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A Holy Week Message from Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN
A Message from the President of Emmanuel College

"Have Heart": Class of 1970 Alumnae Pen Letter to Class of 2020
During this period of uncertainty brought upon by the COVID-19 outbreak, alumnae from the Class of 1970 reached out to the Class of 2020 with a sincere message of hope and support during this difficult time. 

Two Emmanuel Students Awarded Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Two Emmanuel juniors have been named Goldwater Scholars for the 2020-2021 academic year. Biology majors Shane Mitchell ’21 and Carrie Rodriguez ’21 will each receive $7,500 from the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation toward their undergraduate education.

Life Off Campus Doesn't Mean Life Disconnected from Campus: Emmanuel Launches Virtual Engagement Initiatives
In an effort to stay connected as a community for the remaining weeks of the semester, the College has started a series of virtual engagement initiatives to provide programming for students, faculty and staff.

Ramirez-Tejeda ’20 Named D3hoops.com All-American
Emmanuel women’s basketball player Yuleska Ramirez-Tejeda ’20 earned accolades from D3Hoops.com, the CoSIDA, and the WBCA for her performance during the Saints’ 2019-2020 season.

Emmanuel College Postpones 2020 Commencement Exercises
We are formally postponing our May 16th Commencement Exercises on the Emmanuel College campus.

Malual ’21 Named Truman Scholarship Finalist
Emmanuel College junior Dina Malual has been selected as a finalist for the 2020 Truman Scholarship, the premier graduate fellowship in the United States for those pursuing careers as public service leaders.

Emmanuel Student Presents at Annual Biophysical Society Conference
Emily Matozel ’20 presented at the 64th Annual Biophysical Society Conference (BPS) this past February in San Diego, California.

Connected and United: A Message from President Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN
What makes this College great—what has always made us great—is our people and the relationships among us. Our community is connected less by proximity than by mission, values and genuine care for one another.

Emmanuel to Extend Online-Only Classes Through End of Spring Semester
As a result of fast-moving developments, Emmanuel College has determined to extend online-only classes through the end of the spring semester due to the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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