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About Emerson College
Emerson College is located in the one of the oldest, most picturesque cities in the U.S.—and one of its best college towns. Small in scale yet large in scope, the city is an internationally renowned center of excellence in higher education, healthcare, and technological innovation that attracts a diverse mix of students and professionals from around the world.
Emerson’s epicenter is located at the intersections of Boylston and Tremont streets at the southeast end of Boston Common. The gold dome of the Massachusetts State House can be seen from many vantage points on campus and the subway stops at our front door (Boylston Station on the Green Line).
Nearly half of our facilities are new or renovated since 2002. Some of the campus’s facilities include:
The Paramount Center, a three-building arts-residence complex is the most recent addition to the College’s urban campus. It includes the renovated 590-seat Paramount Mainstage, the 150-seat Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre, the 170-seat Bright Family Screening Room, faculty offices, rehearsal spaces, a scene shop, and a residence hall for 262 students.
The College also has four other performing arts venues:
- Cutler Majestic Theatre, a 1,200-seat Broadway-style theatre, renovated in 2002
- Bill Bordy Auditorium and Theater
- The Semel and Greene theaters, located in the Tufte Performance and Production Center, which is also home to a costume shop, design/tech studios, the Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Design Technology and Makeup Suite, and television studios
In fact, the College owns more performance space than any other institution in Boston.
Emerson College’s main campus is located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, at the gateway of the city’s Theatre District and in close proximity to cultural centers, media outlets, and public transportation.
Freshmen entering Emerson College for the first time in a fall semester are required to live on campus for their first four semesters at Emerson College, and may apply to live on campus for subsequent semesters pending availability of housing. Freshmen entering College for the first time in a spring semester are required to live on campus for their first three semesters at Emerson College, and may apply to live on campus for subsequent semesters pending availability of housing.
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