Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Latest College Snapshot From the BHS Guidance - Emerson College

BHS Guidance Snapshot Series: Emerson College
The Cutler Majestic Theater
Date of visit:  Nov. 2008
Visited by:  Ms. Diozzi


Location:  Boston - at the corner Tremont and Boylston Streets (near the Theater District and downtown).  The closest T stop is Boylston Street on the Green Line.

Campus type:  Urban

Student population:  3000 undergraduates

Most popular majors: Emerson is a communications college, so students who attend are interested in TV, radio, theater, broadcast journalism, marketing and writing.

Click here to read the Emerson Undergraduate Admissions blog



Impressions: Emerson owns five building on Boylston and Tremont Streets: the Little, Walker and Ansin buildings, the Cutler Majestic Theater and its most recent acquisition, the Colonial Theater. The buildings are all historically preserved and architecturally beautiful. Emerson is academically competitive and the most important factor in admissions is... the essay. Large communications facilities with state-of-the-art equipment have been donated in recent years by alumni Max Mutchnick (Will and Grace) and Vin DiBona (America's Funniest Home Videos). The radio station, WERS, added talk radio in 2008. Emerson's wireless technology extends to the Boston Common and the Public Gardens.


The Ansin Building

Fun fact:  Emerson is the only college in the U.S. whose student reporters are allowed access to the red carpet at the Academy Awards.  Students also report on major political events.


BHS Admissions Statistics:

                Applied              Admitted               Attended
2012             4                           2                           0
2011             4                           4                           1
2010             1                           1                           0
2009             5                           3                           0
2008             3                           2                           1



Inside the Little Building






WERS - a great local radio station!


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