Admissions & Aid

  • 3,813

    Undergraduate students from 50 states and 55 countries

  • 633

    Graduate students

  • 39,000+

    Alumni in our network

As a globally recognized leader in communication and the arts, Emerson College draws independent minds from diverse backgrounds around the world. This cultural dynamism creates an unmatched environment for intellectual exploration and creativity. It also makes acceptance to Emerson highly competitive. Our admission staff stands ready to help you organize your application.

 

We know that attending Emerson is an investment and that where you choose to pursue your education is an important decision to make. That’s why we’re constantly working to ensure our programs support a fulfilling life and a successful career. We will advise you on which of our programs—be it undergraduate, graduate, professional, or high school—matches your interests and supports your creative aspirations and goals.

 

If you’re an artist or communicator who is looking to find your voice and use it to create change, we welcome you to consider making Emerson the next stage in your journey.

Undergraduate Admission

Learn about the Undergraduate Admission process and meet the Admission staff who will show you how an Emerson education transforms your life and propels you to become a creative force.

Graduate Admission

The Office of Graduate Admission is here to help you explore your options for graduate study and understand how specific programs will support your career plans.

Professional Studies Registration

Take the next step toward your professional or academic goals by learning about the registration and payment process for Emerson College Professional Studies and Special Programs.

Accepted Undergraduate Students

You're in! What next? Here are some resources to help you put everything in order before you enroll at Emerson.

Accepted Graduate Students

Congratulations! Go ahead and celebrate with your family and friends—your hard work has paid off. Let's help you put everything in order before you enroll at Emerson.