Our vertical urban campus is composed of a cluster of buildings near the intersection of Boylston and Tremont streets that overlooks the historic and pastoral Boston Common. The buildings house state-of-the-art teaching, production, and performance facilities, as well as several clinical laboratories.
Campus Visit Options
Our on-campus open house sessions are our flagship events!
We strongly encourage all interested students to attend these events since you will have the unique opportunity to hear directly from the Graduate Program Director, meet with key faculty from your department and interact with current students.
In addition to meeting with key campus members you will have an opportunity to tour our campus and the specific facilities available for your program. Admission representatives and financial aid counselors will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Register for our November 5 Open House today:
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October 25, 2016, 6:00 – 7:30pm
Come to learn more about our graduate programs in communication and the arts, as well as the opportunity to have your questions answered, speak with admission representatives, and tour the ELA facility.
Communication Disorders Information Session
If you can’t make our Open House, our information sessions are another way to learn more about our Master of Science in Communication Disorders programs. During an information session with the Graduate Program Director and member of our admission staff you will learn more about the application process, the program and curriculum, and attend a tour of the program facilities, which include the Robbins Speech, Language and Hearing Center; session and observation rooms; soundproofed testing rooms; and the Speech Sound Lab. If you can't make our Open House or our information sessions, Graduate Admissions may be able to schedule an individual visit on another day. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a date and time that works best for you.
Experience our impressive facilities and learn more about graduate student life on our campus tour. Your guide, a current graduate student, will share why they chose Emerson, what their program experience has been, and what it’s like to live in Boston. You’ll also meet with your admission representative and hear details about the application process, financial aid, and more. Please plan to be on campus for approximately 1 ½ hours (tours themselves are 45 minutes long.) Advance notice of one week is required to schedule your visit.