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Summer Orientation 2011

This is not just any place. It’s your place.


Get started on becoming a member of our community.


You’re almost here. After months of answering the question, “so where are you going to college next year?,” Emmanuel is starting to feel like more than just a response, just a name, just a place. In a few weeks, you’ll take your first steps as an Emmanuel student. You’ll be on campus, meeting people who will be a big part of your next four years. People who will impact the rest of your life. You’ll start to realize that this is not just any place. It’s your place. Inside this brochure you will discover some of the highlights of Orientation, as well as the things you can look forward to as an Emmanuel student. You’ll find insights from current students who share their thoughts on the various activities in which they’re involved and the community they enjoy and speak of often. In other words, everything you need to hit the ground running this fall. So, what now? Well, as you’re about to learn, that’s up to you. Welcome to Emmanuel!

Daniel J. Darcy Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Activities


Orientation 2011 Orientation is more than an introduction to Emmanuel, it’s a glimpse into what you can expect as a student here. It’s the start of the next chapter of your life.


First-Year Students What Happens at Orientation? Orientation is our first opportunity to welcome you as a member of the Emmanuel community. During the two-day program, which begins at 9:30 a.m. on Day 1 and concludes at 4:30 p.m. on Day 2, you’ll get a sneak peek of what life’s like here at Emmanuel College. In addition to staying overnight in the residence halls and meeting your new classmates, we’ll help you get started on becoming an active member of our community. We’ve put together a full itinerary of activities for you, which you will receive upon your arrival to campus. Until then, here are a few highlights of what happens at Orientation:

Day 1 Meet Your Orientation Leaders Orientation Leaders (OLs) are a select group of current students dedicated to welcoming you, answering questions and introducing you to everything Emmanuel. Once you’ve checked in, you will meet in small groups with your assigned OLs, who will serve as resources to you throughout Orientation and be familiar faces around campus when you return for the fall semester.

NyLeesa Graham ’12

“There is a great mixture of clubs and organizations that represent all of the different people and interests at Emmanuel.” As an Administrative Orientation Leader, NyLeesa plays a big part in making your Orientation experience memorable. She’s a Resident Assistant as well, so helping new students adjust to college life is all in a day’s work for her. She’s a great resource to students interested in getting involved on campus. A sociology major, she also minors in information technology and is pursuing a certificate in Spanish. What she loves most about Emmanuel? Campus events.


Meet Your Academic Advisor Our Office of Academic Advising provides the support you need to attain your academic goals and helps you transition into life as a college student. You’ll first meet your Academic Advisor during your Assessment of Foundation Skills and later during course selection on Day 2. Please note your Assessment of Foundation Skills session includes online testing in computer literacy, mathematics (calculators may be used) and French or Spanish, if you took either in high school. Find out more at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation. Note: You will have the option of using a Mac or a PC for your Assessment of Foundation Skills session. Please note your preference on your Orientation Registration form.

Succeeding in the Classroom The sense of community at Emmanuel is as much academic as it is social. Here you’ll be introduced to members of our faculty and Academic Resource Center (ARC) staff who will inform you about all the academic support that is available to you as an Emmanuel student.

A Day In The Life Your OLs showcase their acting skills with these skits based on scenarios you may soon find yourself in as a college student. Whether it’s how to get involved with student activities, where to turn for academic help, or the ins and outs of getting around on the “T” – Boston’s public transportation system – the OLs will walk you through a day in the life of a typical Emmanuel student.

Day 2 Course Selection With assistance from your Academic Advisor, you will choose your course schedule for your first semester at Emmanuel. This is your opportunity to peruse our extensive liberal arts and sciences offerings and begin your journey toward a college degree. We recommend reviewing the 2011-2012 Academic Catalog online at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation prior to arriving at Orientation to get a feel for what our academic programs offer.

Get Connected Here you’ll learn about the College’s website and access your login and password for MySaints – our internal communication system where you can find College news and announcements, Online Academic Resources, Student Financial Services information and applications in one convenient location.


The Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for Emmanuel students to explore issues of diversity and multiculturalism, as well as to strengthen the connection between each other and the Emmanuel College community. The Office plans thematic programs (Black History Month, Native American Heritage Month, Latino Heritage Month and the Lunar New Year), new initiatives and special events.

< International Hospitality Night is one of the many annual multicultural events to look forward to at Emmanuel.

Student Resource Fair What interests you? Is it Athletics? Study Abroad? Internships? Alternative Spring Break? It will all be on display at the Student Resource Fair. Staff members will be on hand to inform you about the opportunities available to you as an Emmanuel student. Offices include: Athletics, Bon Appétit (food service), Campus Ministry, Counseling Office, Internships and Career Development, Campus Safety, Information Technology, Residence Life and Housing, and Student Activities and Multicultural Programs.

Meet the Dean of Students Before the conclusion of Orientation, you’ll have the opportunity to meet Emmanuel’s Dean of Students, Dr. Joe Onofrietti – a great resource for all our students. Through this interactive workshop, “Dr. Joe” will address Emmanuel’s academic policies and procedures with the help of the OLs.

Student Financial Services Prior to your arrival it is recommended that you complete the Federal Stafford Loan online Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note (visit www.emmanuel.edu/ orientation for more details.) During Orientation, however, staff members from the Office of Student Financial Services will be available to assist you with any questions. Stop by their office in Room 340 of the Administration Building and they will be happy to help.


Dates: Session I – Monday, June 6th & Tuesday, June 7th Session II – Thursday, June 9th & Friday, June 10th Session III – Monday, June 13th & Tuesday, June 14th

What to Bring:

Staying overnight is a mandatory component of your Orientation experience, so you will need to bring: • Bedding (i.e. sheets, pillows, etc.) • Towel • Toiletries • Comfortable clothes • Photo ID • Shower shoes • Alarm clock • Any personal prescriptions

*There will be open gym time later in the day, so you may want to bring some athletic gear as well.

How to Register: There are three ways to register: Online at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation Mail the enclosed registration form (located in the back of this brochure) to: Emmanuel College Orientation Box F-153 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 Fax the form to us at 617-735-9947 The registration deadline is May 20th. *Please note Orientation sessions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The sooner you register, the better your chance of getting placed in your preferred session.


Family Orientation What Happens at Orientation? As family members, you are invited to participate in our one-day Family Orientation on the first day of your student’s Orientation program. The program begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends after dinner at 6:30 p.m. Although student and family programs are held on the same dates, they are conducted as separate sessions. You will attend a number of informational sessions, meet faculty, staff and current students, and learn about Emmanuel College. Such topics as academic success, student health and safety, living on campus or commuting, and tuition bill and payment options will be covered.

Friend, follow or find us on any of these social networks at www.emmanuel.edu/online Staying Connected There are plenty of opportunities for you to keep in touch with all the happenings on campus. The Parent Edition of Emmanuel E-News offers news updates, upcoming events and helpful links for our parents and families. In addition, you can connect with Emmanuel through social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare! We encourage parents to visit our Parents and Families web page and provide contact information, particularly e-mail addresses. E-mail is the fastest way for members of our administration and staff to contact you with news and updates. For more information on all the opportunities you have to stay connected, visit www.emmanuel.edu and select “Parents & Families.”


Where to Stay: For your convenience, we have included information on nearby hotels for those staying in the area overnight. As a low-cost alternative, we also offer family members the option of staying in one of our residence halls. You can access this helpful information by visiting www.emmanuel.edu/orientation. Note: If you cannot attend Orientation on the same date as your student but would still like to participate, we are happy to accommodate. Please contact the Orientation Hotline at 617-735-9817 for more information.

Dates:

Session I – Monday, June 6th Session II – Thursday, June 9th Session III – Monday, June 13th

How to Register: There are three ways to register: Online at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation Mail the enclosed registration form (located in the back of this brochure) to: Emmanuel College Orientation Box F-153 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 Fax the form to us at 617-735-9947 The registration deadline is May 20th.


Transfer Students What Happens at Orientation? You’ve already experienced going to college. Now it’s about finding the right fit. Orientation is our first opportunity to welcome you as a member of the Emmanuel community and highlight some of the opportunities you have to live, learn and grow. During the one-day program, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., you’ll get a sneak peek of what life’s like here at Emmanuel. We’ve put together a full itinerary of activities for you, which you will receive upon your arrival to campus. Until then, here are a few highlights of what happens at Orientation:

Meet Your Academic Advisor Our Office of Academic Advising provides the support you need to attain your academic goals and helps you transition into life as an Emmanuel student. You’ll first meet your Academic Advisor during your Assessment of Foundation Skills and later during course selection. Please note your Assessment of Foundation Skills session includes online testing in computer literacy, mathematics (calculators may be used) and French or Spanish, if you have taken either previously. Find out more at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation. Note: You will have the option of using a Mac or a PC for your Assessment of Foundation Skills session. Please note your preference on your Orientation Registration form.

Justin Cowles ’12

“Emmanuel offered me a more well rounded experience. It was exactly what I was looking for.” In Emmanuel, Justin recognized an opportunity to become part of something special. Since he arrived he has never looked back. He is a graphic design major, a member of the Baseball Club and Superfans, and works in the Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs. Justin knows how important it is to be an active member of this community. He’s a great leader who can help you find your niche.


Get Connected Here you’ll learn about the College’s website and access your login and password for MySaints – our internal communication system where you can find College news and announcements, Online Academic Resources, Student Financial Services information and applications in one convenient location.

Course Selection With assistance from your Academic Advisor, you will choose your course schedule for your first semester at Emmanuel. This is your opportunity to peruse our extensive liberal arts and sciences offerings and begin your journey toward an Emmanuel degree. We recommend reviewing the 2011-2012 Academic Catalog online at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation prior to arriving at Orientation to get a feel for what our academic programs offer.

Student Resource Fair What interests you? Is it Athletics? Study Abroad? Internships? Alternative Spring Break? It will all be on display at the Student Resource Fair. Staff members will be on hand to inform you about the opportunities available to you as an Emmanuel student. Offices include: Athletics, Bon Appétit (food service), Campus Ministry, Counseling Office, Internships and Career Development, Campus Safety, Information Technology, Residence Life and Housing, and Student Activities and Multicultural Programs. Note: If you are traveling from a distance and require overnight accommodations on campus on June 15th, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can arrange for you to stay in one of our residence halls. Although there is no Family Orientation program for transfer students, we have included information on area hotels for those family members who would like to stay overnight in Boston at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation. If you and/or your family members need to address any specific questions or concerns, you will be able to make arrangements individually with those offices or departments. If you cannot attend this session, please contact the Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs immediately.


Date: Thursday, June 16th

What to Bring:

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â&#x20AC;˘ Comfortable clothing and shoes

How to Register: There are three ways to register: Online at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation Mail the enclosed registration form (located in the back of this brochure) to: Emmanuel College Orientation Box F-153 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 Fax the form to us at 617-735-9947 The registration deadline is May 20th.


What to Expect from Emmanuel Orientation will give you a taste of what life’s like at Emmanuel, but it’s up to you to explore all the opportunities – on campus, in the classroom and around town!

Emmanuel College’s campus, pictured below, resides in the Fenway area of Boston, close to a world-class medical area, the Charles River and Fenway Park.


Campus Life Emmanuel is a community alive with a strong sense of mission, a vibrant, confident faith and a joyful spirit. It’s a place where you can be yourself, explore new interests and pursue your goals. You’ll experience Emmanuel at its best when you kick off the men’s and women’s basketball seasons during Midnight Madness, celebrate the history of the College during Founders’ Day, learn about cultures from around the world during International Hospitality Night, and cap off a successful year with the Clambake in the spring. As for the opportunities to get involved? We’ll let the list of possibilities speak for itself.

“I became involved on campus due to my Orientation Leaders. They told me that getting involved would change my whole college experience. They were right.” - Stephanie Mariano ’12 Orientation Leader

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surrounding Boston landmarks through our Virtual Tour. Here you’ll get an inside look into all our buildings, including the Wilkens Science Center, Jean Yawkey Center, Administration Building, Cardinal Cushing Library and residence halls. You can even venture off campus to check out nearby sites such as Fenway Park & Downtown Boston, the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, and the Emerald Necklace! Explore today at www.emmanuel.edu/accepted


Activities at Emmanuel College Women’s Varsity Teams Basketball

Colleges of the Fenway Intramurals

Cross Country

Flag Football

Indoor Track and Field

Outdoor Soccer

Lacrosse

Tennis

Outdoor Track and Field

Dodgeball

Soccer

Volleyball

Softball

Basketball

Tennis

Indoor Soccer

Volleyball

Floor Hockey Softball

Men’s Varsity Teams Basketball Cross Country Golf Indoor Track and Field Lacrosse Outdoor Track and Field Soccer Volleyball

Noah Doyle-Smith ’13

“By being involved, I have the opportunity to meet new people and take advantage of all Emmanuel has to offer.” Noah is someone who makes the most of all the extracurricular activities available to Emmanuel students. He is involved with Campus Activities and Student Events (CASE), the L.E.A.D.E.R.S. Program, Colleges of the Fenway (COF) intramurals, and is an avid Superfan. A native of Belchertown, Mass., Noah enjoys Emmanuel’s prime location, just blocks from Fenway Park and all the excitement the city has to offer.


Arts/Performance

Leadership Development

Emmanuel College Theatre Guild

L.E.A.D.E.R.S. Program

E.C. A Cappella

Orientation Leaders

Legacy of Praise – Gospel Choir

Resident Assistants

Club Teams

Media/Publications

Baseball

Bang! – Literary Magazine

Coed Cheerleading Squad

Emmanuel College Radio

Dance Team

Epilogue – Yearbook

E.C. Ultimate Sky Raptors (Ultimate Frisbee)

Le Renard – Newspaper

Cultural/Ethnic ACCENT– Multicultural Club Asian Student Association (ASA) Black Student Union (BSU) Cape Verde Student Association (CVSA) H.U.E.L.L.A.S. – Latino Student Association Rainbow Connection (LGBTQA Club)

Hobby/Social Anime Club Campus Mascot E.C. Superfans E.C. Quidditch Club Knitting Club Ping Pong Club S.C.A.F.F.U. – Science Fiction, Comic, Anime, Fantasy Fans United

Political/Special Interest Emmanuel College Democrats Emmanuel College Political Forum Higher Education Club Model United Nations Club One - Campus Challenge

Spiritual Chapel Choir Eucharistic Ministers Lectors and Greeters Retreat Leaders

Student Government/ Programming Boards CASE (Campus Activities & Student Events) Crew Class Officers (2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015) Commuter Council Residence Hall Council Student Government Association


Academic Life At Emmanuel, you will find the support needed to shape and direct you as you plan your future. It all starts the moment you arrive. Through our First-Year Seminar, you will work closely with a member of the faculty and a group of classmates to learn about the academic traditions of the liberal arts and sciences, and the expectations and values of our academic community. With the help of your Academic Advisor, you’ll develop a unique academic plan and find the guidance you need as you navigate your first few semesters. Unsure of a major? Worry not. Our Majors Exploration Program (MEP) helps you and your Academic Advisor determine an appropriate area of study based on your interests, values, personality, skills and extracurricular activities. At our Academic Convocation, you’ll help us mark the start of the academic year. You’ll enjoy discussions in the humanities and arts at our Wyant Lecture Series, and hear from top researchers in the sciences when we host the joint Emmanuel-Merck Monthly Science Seminar Series as well. Maybe you’ll accept the challenge of our Honors Program or take part in some of the exciting clubs and honor societies listed to the right. Or perhaps you’ll take advantage of Boston as your extended classroom and explore all the research, service learning and internship opportunities available. Whatever you choose, it’s all at your fingertips. Are you ready?

Academic traditions are an important part of the Emmanuel experience. Many of these traditions can be traced back to the very first years of the College’s founding. During your first year, you’ll be officially welcomed into the Emmanuel community. From there, you can look forward to Sophomore Pinning, Junior Ring & Tassel Ceremony, and Senior Cap & Gown.

Learn more about academic traditions at Emmanuel by visiting www.emmanuel.edu/accepted and select “Life at Emmanuel.”


Academic Clubs

A Sampling of Internships

36 Hours – Pre-Med Club

American Red Cross

Academic Resource Center Peer Tutors

Arnold Worldwide Advertising

Art Club

Aramark-Fenway Park

Biology Club

Boston Bruins

Chemistry Club

Boston Police Crime Lab

E.C. Law Club

Children’s Hospital Boston

Education Club

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Emmanuel Business Association

Fairmont Copley Plaza PR Office

Philosophy Club

Harvard Medical School

Psychology Club

Improper Bostonian Magazine

Sociology Club

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Kiss 108 FM Radio

Honor Societies

Kraft Sports Marketing

Alpha Kappa Delta – International

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office

Sociology Honor Society

Beta Beta Beta – National Biological

Massachusetts General Hospital

Massachusetts Multicultural Council

Honor Society

Omicron Delta Kappa – National

Massachusetts Prevention

Leadership Honor Society

of Cruelty to Children

Phi Alpha Theta – National History

Massachusetts State House

Middle Eastern Studies Institute

Honor Society

Phi Beta Delta – Honor Society for

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Museum of Science

International Scholars

Pi Lambda Theta – International Honor

NASA

Society and Professional Association

New England Aquarium

in Education

New England Cable News (NECN)

Pi Sigma Alpha – The National Political

New England Genealogical Society

O’Neill and Associates

Science Honor Society

Psi Chi – The International Honor Society

Paul Revere House

PUMA

in Psychology

Sigma Beta Delta – International Honor

Robert Goodman, CPA

Society for Business, Management

United Nations of Greater Boston

and Administration

WCVB-TV5 Boston’s ABC Affiliate

Sigma Iota Rho – The Honor Society for

International Studies

Sigma Tau Delta – International English

Honor Society

Sigma Xi – The Scientific

Research Society

Theta Alpha Kappa – National Honor

Society for Religious Studies

and Theology

WGBH Antiques Roadshow


City Life Boston is an amazing city filled with history, culture and excitement. It’s home to 250,000 college and university students, a popular tourist destination for many, and it’s a big part of what makes Emmanuel special. Our hope is that you won’t just live and learn in the city of Boston – you’ll experience it. You can stroll a few blocks to a Red Sox game or find yourself amongst exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts within minutes. Through our various service programs, you will have the chance to head out into the city and make a positive impact. Looking to gain real-world experience? Emmanuel students intern at some of the most prestigious locations in and around Boston. Plus, as a member of the Colleges of the Fenway (COF), Emmanuel offers you the opportunity to meet the students at nearby colleges and universities, cross-register at COF schools, participate in intramurals and more. There’s so much to see and do around Boston. Let your feet lead the way.

Visit www.emmanuel.edu/accepted and select “Life in Boston” for information on where to go, things to do and to look closer at the city you will call home.


At the core of Emmanuel is a commitment to service. Last year, 85% of our student body participated in community service, contributing over 31,000 hours of their time to help others. Emmanuel was named to the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction, one of just four Massachusetts colleges/ universities to earn the award. How can you get involved?

< Nearby Mission Grammar School is a popular service destination for Emmanuel students.

A Sampling of Community Service/Volunteer Opportunities

A Sampling of Colleges of the Fenway Activities

Admissions Ambassador

Chorus

Alternative Spring Break

Dance Project

America Reads

Intramurals

EC Community Outreach (ECCO)

Jazz Band

English to Speakers of

Orchestra

Student Advisory Board

Other Languages (ESOL)

Habitat for Humanity

Theater Project

Jumpstart Peace and Justice Club Peace Games

Please see Activities at Emmanuel

S.A.G.E. Program – Mentor Program

College for a list of intramural

Saints Give Back

sports played with the Colleges of

Spark the Truth

the Fenway.

Sunday Service Group Tutoring in After-School Programs

“Participating in Alternative Spring Break was amazing. I left knowing that I made a difference in people’s everyday lives and returned to campus with a new sense of how fortunate I am.” - Alexa Mitton ’14


Meet Your Orientation Leaders Dan Bourque Hometown: Major:

NyLeesa Graham * Worcester, MA Management and Communications

Hometown: Major: Minor: Certificate:

Boston, MA Political Science and Communication

Jon Hardacker

Alfred, ME Sociology Religion

Nicole Haynes

Bronx, NY Sociology Information Technology Spanish

Nacy Brandao Hometown: Major:

Hometown: Cromwell, CT Major: Journalism Minor: Music

Ike Brochu Hometown: Major: Minor:

Greg Brown Hometown: Major:

Hometown: Major:

Atlanta, GA Undecided

Max Henault Norton, MA English Communications

Hometown: Major:

Ashley Comstock

Dylan Hillsburg

Hometown: Major: Concentration:

Hometown: Major: Minor:

Providence, RI Psychology Neuroscience

Jordan Coulombe *

Maggie MacKay

Hometown: Major:

Hometown: Major:

Saco, ME History and Secondary Education

Lincoln, RI Journalism

Ludlow, MA Psychology-Neuroscience Mathematics

Burlington, MA Elementary Education

Stephanie Mariano Wes Cowles * Hometown: Major:

Hebron, CT Graphic Design

Justin Cowles Hometown: Major:

Quincy, MA Secondary Education and History

Alexa Mitton Hebron, CT Graphic Design

Cait DaCosta Hometown: Major:

Hometown: Major:

Hometown: Major:

Berkley, MA Biology and Chemistry

Kara Moras North Reading, MA Secondary Education and English Literature

Hometown: Major: Minor:

Noah Doyle-Smith

Ben Purdue

Hometown: Major: Minor:

Hometown: Major:

Belchertown, MA Neuropsychology Spanish and Leadership

Windsor, CT Psychology Health Care

West Springfield, MA Undecided

Frank Pustorino Mikasa Famorca Hometown: Major: Minor:

Bronx, NY History Information Technology

Hometown: Major: Minor:

Reading, MA Political Science Psychology

Nicholas Rizzo Samantha Ford (not pictured) Hometown: Major: Minor:

Halifax, MA English Communications/ Writing Performing Arts

Greg Galizio * Hometown: Major:

Norton, MA American Studies

Hometown: Major:

Revere, MA Biology and Psychology

Kayla Vasconcellos Hometown: Major: Minor:

Fall River, MA Biology (Pre-Dental) Studio Art

* Designates Administrative Orientation Leader


Learn more about your Orientation Leaders at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation.


Orientation 2011 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115

Register today at www.emmanuel.edu/orientation


Take a look at some of our events througout the year! September Welcome Week Annual Day of Service Academic Convocation October

Family Weekend Senior Cap & Gown Ceremony Junior Ring & Tassel Ceremony

November Tip-Off Tournament Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service Harvest Ball December Christmas Tree Lighting Moonlight Breakfast 12 Days of Christmas January Martin Luther King Jr. Colleges of the Fenway Breakfast Athletic Events Leadership Immersion February Foundersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Day Black History Month Events InterMission Retreat March Alternative Spring Break International Hospitality Night COF Clean-Up Day April Spring Musical Clambake Sophomore Pinning Ceremony May Student Leadership Reception Baccalaureate Commencement


Student Checklist of Important Dates May 24, 2011 Transfer Students: Confirm that your previous institution has sent your official transcript Summer Orientation __________________________________________________ Write in date confirmed by the Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs First-Year Students: Session I June 6th & 7th Session II June 9th & 10th Session III June 13th & 14th Transfer Students:

Session IV

June 16th

June 15, 2011

Complete Federal Stafford Loan online entrance counseling and Master Promissory Note

June 20, 2011

Deadline to submit Housing Agreement and Information Form to the Office of Residence Life and Housing

June 25, 2011 First-Year Students: Confirm that your high school guidance office has sent/will send your official high school transcript to the Office of Admissions July 1, 2011

Deadline to submit health forms to Student Health Services

Early July The online tuition bill is available through MySaints at portal.emmanuel.edu July 15, 2011 Due date for first payment on the 10-month payment plan and finalized process for parent and/or private student loan August 3, 2011

Due date for fall semester balance

August 4, 2011 Deadline to complete the online Student Health Enrollment Form or Waiver September 4, 2011

New and transfer student Move-in Day

September 4-10, 2011 Welcome Week! September 7, 2011

Fall 2011 classes begin


2011 Orientation Booklet