Join the Emerson Community

Link to Admission

With nearly 30 undergraduate majors and 12 graduate programs in communication and the arts, Emerson will give you the tools, inspiration, and experience you need to make your dreams a reality.

Apply

Visit Us in Boston and LA

Link to visit

From our downtown campus in the heart of Boston’s Theatre District to our state-of-the-art facility on Sunset Boulevard, Emerson gives you unparalleled access to opportunity. Come see for yourself!

Visit

Enhancing the Emerson Experience

Link to view donation options.

By giving to Emerson College, you can have a transformative impact on our community of students, faculty, and staff.

Find Out How

News

The Dying of the Light

Flynn’s “Dying of the Light” to Get Film Critics’ Award

Emerson faculty member Peter Flynn will be honored by the Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) for his documentary, The Dying of the Light, about the demise of film projection in the digital age.

Irma Mann '67 LHD '92

Irma Mann Remembered as ‘Leader Ahead of Her Time’

Irma Mann ’67 LHD ’92, a Trustee Emerita and generous friend to Emerson College, and a pioneer in the world of hospitality marketing and advertising, died Tuesday, February 14.

Waldemar Razniak

Polish Director/Actor to Visit, Teach at Emerson

Emerson students will have the opportunity to work with an "exciting" Polish theater director and actor later this month when he visits the College through a cultural arts exchange program.

Kayla Smith '18 and Christopher Streat '19 in "King Liz."

“King Liz” Takes Shot at Racism, Sexism, Greed in Pro Sports

This weekend, the Semel Theater will be transformed into an NBA court as Emerson Stage presents just the second-ever production of King Liz, a story of a black woman in the white male world of sports agency.

Paul Mihailidis

Q&A: Mihailidis on Using Digital Media to Tell Migrant Stories

Emerson College Today asked associate professor Paul Mihailidis about his findings and the ways in which they’re relevant to current political realties surrounding migrants, refugees, and government attempts to bar their entry.

Events

Pablo Martinez Zarate. Photo/Salzburg Global Seminar

Lecture and Screening: "War Machines as a Principle of Media Design"

Tue, February 21, 2017 1:00pm


Filmmaker Pablo Martinez Zarate will present "War Machines as a Principle of Media Design: A Critical Pedagogy for Times of Crisis," a lecture and screening of three films on territory, memory, and imagination.

Madeline Di Nonno, Chief Executive Officer of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, will discuss diversity at a panel on the Oscars at ELA on February 23.

Oscar Talk: Panel Discussions on the Academy Awards

Thu, February 23, 2017 7:00pm


Join us for a series of panel discussions on the Academy Awards, featuring panels about promoting diversity within the entertainment industry, creating Oscar buzz, the business of movies, and the Oscar's impact from a European perspective.

Ribbons on the Runway

Ribbons on the Runway 2017

Sun, February 26, 2017 4:00pm


Alpha Epsilon Phi presents the 13th annual Ribbons on the Runway fashion show and silent auction.

Tim Edgar

Tim Edgar Memorial Serivce

Thu, March 02, 2017 5:00pm


Please join us as we celebrate, honor, and remember our friend, teacher, and colleague Tim Edgar.

"Othello in the Seraglio"

Opera and Panel Discussion: "Othello in the Seraglio"

Thu, March 02, 2017 7:00pm


A special event and performance of Othello in the Seraglio begins with a panel discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar Stephen Greenblatt on the diverse societies of Islam and the treatment of race in Shakespeare.