Intercollegiate Undergraduate Poetry Festival and for publication in chapbook of Boston’s up-and-coming poets Written for English Instructor Daryl Morazzini

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Internships & Career Development Intellectual rigor meets practical reality and theory meets practice in valuable internships across all disciplines. Your internship will be a pivotal component of your educational experience and an essential opportunity in your journey toward both a professional career and graduate school. Here in Boston, Emmanuel College has partnerships across a broad spectrum of arenas, from marketing to financial services, from politics to communications, from law enforcement to health care. From Fortune 500 to non-profit, an internship will give you an on-the-spot view of how the world works. A world you are eager to join. A world you may change someday. A world that welcomes Emmanuel students like you.

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Daniel D’Amato, Class of 2010 

Major: Management Internship: PUMA “I learned from this laid-back but professional office environment what no classroom could ever teach me. Although course work definitely prepared me for the real world, my internship helped my mindset transition from that of a student to a full-time professional. I gained confidence and produced quality work working for the shoes I’ve worn all my life!”

Kana Ito, Class of 2010 

International Student from Japan Major: Art History Internship: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston “I helped build the MFA’s online learning tool, which transforms exhibitions into online galleries that teachers and students can access at any time. For each gallery I developed learning goals, background readings, classroom activities and online resources. I discovered how digital media can create a fun, modern way to learn and teach through art.”

Kara O’Shea, Class of 2010 

Major: English/Communications Internship: Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel “At the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel I worked with the regional director of public relations. I wrote press releases for events such as Boston’s Winter Restaurant Week and worked with social media tools promoting the multiple Fairmont hotels. My goal was to learn about PR within the hospitality industry. I definitely achieved it.”

Christine Haggerty, Class of 2010 

Major: Global Studies Internship: O’Neill and Associates “My time at O’Neill and Associates offered me insight into the bigger picture of working in government and public relations and helped me determine a potential career. It was fascinating getting to work with some of the most well-known companies in Boston. I am excited to see where I can go from here.”

Examples of Recent Internships • American Red Cross • Amnesty International • Arnold Worldwide Advertising • Aramark-Fenway Park • Big Brothers Big Sisters • Boston Bruins • Boston Police Crime Lab • Children’s Hospital Boston • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute • Fairmont Copley Plaza PR Office • Harvard Medical School • Hill Holliday • The Improper Bostonian Magazine • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum • KISS 108 FM Radio • Kraft Sports Marketing • Make-A-Wish Foundation • MA Attorney General’s Office • MA General Hospital • MA Multicultural Council • MA Prevention of Cruelty to Children • MA State House • Middle Eastern Studies Institute • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston • Museum of Science • NASA • New England Aquarium • NESN • New England Cable News • New England Genealogic Society • O’Neill and Associates • Paul Revere House • PUMA • Robert Goodman, P.C. • United Nations of Greater Boston • WCVB-TV 5, Boston’s ABC Affiliate • WGBH Antiques Roadshow

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Study Abroad Foreign study lets you pursue a language, a major, a dream. We offer over 100 study abroad programs all over the world, from Barcelona to Beijing, from a week at spring break to a summer, a semester or a year. They will expand your mind, invigorate your spirit and offer a global context and perspective that will stay with you for life. Tomorrow they may open the door to a job, and then help you do that job better than you would have without the perspective of a global context. GEO is our Global Education Opportunities Center. That’s where you start. There you can find the country and program that’s right for you. Emmanuel students before you have studied management in China, education in Australia, art in Italy, political and economic development in South America and much more. What will you do?

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Campus Life Welcome to a place to call your own in Boston. 400 The Fenway is your new Boston address for the next four years. Your new home base has a big green backyard in the middle of Boston’s medical and business worlds. If the entire city of Boston is your extended classroom, the Jean Yawkey Center is your extended living room. A place to gather and relax. Your student center, your dining hall, the heart of your new home. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the seasons as they change. From your seat in an easy chair, your worlds of residential, student, academic and spiritual life are all in view. And steps away is a state-of-the-art gym and fitness center. Your community is more than an historic chapel, contemporary classrooms, labs and beyond them, playing fields. Your community is full of the right resources for personal success and expression.

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First-Year Experience Right from the beginning we help you build a strong academic foundation and solid personal support for a successful college career. Our programs are designed to give you the freedom to explore your passions, the room to try new things and the skills to succeed. Our people are eager to help you spread your wings and soar. Every first-year student takes a First-Year Seminar in the fall or spring. These small working groups will introduce you to the academic building blocks of a traditional liberal arts and sciences education. You will hone your ability to read mindfully, to analyze information, to construct arguments and to communicate effectively. Your Academic Advisor will help you settle in academically and chart your course moving forward. You will also find a professional Residence Director living in every hall, a student Residence Assistant on every floor and a Commuter Assistant always available. They are dedicated to supporting you both personally and academically. Your first weeks on campus will be rich with opportunities to connect with student leaders, embrace service opportunities, join clubs and organizations, partner with mentors and explore possible majors. From your first morning on campus to your last evening before graduation, you will be part of a vital, exciting community that will sharpen your mind, unleash your potential, free your spirit and expand your horizons.

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From here you can go anywhere in life 1. Administration Building 2. Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center 3. Cardinal Cushing Library 4. Merck Research Laboratories — Boston 5. Jean Yawkey Center 6. Loretto Hall — Residence Hall 7. Saint Ann Hall — Residence Hall 8. Julie Hall — Residence Hall 9. Saint Joseph Hall — Residence Hall 10. Roberto Clemente Field (home athletic field) 11. Emerald Necklace (Boston’s famous park system) 12. Fenway Park 13. Mass Ave. Bridge to Cambridge

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• The new glass atrium of the MFA • Game day at Fenway

16. Boston Common and the Public Gardens

• Free concerts on the Esplanade

17. John Hancock Tower

• Ice skating in the Boston Common

18. Symphony Hall 19. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

• Window shopping on Charles Street • The street musicians in Harvard Square • Any restaurant in the North End • Newbury Street in the late afternoon sun • Faneuil Hall Marketplace at night • The IMAX at the Museum of Science

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“A Catholic college is a place where the dialogue between faith and reason is taken seriously. Here students engage in discussions of the ethical issues of our time.� Sister Janet Eisner, SND, President

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Mission & Spirituality In an active campus community committed to social justice, you make a difference, when and where you want. We believe a personal and loving God calls each of us to engage in the contemporary world around us. This is a community of possibilities, a force for action. Campus Ministry Welcome to the soul of our mission, a community that lives and celebrates the messages of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, a belief in the goodness of God and the goodness of God’s people, no matter what faith they follow. Through focused ministries, educational programs, volunteer service, prayer and Liturgies, Campus Ministry provides opportunities for you to deepen your spirituality, to act justly and to live faithfully. The Center for Mission & Spirituality This is not a building, this is a cause that lives within the hearts of the entire Emmanuel community. The Center seeks to translate into action the strong missions, beliefs and legacy of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.

Spiritual Formation Programs Weekend Retreats The Busy Person’s Retreat Spiritual Meditation Praise Nights Preparation for Receiving the Sacraments Faith Alive Thanksgiving Interfaith Service Sunday Evening Mass Liturgical Ministries Lectors Eucharistic Ministers Choir Conversations with Campus Ministry Relationships The Catholic Church Today Ethical Decision Making Just War

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Community Service We always remember that we learn and teach, research and explore, work and play in the context of a greater society. A society of people who need what we can give. We challenge ourselves to act. To lead. To give generously to others. We work for justice. We keep the connection between faith and action alive in many ways: Alternative Spring Break America Reads English as a Second Language Program Jumpstart Peace and Justice Club Peace Games SAGE Mentor Program Spark the Truth Sunday Service Group Tutoring in After-School Programs

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Jean Yawkey Center for Community Leadership We not only believe in community leadership, we make it work. We develop service opportunities and leadership skills for our students, while building bridges between this community and the young people of the city of Boston through after-school and summer programs. Funded in part by a major grant from the Yawkey Foundation, this Center is alive with progress, with programs, cultural competency seminars, new service learning courses and scholarships to keep students involved in the greater community.

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Athletics Go Saints! At Emmanuel, sports are for everyone. Even as we recruit top DIII student-athletes, we welcome and develop everybody who comes our way. Both on and off the playing field. We shape individual growth with strong athletic competition and high academic standards. Here you will grow on a diet of physical, mental and social readiness. You will find leadership opportunities and support as you strive to become the individual you want to be. The coaches and staff of the athletic department believe in the value of physical activity for the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health of all.

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NCAA Division III We’re proud to be an NCAA Division III school Women’s Teams Basketball

Cross Country

Indoor Track and Field

Lacrosse

Outdoor Track and Field

Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

Men’s Teams Basketball

Cross Country

Golf

Indoor Track and Field

Lacrosse

Outdoor Track and Field

Soccer Volleyball

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Club Sports Just want to play? Come out for club sports. The facilities are great. The games are fun. •Baseball • Bowling • Lacrosse • Coed Cheerleading Squad

New This Year The fastest sport on two feet has a new home at Emmanuel. Now we have lacrosse for both men and women.

•Quidditch •Women’s Dance Team •Ski and Snowboarding Club Colleges of the Fenway Intramural Sports 5-on-5 basketball, billiards, Bracket Busters Challenge, indoor soccer, floor hockey and softball. And, depending on field space, field hockey, lacrosse and Ultimate Frisbee. And all students have access to the Colleges of the Fenway facilities for swimming, fitness and more. Athletic Facilities Our facilities are top tier. From our NCAA-regulation court in the Yawkey Center Gym, with bleacher seating for up to 1,400 fans, to our fully equipped fitness center with views of the quad, we’re here for your health. Our athletic training room includes a hydrotherapy area. And Roberto Clemente Field, featuring NCAA-regulation synthetic turf and a three-lane rubberized track, hosts softball, soccer, lacrosse and practice areas for track and field. Track and field teams also practice at the indoor Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center on Tremont Street.

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It’s hard to imagine there isn’t something in this list that doesn’t look interesting to you, but it’s possible! No problem, it’s easy to start a club around what interests you. This is an active, engaged campus. It’s our diversity of interests that brings us together as a vibrant, dynamic community.

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Clubs & Activities for All Academic Clubs

Leadership Clubs

36 Hours, Pre-Med Club

Admissions Ambassadors

Art Club

Class Officers

Biology Club

Commuter Council

Chemistry Club

Cultural Competence Training

Education Club

L.E.A.D.E.R.S. Organization

Emmanuel Business Association

Orientation Leaders

Emmanuel College Political Forum

Residence Assistants

Model U.N.

SAGE Program

Philosophy Club

Cultural Organizations

Psychology Club

ACCENT (Association of Countries, Cultures,

Sociology Club

Events, Nations and Traditions)

Media Clubs

ASA (Asian Student Association)

Bang! Literary Magazine

BSU (Black Student Union)

Epilogue Yearbook

CVSA (Cape Verdean Student Association)

Le Renard Student Newspaper

H.U.E.L.L.A.S. (Hispanic/Latino

Filmmakers of Emmanuel College

Student Association)

Emmanuel College Radio

“There were a lot of drummers in my freshman class. 30 signatures later we had a club., Ill Beatz.� Sam Hopperstad, Class of 2011 More Clubs & Activities

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School Spirit Clubs

Spiritual Groups

Campus Mascot

Chapel Choir

Coed Cheerleading Squad

Eucharistic Ministers

EC Superfans

Lectors and Greeters

Special Interest and Political Clubs

Retreat Leaders

Democrats of Emmanuel College

Student Government & Program Boards

Emmanuel College Animal Rights Club

CASE (Campus Activities & Student Events)

Emmanuel College Community Outreach

Residence Hall Council

Emmanuel College Republicans

SGA (Student Government Association)

Feminist Coalition

SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee)

Rainbow Connection Social Awareness Club Students for Environmental Action Performing Arts Clubs Ill Beatz EC Theatre Guild Legacy of Praise

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Do you have an interest you don’t see here? Bring it with you. It’s easy to start a new club. It happens every year.


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Your Network of Alumni They came to Emmanuel as you will, eager for the knowledge of the past and the skills for the future, and perhaps a little nervous. They left four years later curious, confident and prepared for a lifetime of personal fulfillment and professional achievement, treating patients in hospitals and handling investments in financial firms. Teaching kids in schools all across the country, keeping you on the edge of your seat in TV dramas and looking for cures in research labs. The alumni of Emmanuel are not just those who came before you, they are a lifelong network of contacts and friends from coast to coast and continent to continent.

Right now you’ll find recent alumni pursuing exciting careers here: Allied Advertising • Arnold Worldwide • Bank of America • Bentley Publishing • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center • Boathouse Group • Brigham and Women’s Hospital • Cambridge Savings Bank • Cell Signaling Technologies • Children’s Hospital Boston • Cisco Systems • Citigroup Citi Hedge Funds • Ernst & Young • Genzyme • Harvard School of Public Health • Mellon Financial • New England Journal of Medicine • Old Sturbridge Village • Paul Revere House • Perkins School for the Blind • Soundtrack Studios • State House of Massachusetts • USS Constitution Museum

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They’re not looking for you to catch up with them, they want to see you go beyond them.

“When I interned with Genzyme I was eager to demonstrate my abilities to the world. I guess I did. Now I’m a Finance and Sales Operations Analyst there.”

David Jalkut, Class of 2009


Eleanor Mulvaney Seamans, Class of 1971 Chief Operating Officer, Seamans Capital Management Established Mulvaney Leadership Institute at Emmanuel College “My Emmanuel experience taught me to make sense of complexity, take personal responsibility for continuous learning and focus on social responsibility. Today the College continues this rich tradition of helping each student to bridge the gap between academic exploration and career success.”

Anne McGrail, Class of 1987 Writer and Producer CSI: NY, CSI: Miami and Boomtown “When I first came to Emmanuel I felt as if I knew little about the outside world. When I left the College, however, I had a much stronger sense of the world around me and had the courage to go after what I wanted. Now I’m a writer and producer on TV.”

Serghino René, Class of 2005 

Program Assistant Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts University “At the Institute we prepare new generations of critical thinkers for effective and ethical leadership; good global citizens ready to address international and national issues across cultures. Emmanuel prepared me well for this mission.”

Sam LoCascio, Class of 2009 Research Associate/Clinical Trials Laboratory Coordinator Columbia University Center of Immunology “It was research opportunities such as my internship with Merck Research Laboratories —Boston that got me where I am today. The experience offered valuable insight into the industry, and I was excited to be challenged by such an environment while representing the College.”

Krystle North, Class of 2009 Research Data Coordinator Patient Safety and Quality, Children’s Hospital Boston “The opportunity to be fully immersed in your field of interest is so important as a student, especially when you’re not sure what you want to do after graduation. This turned out to be a great fit for me. I’m sure my internship experience was a huge factor in their decision to hire me.”

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Your Network of Alumni  What is the value of a Catholic liberal arts and sciences education? The freedom to explore your mind and your heart and learn what you really want to do with your life. For many Emmanuel students, that means graduate school. Abigail Clark, Class of 2010 

M.S. Candidate, Zoology, University of New Hampshire “Emmanuel undoubtedly prepared me for the next stage in my life, which is pursuing graduate studies. While studying at Emmanuel, my personal goal was to intern at the New England Aquarium. I’m grateful to have achieved it. My experience definitely encouraged me to seek more answers surrounding marine life.”

Chris Borges, Class of 2010 

Ph.D. Candidate, Immunology, Harvard Medical School “I had opportunities at Emmanuel that few undergraduates could imagine. I was a part of the Neuro-Immunology Research Project all four years, and as a junior, I was chosen from a pool of mostly post-doctoral students and hospital residents to present research at the American Transplant Congress. Harvard Medical School will train me, but Emmanuel is where I realized I wanted to dedicate the rest of my life to immunology and bone marrow transplantation research.”

Kristen Breslin, Class of 2010 

M.B.A./M.S. Candidate, Accounting, Northeastern University “Emmanuel helped me to discover a career path. From my internship with the accounting firm of Robert Goodman, P.C., I learned how an accounting firm works from people who were willing to help me grow. And I learned that when I graduate a small-sized office is the ideal environment for me, as it allows for more opportunity to learn and take on responsibility.”

Ryan Rivard, Class of 2009 M.S. Candidate, Mental Health Counseling, Boston College “My experiences at Emmanuel empowered me with knowledge I use every day as I continue my studies at Boston College. In the Alternative Spring Break program, I traveled to places where people needed help. I visited New Jersey, Arizona and also traveled to Ecuador. Whether I was sorting out truckloads, working in health clinics or serving meals in homeless shelters, it was great to know my efforts made an impact on people.”

Right now you’ll find recent alumni pursuing higher education here:

• Boston College • Boston University • Brandeis University • Carnegie Mellon University • Columbia University • Duke University • Edinburgh University • Fordham University • Georgetown University • Harvard Medical School • Harvard University • London School of Economics • New York University • Northeastern University • Pratt Institute • Tufts Dental School • Tufts University

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Let’s Get Started Visiting Emmanuel College The best way to imagine yourself at Emmanuel is to visit our beautiful 17-acre campus in the heart of Boston. A tour with a current student and an interview with an admissions counselor will give you a personal understanding of our strong community. In addition, information sessions and Open Houses are scheduled throughout the year. Applying to Emmanuel College We offer a variety of application programs. Please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance in selecting the program that is best for you. PROGRAM

APPLICATION DEADLINE

DECISION NOTIFICATION

ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT

Early Decision

November 1

December 1

January 15

Early Action

November 15

Rolling after December 15

May 1

Regular Decision*

March 1

Rolling after December 15

May 1

January Admission**

December 1

Rolling after September 1

3 weeks after decision

* To be considered for merit scholarships, you must apply by January 15th. ** To be considered for merit scholarships, you must apply by November 15th.

To schedule your campus visit, call the Office of Admissions at 617.735.9715 or register online at www.emmanuel.edu/visit

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Admissions Requirements Emmanuel Application or Common Application (available online) $40 application fee (waived if you apply online) Official secondary school transcript or GED scores SAT or ACT scores Essay or recently graded paper Letters of recommendation from an academic teacher and a school counselor

Investing in an Emmanuel Education Liberal arts and sciences graduates earn nearly double what high school graduates earn over the course of their working lives. An Emmanuel College education will give you access to a greater job market and open doors to new fields. We are committed to making these dramatic advantages and opportunities affordable for you and your family. This important investment requires a partnership of many resources, including you, your parents, state and federal government, the private sector and the College. How you pay for a college education is as individual a decision as choosing the right college for you. We’ll help you and your family with the support and guidance you need to navigate the many resources available to pay for this powerful education, including savings and payment plans, parent and student loans, federal and state grants, private scholarships and both merit-based and need-based scholarships from Emmanuel College. For more information, visit www.emmanuel.edu/admissions or call the Office of Admissions at 617.735.9715 or Student Financial Services at 617.735.9938, Ext. 2.

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Lenore Martin, Ph.D.

Megumi Naitoh, Ph.D.

William Leonard, Ph.D.

Sister Mary Johnson, SND, Ph.D.

Josef M. Kurtz, Ph.D.

Linda Lin, Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science Wyant Professor, Fulbright Scholar

Associate Professor of Art Department Chair

Dean of Arts & Sciences Associate Professor of History

Director of the Center for Mission & Spirituality Professor of Sociology & Religious Studies

Associate Professor of Biology Co-Chair of the Sciences

Associate Professor of Psychology

Emmanuel Faculty

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Here are just a few of the many professors who are ready to welcome you, challenge you and inspire you for the next four years.

Bette Weiss, Ph.D.

Eustace Phillip, C.P.A.

Paul March, Ph.D.

Petros Vamvakas, Ph.D.

Kelly McGuire, Ph.D.

Raymond Devettere, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

Associate Professor of Accounting

Professor of Biochemistry

Associate Professor of Political Science

Associate Professor of English

Professor of Philosophy


Emmanuel Boston At a Glance Accounting American Politics and Government American Studies Art History Art Therapy Biochemistry Biology Biostatistics Catholic Studies Chemistry Communication, Media and Cultural Studies Counseling and Health Crime and Justice Developmental Psychology Economics Education — Elementary and Secondary English Forensic Science Gender and Women’s Studies Global Studies and International Affairs Graphic Design and Technology Health Care Health Sciences History Human Services Information Technology International Relations and Comparative Politics

Latin American Studies Literature Management Mathematics Music Neuroscience Organizational Leadership Performing Arts Philosophy Photography Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Inequality and Social Justice Sociology Spanish Sport Management Studio Art Writing and Literature Other Academic Opportunities Individualized Majors Pre-Professional Preparation Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary Pre-Dental Pre-Law

For program details, visit www.emmanuel.edu and click Academics. Photography: Carl Tremblay, Bruce Peterson, Tom Kates, Mark Flannery, Carla Osberg, Merrill Shea and Esto Photographics

Enrollment: 1,750 undergraduates Students from 34 countries and 29 states 75% of students live in campus housing 80% participate in an internship 85% are involved in community service Student/faculty ratio: 15:1 90+ clubs, organizations and activities Application deadline: March 1 Division III Varsity Athletic Teams Basketball (M/W) Cross Country (M/W) Indoor Track and Field (M/W) Outdoor Track and Field (M/W) Golf (M) Lacrosse (M/W) Softball (W) Soccer (M/W) Tennis (W) Volleyball (M/W) Emmanuel College Office of Admissions 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115-9911 www.emmanuel.edu Call 617.735.9715, fax 617.735.9801 or e-mail enroll@emmanuel.edu


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Emmanuel College Office of Admissions, 400 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115-9911 www.emmanuel.edu

2010-2011 Viewbook for Web  

Emmanuel College Admissions Viewbook for web use during the 2010-2011 academic year

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