We Can Help!
GPP strives to provide our students with resources to help them succeed as a student, as a working professional and as an individual working to balance it all. We want you to know that you aren’t alone – we are here to help! Below you’ll find a short list of resources that you might find helpful. If something isn’t listed, give Kate Schoeck a call and she’ll do her best to provide you with the support needed!
Integral to an Emmanuel College education is academic advising which provides a comprehensive framework where students are able to explore the curriculum and focus on achieving their goals effectively. Beyond meeting with you to advise on course selection and curriculum planning, an advisor will enable you to become an active participant in your own learning. The academic advising program begins with an initial interview as part of the acceptance process and continues during the registration period and at any time you request throughout your period of study.
Additional roles of our advisor include:
- Interpreting academic policies and guidelines for students by providing examples and/or samples as appropriate;
- Responding to inquiries from both current and prospective students;
- Providing continuity in terms of monitoring student progress;
- Meeting with students as requested and guiding them as their goals change;
- Auditing student transcripts to determine graduation eligibility and graduation honors; and
- Evaluating courses submitted for transfer credit.
Scheduling an appointment with your academic advisor is the best way to ensure availability. To schedule, simply email your academic advisor at least one business day in advance. If you need to change or cancel your appointment, contact your academic advisor as soon as possible to reschedule.
Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is located on the ground floor of the Cardinal Cushing Library. The ARC offers a variety of programs, resources and support to aid students in their quest for academic success. ARC offers professional writing and math specialists to address particular student needs. Writing specialists provide expert writing assistance in any discipline and at any stage of the writing process, enabling students to clarify their thoughts, revise the organization of their ideas, revise the organization of their ideas, refine the style of their writing and perfect their APA formatting. The math specialist can provide assistance with math in all disciplines.
Stop by the ARC in the library on the lower level, call 617-735-9755 or email at email@example.com.
We encourage students to take advantage of all the resources Emmanuel College has to offer, including our amazing Career Center. Here are a few ways in which you can partner with the Career Center:
- Individual advising on career planning and transition through one-on-one appointments
- Free self-assessment testing and personalized interpretation of the results with a trained professional
- Guidance with developing and editing resumes and cover letters
- Interview preparation, including mock interviews in person or by phone or video
- Career fairs, employer information sessions, networking events, workshops, and programs on- and off-campus
CHECK OUT HIRESAINTS: www.emmanuel.edu/HireSaints
HireSaints is a Career Management System that graduate students use to search and apply for jobs, make an appointment with a Career Advisor, access career resources, learn about career events, and more. Please contact the Career Center if you do not currently have an account.
Graduate students are encouraged to share their professional expertise and knowledge with current students by joining the Career Center in our programming efforts, including panel discussions, networking events, and posting available employment and internship opportunities in HireSaints. We encourage you to connect with their office.
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Alternative appointments are available, including early morning or evening times, as well as phone or video.
The Cardinal Cushing Library is available to ALL members of the Emmanuel College community. GPP students in particular like to utilize the library staff for all of their research and resource needs. They offer information literacy sessions, workshops, web-based tutorials in research techniques and can be available by appointment for individual help.
Stop by the library, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 617-735-9927.
Mission and Ministry
Many of our GPP students have said they stop by the Chapel to enjoy its peaceful environment and participate in quiet reflection. Emmanuel College strives to create a welcoming community that embraces the Gospel ethic that inspires us to seek social justice and to live compassionately. Campus Ministry offers opportunities for students, faculty and staff to enrich their relationship with God, self and others through prayer groups, retreats, days apart, discussion groups, spiritual direction, pastoral counseling, education, the Catholic sacramental life, interdenominational dialogue and varied community services.
Stop by their offices on the ground floor of the Administration Building or visit their website at http://www.emmanuel.edu/student-life/mission-ministry/campus-ministry.html.