Review of Emmanuel College-Boston

Rating: StarStarStarStar_grayStar_gray By: Tina K., Alum Posted: January 10, 2011

My review

The Good:

Small campus, small student body with personal relationships with professors in the heart of Boston.

The Bad:

Dorms right next to hospital district, had to get used to the noise of sirens. (Surprisingly it didn't take long.)

Would I do it again?

Yes, Great student to teacher ratio, again, kind of rare for a school in the heart of Boston.

About this school

Biggest influence when choosing this school Location

The financial aid process did not matter as I did not apply for any aid.

Professors are generally Engaging

The night life is Off Campus

Most students spend their Saturday nights Most would hang out on Lansdowne or Kenmore area

About the reviewer

Went to Danvers High School

Favorite class is Lisa Stepanski's English Lit class

Favorite professor is Britta Fischer

Favorite activity is Hanging out in Kenmore Square at the now nonexistent Rathskellar

Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? I suggest prospective students doing some sort of community or volunteer work, do something in addition to school!

I wish I knew I just wish I had focused more on what I wanted to learn while I was there. I didn't get excited about academics and college until my senior year and wished I could have replayed my first 3 years.

Preparation for the workforce

Time needed to find a job post-graduation 6 months to a year

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