For diploma requests with name changes, fill out the Name or Gender Change Form.
The Career Development Center can help you whether you are a recent graduate or you graduated many years ago. Our individual career advising appointments (in person or via phone or Skype) can be used for discussions on:
- Career planning;
- Career assessment;
- Job transitions;
- Résumé, cover letter, & CV writing;
- Networking; and
- Any other area that has to do with your professional development.
All alumni are welcome to visit the Iwasaki Library and take advantage of the print, non-print, and electronic resources available on the third floor of the Walker Building, 120 Boylston Street.
For library borrowing privileges, complete the online application to receive your library card.
More information is available on the library website.
Reserve Space on Campus
COVID-19 Update: Due to campus density restrictions, only current students, faculty, and staff will be allowed reserve space on campus for the Fall 2020 semester. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Emerson alumni can purchase theatre tickets to any ArtsEmerson production for 30% off.
Tickets can be purchased online by selecting the Emerson College Community Member price option on the seating chart page. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone or at the box office by identifying yourself as an Emerson Alumnus/a.
The Encore Scholarship demonstrates Emerson’s commitment to helping our most recent graduates stay competitive in the job market. Qualified alumni of Emerson College who graduated within the last five years are eligible for a 25 percent tuition reduction for full-time study in Civic Media: Art and Practice (MA), Digital Marketing and Data Analytics (MA), Data Analytics (Certificate), Digital Marketing (Certificate), Journalism (MA), Popular Fiction Writing and Publishing (MFA), Public Relations (MA), Public Relations (Certificate), Publishing and Writing (MA), Theatre Education (MA), Strategic Communication for Marketing, and Writing for Film and Television (MFA).
Alumni are eligible for a 10 percent discount on tuition for credit-bearing courses offered through the Department of Professional Studies and Special Programs. Request a catalog or visit Professional Studies for further information.
Money Matters is a financial education program that allows current students and alumni to learn about personal finance, using credit wisely, identity theft, and other topics. There are different components to the Money Matters program, allowing students and alumni to pick and choose how they can utilize and benefit from the program offerings. Visit Money Matters for more information