Art in Odd Places: Believe

A Public art festival on the campus of Endicott College April 29 - May 13. More

Celebrating Earth Month at Endicott

The 7th Annual Endicott Environmental Society Energy Summit was held on Tuesday, April 19th in the Klebanoff Auditorium located in the Ginger Judge Life Science building. More

Senior Thesis Conference

Please join us as we celebrate the academic accomplishments of the Class of 2016! More

First Rate Faculty

Dr. Charlotte Gordon, associate professor of English at Endicott College, has received the prestigious 2016 National Book Critics Circle Award for her biography, Romantic Outlaws, the extraordinary lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter Mary Shelley More

Prize-winning sustainability

Endicott is co-winner of Boston Green Ribbon Commission prize for work on renewable energy. More

Online and Blended Learning Options

The Van Loan School offers classes and programs designed to meet your needs. More

Model of Excellence

Endicott was recognized by University Business magazine for our experiential learning opportunities and nurturing student success. More

Discover a very special place

A liberal arts College that recognizes the strength of a dynamic and diversified community situated on a wooded oceanfront campus close to the amenities of Boston. More

Academic Excellence

With over 100 academic programs for undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, professional and international studies, your learning options are limitless for career advancement. More

Explore Endicott

A College where you can build your future, experience the world around you and challenge your capabilities to the fullest. Picture yourself here. More

    Featured Events  

    Loading Events...
    More Events...

    Featured Video

    • Dedication of the Raymond J. Bourque Arena


    • Endicott recognized for its Online Bachelor's in Business Administration Program -

    • Endicott Identified as one of the Best Colleges for Lifetime Return on Investment

    • "Endicott College Named a 2015 Great College to Work For" - Chronicle of Higher Education