Concerns may include: questions about your loans and how much money you have borrowed, concerns about how you will pay off your loans once you're done with school, wondering whether you can finance your education through other sources.
We believe that an Emerson College education is a worthwhile investment. We hope that the resources provided on this site will give prospective and current students and their families the tools and information necessary to make an Emerson College education possible.
Through federal, state and institutional financial aid programs, payment plan options and our financial education program, Money Matters, we strive to help families manage the cost of a quality education. It is our goal to provide the services needed to make Emerson College a financial reality for students. The Financial Aid staff, in conjunction with the Office of Student Accounts and the Office of Student Success, is committed to working together to find the best solution for a student’s situation and needs.
Students may encounter obstacles or difficulties associated with college life—academic, financial, personal, interpersonal, or wellness—or simply seek greater connection and support. Emerson has fantastic resources designed to address the holistic needs of students.
The Office of Student Success helps students to explore their options, navigate campus systems, and connect to services, supports, and each other. And sometimes, we just listen.
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The Career Development Center is the hub for career education, resources, and experiential learning opportunities at Emerson College. Our office offers students and alumni a variety of services including but not limited to resume & cover letter reviews, interview preparation, and individual career counseling.
The Student Employment Office oversees Federal Work Study opportunities which is a need-based, federally subsidized award for part-time employment, which is administered by the College, as well as General Student employment which offers a wonderful opportunity to defray the cost of education while gaining marketable skills and valuable work experience. Students who do not receive a Federal Work Study award are still eligible to apply for on-campus employment opportunities.