The Endicott Seal
The escutcheon is a shield of protection from adverse forces. It is within a double circle that contains the name of the College. The circles symbolize unity and commonality. Within the field are three symbols. The sailing vessel is a symbol of the worldliness of the College, having its roots in the historic founding of our nation. The quill and book signify knowledge and the transmittal of knowledge throughout the world. The map signifies that Endicott welcomes its students from all corners of the globe. The English design of College Hall signifies stability and the foundation upon which the College was built. The founding year of the College, 1939, is displayed. On top of the Escutcheon is a lion signifying the leader in life. Around the perimeter of the shield is a series of lines that symbolize a badge of honor.