At this time, we are anticipating most meeting and function spaces will be available in some form, and with pre-COVID capacity limits, meaning that most in-person events can be held.
The two-year project, designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and built by Suffolk Construction, “used cutting edge techniques to demonstrate the aesthetic, cultural, environmental, and economic benefits of preservation.”
This site will allow members of our community to check on their test compliance status; access status, previous, and next test dates; as well as other helpful information in real time
At this time, Flex classes will take place as scheduled.
Due to inclement weather continuing through Tuesday morning, all flex in-person classes scheduled to begin before 10:00 am ET will be held online.
Due to severe winter forecasted for tomorrow, all Emerson campus buildings will be closed on Monday, February 1, with the exception of 172 Tremont, the Dining Center, and residence halls.
We are continuing to monitor planned demonstrations and events near the Boston campus, and there remains no imminent threat or safety concern for Boston or Emerson College at this time
We are writing to share information related to activities leading up to the Presidential Inauguration on January 20.
As we approach the end of in-person instruction and head into Thanksgiving and winter closing, we want to remind you that residence halls will close at exactly 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 25.
As President Pelton noted in his message on Tuesday, Facility Services staff will be placing boards on the windows of some buildings around the campus. This is being done with an eye toward caution.