Current Campaigns

The Raymond J. Bourque Arena Campaign

This new facility will allow Endicott's athletic programs to move to the next level.  Our students will enjoy a widening range of co-curricular activities and will accommodate men's and women's ice hockey, indoor soccer, open skating, indoor lacrosse, community service events, collaboration with local schools, and much more.  The arena will also allow Endicott to continue its commitment to enriching the lives of our greater community by providing activities and events to attract participants from the North Shore and beyond.

"Hockey instilled in me the important values of teamwork, leadership, dedication, passion, and a strong sense of community.  It is my hope and belief that this arena will help instill these same values in our area youth and in our future leaders from Endicott College."  Raymond J. Bourque

The Scholarship Endowment Campaign

Each year, Endicott is fortunate to attract a large number of applicants who want to fulfill their dreams with us; yet every year economic realities are making it harder and harder for families to help their sons and daughters reach their highest potential.  In ever-increasing numbers, wonderful students - thrilled with Endicott and succeeding in their classes - are experiencing financial problems that seem insurmountable.  As a close-knit community, we look for ways to help these students, thus the creation of the The Scholarship Endowment Campaign.  Our goal is to create a $5 million endowed fund that will allow us to grant $250,000 each year - over and above our yearly scholarship grants - to students who find themselves in financial difficulty. These students and others like them deserve our support.

The Science/Business Center Campaign

This new state-of-the-art building  supports and enhances our rapidly-expanding Biotech/Life Sciences program and our long-established Business program. An Entrepreneurship Center is included to support the expansion of the Entrepreneurial Program that has been a major growth area in the Business School.  The Science/Business Center, a 67,000 square foot building, has been operating since the 2013 fall semester.  The new building benefits students, faculty, Endicott interns, local companies, community organizations and schools with its cross-pollinating training and incubator facilities.

If you are interested in making a gift in support of any of the above campaigns, please contact David Vigneron, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at 978-232-2376 or dvignero@endicott.edu.
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