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Tuition hike.

Student union members react to four percent tuition increase

By Bailey Allen, Former news editor
April 19, 2023

Emerson College is set to increase the undergraduate costs of attendance by four percent for the 2023-24 academic year, prompting negative reactions from the student union. The increase will bring tuition...

Little Building and Walker Building in snow.

College rescinds collective vandalism charges after student pressure

By Bailey Allen and Sabrina Lam
March 1, 2023

The college has dropped its plan to collectively charge Little Building residents a $16,000 vandalism fee in the face of staunch opposition from its student union. Emerson’s Office of Housing and...

President M. Lee Pelton.

College plans to issue partial credit for room and board, not tuition

By Dana Gerber, News Editor
March 19, 2020

While Emerson will be issuing partial credit for room and board charges for the spring semester due to circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, no tuition refunds will be issued, according...

Photo Courtesy of ECSU

ECSU and S3 demonstrate during annual “Picture Yourself at Emerson” event

By Belen Dumont, News Editor
February 29, 2020

Emerson College Student Union and Students Supporting Survivors coordinated an on-campus demonstration Saturday morning, passing out flyers to accepted students at the college’s annual “Picture Yourself...

The Emerson College Student Union posted flyers around campus and invited students to call members of the Bard of trustees to oppose the increase. Photo credit: Dana Gerber

ECSU organizes phone bank to protest proposed tuition increase

By Dana Gerber, News Editor
February 19, 2020
The new student union called all the members of the Board of Trustees to voice their disapproval of the potential 3.5 percent tuition increase.
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