Congratulations!

Go ahead and celebrate with your family and friends—your hard work has paid off. Now you are ready to figure out your next steps. Use this as a resource to put everything in order before you enroll at Emerson.

Confirm Your Enrollment

To confirm your enrollment online, log into the Application Portal and submit your nonrefundable $500 enrollment deposit by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or electronic check.

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Accepted Student Schedules

There are no currently scheduled accepted student events.

Visit & Connect

Still making up your mind? There are a number of ways to connect, visit, and engage with us before you confirm your enrollment. 

  • Visit: Schedule a campus tour to meet with admission staff, faculty, and current students. 
  • Attend a Pre-College Information Session: Thursday, February 20, 2020 or Saturday, April 18, 2020.
  • Connect:  follow us on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or contact the tori_weston [at] emerson.edu (Assistant Director of Youth Programs).

Next Steps

After confirming your enrollment in the Application Portal, please review the checklist items below to learn about next steps toward joining the Emerson community.

Domestic Student Enrollment Checklist

Confirm Your Intent To Enroll Online

To confirm your enrollment online, log into the Application Portal and submit your nonrefundable enrollment deposit by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or electronic check.

Decline Admission

If you do not intend to enroll at Emerson College, please log into your application portal, and fill out the "Reply to Offer of Admissions" form to officially decline your admissions offer.

Create Your Emerson Account

Once the Department of Professional Studies and Special Programs receives your enrollment deposit, you will receive an email inviting you to create your Emerson account.

After creating your account, you are provided with an Emerson College network account login (which we call ECNet) for accessing most electronic resources at Emerson College. With your ECNet account you can access your Emerson email account, personal web space, the Emerson College wireless network and other services.

Your Emerson Gmail account is the College's official means of communication with you. You can forward your Emerson Gmail to your personal account. You are responsible for checking your account frequently for important reminders and notices from the College.

Submit Your Health Forms

Students should read about our Pre-Enrollment Health Requirements and review our Guide to Using the Student Health Portal. To begin classes, students must provide documentation of compliance with all health requirements to the Center for Health and Wellness by June 5, 2020. The Online Student Health Portal is now live and detailed instructions are available online.

Pay Your Tuition

Student Accounts will email account statements. View specific program pages to see tuition and board costs.

Pre-College Orientation

Pre-College Orientation is mandatory for all pre-college students. Tori Weston, Assistant Director of Youth Programs will reach out to you about orientation details for your specific program. 

Students will receive an invitation via email about Orientation when dates and locations have been confirmed. 

International Student Checklist

Confirm Your Intent To Enroll Online

To confirm your enrollment online, log into the Application Portal and submit your nonrefundable enrollment deposit by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or electronic check.

Decline Admission

If you do not intend to enroll at Emerson College, please log into your application portal, and fill out the "Reply to Offer of Admissions" form to officially decline your admissions offer. 

Create Your Emerson Account

Once the Department of Professional Studies and Special Programs receives your enrollment deposit, you will receive an email inviting you to create your Emerson account.

After creating your account, you are provided with an Emerson College network account login (which we call ECNet) for accessing most electronic resources at Emerson College. With your ECNet account you can access your Emerson email account, personal web space, the Emerson College wireless network and other services.

Your Emerson Gmail account is the College's official means of communication with you. You can forward your Emerson Gmail to your personal account. You are responsible for checking your account frequently for important reminders and notices from the College.

F-1 Student Visa

You will need an F-1 student visa to participate in our Pre-College Programs.  You cannot participate in our Pre-College Programs with a tourist visa.

Note: The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires all F-1 student visa applicants to pay a one-time fee before applying for a visa. Visit U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement to read current fees and visa application requirements.

Prior to receiving their F-1 Visa, international students must first be issued an official Form I-20. Once accepted into the program, Emerson College must receive the following before you can have your Form I-20 issued:

  • Full payment of tuition and room and board
  • Digital Copy of your current valid passport
  • Completed International Student Contact Form
  • Proof of health insurance coverage while attending the program. (Link to Insurance websites)
  • U.S. citizens living outside of the United States must submit a copy of their U.S. passport.

After the above items are received, you will be issued and sent your Form I-20, which you will use to apply for your F-1 Visa. 

Visa Application Instructions

After receiving your Form I-20, in order to acquire your F-1 Visa, international students must follow the steps below:

At your Visa appointment, be sure to bring with you the following:

  • SEVIS Form I-20
  • SEVIS fee receipt
  • Emerson College Admissions Letter
  • Proof of funding for program
  • Valid Passport

Note: The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires all F-1 student visa applicants to pay a one-time SEVIS fee of $200.00 before applying for a visa. Visit U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement to read current fees and visa application requirements.

If you have any questions regarding I-20 documents or the visa process, please contact tori_weston [at] emerson.edu.

Submit Your Health Forms

Students should read about our Pre-Enrollment Health Requirements and review our Guide to Using the Student Health Portal. To begin classes, students must provide documentation of compliance with all health requirements to the Center for Health and Wellness by June 5, 2020. The Online Student Health Portal is now live and detailed instructions are available online.

Pay Your Tuition

Student Accounts will email account statements. View specific program pages to see tuition and board costs.

Pre-College Orientation

Pre-College Orientation is mandatory for all pre-college students. Tori Weston, Assistant Director of Youth Programs will reach out to you about orientation details for your specific program. 

Students will receive an invitation via email about Orientation when dates and locations have been confirmed. 

Note: International students moving in on July 4th & 5th will also be required to attend an International Student Orientation.