Dear Emerson Community, I am writing to announce the retirement of two beloved, long-standing members of the Emerson community: Bill DeWolf, our registrar, who will leave Emerson on December 20, … Continue Reading Retirements of Two Long-Serving Staff Members
As you may know, this morning our Enterprise Resource Planning staff discovered a server issue affecting our course registration system. As a result, registration to all students and administrators has been closed. … Continue Reading UPDATED Registration Dates for Spring 2019
As you may know, our online registration instructions have recently changed. During registration, November 5-13, students should navigate to: register.emerson.edu This will take you directly to your Add/Drop Classes page and let you enter … Continue Reading Course Registration is Open November 5-13
“Food For Thought” is a program that provides funds for students to take a faculty member to lunch.
October to May is typically the peak time for the influenza virus, best known as seasonal “flu”. Here are a few recommendations to help protect yourself and the Emerson community
This message has been updated to reflect additional potential scheduling changes. Dear Emerson community, On Wednesday, October 31, there will be a parade in Boston for World Series champions, the … Continue Reading UPDATE: Red Sox World Series Parade to Affect Class Schedules
Students are invited to share their thoughts and a meal with President Pelton
Creating a living, learning, and working environment in which students and other community members can thrive is one of Emerson’s primary responsibilities. We believe that Emerson should be a supportive, welcoming, and safe campus.
Earlier today, a fire in an off-campus building located at 104 Hemenway Street displaced a number of students from Northeastern, Berklee, and Emerson. The two Emerson students that were affected … Continue Reading Emerson students affected by off-campus fire are safe
Dear Emerson community, As the Boston Red Sox and the LA Dodgers move into Games 3, 4, and (possibly) 5 of the World Series this weekend, no matter who you’re … Continue Reading The 2018 World Series and its potential impact on campus