Watch recordings of previous webinars by Emerson students, faculty, and staff that will help you get to know Emerson, and more about college in general. If there is a topic you would like to learn more about that is not covered in a webinar, or you have any other questions about Emerson College, please email admission [at] emerson.edu or call (617)-824-8600.
Hear from current Emerson students about their experiences living, working, and studying in the city of Boston. Find out why they chose Boston, where their favorite places are, and hear students respond to questions about what to do and what to see in the city.
Hear from Robert Sabal and Raul Reis, Emerson College professors and Deans of Emerson's School of Communication and School of the Arts. They will discuss the relevance of communication and art studies in today's job market, the value of obtaining a degree in these fields, and will answer questions from students.
Our seasoned admission counselors share their tips for filling out a college application and writing a personal essay. They will offer advice on what colleges are "looking for" during the application process, and share some of their experiences from various institutions.
Admission counselors from Emerson's Undergraduate Admission team talk about all things Emerson. Counselors reveal their top ten things to know about the college, and answer questions from students.
Performing Arts Director of Programming Eric Weiss discusses what you should expect and how to you can prepare for your Artistic Review, with emphasis on in-person auditions, portfolio reviews and the Musical Theatre Pre-Screen.
Wondering about the FAFSA, CSS Profile, and what types of need-based aid are available to students? Hear from Emerson's Office of Financial Aid as they discuss how to apply for financial aid, and the important terms and deadlines that students should keep in mind.
Hear from Daniel Gaucher, the Film Art program Director, and Erik Osborne, Senior Assistant Director of Admission. They will discuss the academic and student experiences of the Global BFA program across campuses in Boston, Paris, and the Netherlands.
If you are considering a career in speech pathology, audiology, or other communication fields, Emerson College's Communication Disorders major could be the right program for you. To learn more about the major, our on campus clinic, and opportunities at the Undergraduate level and beyond, view our recent webinar with Communication Disorders Program Director Amit Bajaj, Associate Professor Ruth Grossman, and current students.
Wondering about transferring to Emerson College? Hear from the Undergraduate Admission Transfer Team, Office of Financial Aid, Academic Advising, Registrar, and Off-Campus Student Services as they discuss the transfer process and experience.