You’ve received quite a bit of COVID-related email this week, so we wanted to recap a few important highlights.
Our case numbers have leveled in recent days, which means the campus can return to less restrictive operations – with some additional precautions.
As you know, next Monday, April 19, Massachusetts enters Phase Three of the COVID vaccination plan and the general population will be eligible to make an appointment for a vaccine.
There will be no Cashier’s hours on Friday, April 16. Cashier’s hours will resume again the following Friday, April 23.
To ensure that we contain the spread of the virus, Emerson College will take the following precautionary measures
Robert (Bob) Colby, beloved faculty member, friend, and Professor and Chair of Performing Arts, passed away early this morning following a courageous battle with cancer.
To help with your planning, we wanted to share some new information about the process and what to expect on our graduates’ special day.
In the last day, we have seen a rise in the number of positive cases and close contacts within our community, which you will see reflected in our dashboard this afternoon.
As we all work together to craft our ten year NECHE Self Study, this is an update of the work so far and an invitation to all who want to join
Emerson’s Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2021 will feature two celebrations: an in-person celebration on the morning of May 2 and a virtual celebration on May 9.