About Archives & Museum
The Endicott College Archive Collection includes significant information that documents the founding and history of the College. Over 4,000 photographic images record the buildings, campus, students, faculty, administrators, academics, and athletics.
Ephemera material includes postcards, invitations, programs, college publications, guidebooks, handbooks, catalogs, yearbooks, and college related objects.
The Museum gallery installs two major exhibits a year, with themes relating to the College.
Statement of Purpose
The primary purpose of the Endicott College Archives & Museum is to preserve, interpret and exhibit the history of Endicott College. The Archives & Museum enhances the appreciation and understanding of Endicott College's heritage, shows the evolution and growth of the institution and the influence the institution has within the extended community.
The mission of the Endicott College Archives & Museum is to protect, preserve and interpret the history of Endicott College, through a permanent collection that includes, but not limited to, archival documents that chronicle the development of the college and ensures its continued existence, photographs, ephemera, oral history, and artifacts that reflect the history of Endicott College
Goals of the Archives and Museum
- To maintain an active program of collection and documentation for the Archives and Museum.
- To acquire or identify and maintain records of longterm historical, evidential, legal, fiscal, and administrative value to the institution.
- To provide information that promotes the mission of the Archives Museum internally and to the extended community.
- To exhibit the Endicott College collections and archives in such a way as to support the needs of the College community.
View more photographs of past exhibits.