Our Admission Counselors
Learn more about our counselors, their regions, and their favorite things about Boston. First-year, transfer, and international students are welcome to contact the counselor assigned to their region for advice on applying to Emerson.
If you would like to contact a current Emerson student, connect with one of our Diversity Outreach Interns!
"Boston has so much to offer and it is all at our doorstep. From the theatre district to Boston Common, sporting events, shops, restaurants and museums. I enjoy finding something new to explore every day!"
Associate Director - International and Multicultural Coordinator
Region: NJ (Northern Region: Essex, Southern Passaic, Hudson, and Bergen Counties), NY (New York City)
International: Africa, Asia, Caribbean/Puerto Rico/US Virgin Islands, Middle East
"My favorite things about Boston are the vast array of food options and the close proximity to so many other cities!"
Associate Director - Regional in Los Angeles
Region: CA, HI
"I love that Boston has actual seasons! Living in California I miss the beauty of fall leaves changing, the first blanket of fresh snow, the new life of Spring, and the buzz and excitement surrounding a Boston summer."
Associate Director - Transfer Coordinator
Region: FL (North and Central Regions: Panhandle, Crown, East Central and West Central Counties), MA (Berkshire and Franklin Counties)
"If you like museums like I do, Boston has plenty of them to explore. Art, history, science, you name it- you’ll find something in our museums that will inspire you."
Senior Assistant Director - International Coordinator
Region: AR, NM, NY (Westchester and Rockland Counties), OK, TX, VT.
International: Canada, Europe, Central, Latin and South America, DOD Schools, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa
"Boston not only has countless options for entertainment in the city, but I love being able to take advantage of the skiing in Vermont in the winter and going to the beaches on Cape Cod and the islands in the summer, both are less than two hours away."
Region: FL (South Florida Region: Broward, Martin, Palm Beach, Dade, Collier, Hendry and Monroe Counties) MA (Lowell, Concord, and Wellesley)
"I feel like I never have to leave Boston because of all that it has to offer. Whether I want to see championship sports teams, attend world-class theatre productions, or eat at top-tier restaurants, it’s all right here."
Region: CT (New London, Windham, Waterbury, Litchfield, Hartford and Tolland Counties), IN, IA, KS, MA (Essex, Norfolk and Bristol Counties), MO, NE, ND, OH, RI, SD
Region: MA (Milton, Lexington and Waltham), ME, NH, NY (Upstate: Southern Tier West, Erie County, Genesee Valley and Northern Frontier, Rochester and Monroe County, Finger Lakes Region, Central New York, St. Lawrence Valley, Adirondacks, Tri Cities, Central Hudson Valley, Catskills, Southern Tier East)
"Born and raised in Massachusetts, Boston was always something special to me. Here at Emerson, our campus is Boston. You’ll have access to the City of Champions (nine championships, one decade), the Freedom Trail, some delicious clam chowder, and the latest Emerson Stage show at one of our many performance venues! When people ask me why they should come to Emerson and Boston, I tell them that it has a unique way of becoming your home, making it difficult to ever think about leaving."
Region: AL, DC, GA, KY, LA, MA (Worcester County), MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA
"I love the sheer variety of experiences Boston offers in such a relatively small space. You can enjoy nature in the Public Garden or Rose Kennedy Greenway, then visit a hole-in-the-wall, down-an-alley bakery in the North End, and take in a world-class Broadway show, all in the same day."
Region: DE, MA (Cape Cod and Islands), NJ (Southern Jersey, Camden and Burlington, Jersey Shore and Pinelands, Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset, Mercer, Union, Morris and Northern Passaic, Sussex, Warren and Hunterdon Counties), PA, WV
"I love how Boston has a little bit of everything, on one block you may be surrounded by modern buildings and two blocks over is a street of townhouses from the 1800s. So if you are history nerd, such as myself, then you really can’t beat Boston. But personally, the most amazing thing is Boston’s ability to feel both large and small, sometimes, at the same time."
Region: AK, AZ, CT (New Haven, Middlesex and Fairfield Counties), CO, ID, MA (Quincy and Plymouth County), MN, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, WI, WY
"Boston is a unique city! It offers the charm of a small town while also providing ready access to the resources of a metropolitan center. There is so much to do and see; you will never run out of social, historic, or cultural sites and events."
Senior Assistant Director of Multicultural Recruitment
Region: IL, MA (Springfield and Hampshire Counties, Fitchburg and North Worcester Counties, Boston and Cambridge), NY (Long Island), MI