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
Communication Disorders Information Session
Get to know more about our Master of Science in Communication Disorders during an information session with the Graduate Program Director and member of our admission staff. During the information session 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.
Experience our impressive facilities in person and get insight into graduate student life at Emerson College. Each tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and is led by a current graduate student. Visits for most programs can be scheduled Monday through Friday year-round. You can learn why the current student chose Emerson, hear about his or her experiences in the program, and get tuned into life in Boston. You’ll also meet with your admission representative who will discuss the application process, financial aid, and living in Boston. Please plan to be on campus for approximately an hour and a half. One week advance notice is required in order to schedule your visit.
Get a tour of the Emerson campus.