Give to transform our campus.

We believe in learning that extends within and beyond the classroom, and we are constantly aiming to ensure our students have the space to create. From landmark theaters like the Cutler Majestic to professional-grade production studios like the Di Bona Family Television Studio, our students are able to realize their creative vision and learn the tools they need to compete in their industries.

In the midst of a remarkable campus transformation, we are creating exciting new living and learning environments that will position our students at the top of their fields; restoring landmark facilities; establishing a sense of place for students, faculty, and staff; and enhancing the vibrancy of our beloved surrounding Boston community.

Give to students' daring ideas by building a campus that supports their vision.

Provide space to create. Play a critical role in enabling the growth and continual upgrade of superb facilities that position our students for competitive success following graduation, facilities like:

  • Journalism Production Center: Renovated in Summer 2017, the JPC features two professional television studios with advanced control-room and lighting systems, Chroma key and infinity walls, an all-digital newsroom tool suite with editing workstations, a graphics bank, and design tools.
  • 2 Boylston Place and Dining Center: Providing additional on-campus housing and multipurpose student and performance spaces, the College opened a new 18-story residence hall at 2 Boylston Place and an 18,000-square-foot dining and performance space at 122-124 Boylston Street in Summer 2017.
  • Emerson Urban Arts Media Art Gallery: The only gallery in Boston that focuses exclusively on media art, this facility showcases exhibits that emphasize new media, film, video, and performance art in approximately 3,000 square feet of space. It includes three discrete galleries; a grand, two-story, 1,000 square foot atrium gallery; a 1,500-square-foot, one-story gallery; and a Video Jukebox with presentations of the work of Emerson faculty as well as a 24-hour visual art presence when the gallery is closed through the New Media Windows program.