Graduate Enrollment Checklist
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Confirm Your Intention to Enroll
To confirm your enrollment online, log into the Application Portal and submit your $200 enrollment deposit by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or electronic check. If paying online, you do not need to mail us the enrollment confirmation form.
To confirm your enrollment by mail, submit your $200 enrollment deposit check with the Enrollment Confirmation Form. Mail your confirmation to the Office of Graduate Admission, 120 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02116
If you do not intend to enroll at Emerson College, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, reason for not attending, and if attending another school, please indicate that choice.
Create your ECNET and eCommon Account
Once the Office of Graduate Admission receives your enrollment deposit, you will receive an email inviting you to create your ECNet and eCommon account.
After creating your account, you are provided with an Emerson College network account login (which we call ECNet) for accessing most electronic resources at Emerson College. With your ECNet account you can access your Emerson email account, personal web space, the Emerson College wireless network and other services.
Your Emerson email account is the College's official means of communication with you. You are responsible for checking your account frequently for important reminders and notices from the College.
Submit Your Health Forms (Pre-Entrance Health Requirements Policy)
Students should carefully read the Pre-Enrollment Health Requirements Policy. To begin classes, students must provide documentation of compliance with all health requirements to the Center for Health and Wellness by July 15 for fall enrollment and January 4 for spring enrollment. The Online Student Health Portal is now live and detailed instructions are available online.
Submit Your Official Final Transcript
Before matriculation to Emerson College, an official final college transcript is required which includes the degree, degree date, GPA and a seal/stamp with signature. The transcript or diploma must be an original, e-transcript or pdf directly from the school/vendor. An original may be received from the student in a sealed envelope stamped as “official” from the granting institution. We accept international credit evaluations indicating the college degree, GPA, degree date and major. CSDCAS final transcript and degree information is also considered official. You cannot register for classes until we receive this transcript. The College reserves the right to rescind admission if a final transcript is not received. Please send official final transcripts to:
Emerson College Graduate Admission Processing Center
PO Box 870
Randolph, MA 02368-0870
If you are using a mailing or shipping service that does not allow for delivery to a PO Box, you may use our alternate mailing address of Emerson College Graduate Admission, 120 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116.
Off-Campus Student Services (OCSS) is an invaluable resource and can help you find an apartment and/or roommates through various workshops and databases. Contact OCSS at email@example.com for additional information.
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Register for Classes
After you submit your enrollment deposit, you will receive an email from your graduate program director with registration information.
Pay Your Tuition
Student Accounts will email account statements in early December for spring students, or in mid-June for fall students. Tuition and fee payments for fall 2015 are due by August 3, 2015. For more information, see the Student Financial Services website.
View our Tuition & Expenses section to help you understand and meet the costs associated with an Emerson education.
Keep Your Address Up to Date
If your mailing or email address changes prior to your enrollment at Emerson, please notify the Office of Graduate Admission at 617-824-8610 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Orientation, mandatory for all incoming fall 2015 students, will occur on September 1, 2015 (International students will have an additional mandatory session on August 31). View the Orientation website »