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Students, Fall 2015

2,656 traditional undergraduate students
505 U.S.-based adult undergraduate students
965 U.S. – based graduate students
195 students enrolled at international campuses
579 non-degree Professional Development students

Faculty, Fall 2015

98 Full-time instructional faculty
355 Part-time instructional faculty
69% of full-time instructional faculty hold a doctorate or terminal degree

Traditional Undergraduate Experience

Average Class Size - 17.4
Classes under 40 students – 100%
Classes under 30 students – 98%
Classes under 20 students – 55%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio - 14:1
Students living in residence halls - 92%
Average age of full-time students - 19
Students receiving financial aid - 88%
Average Aid Package - $21,150 

Retention Rate

Fall 2014 first-time full-time bachelor seeking students who returned in Fall 2015 – 86% 

Graduation Rate

Fall 2009 first-time full-time degree-seeking students who graduated within 6 years – 71%

Career & Postgraduate Outcomes

84% of students who graduated in 2014 were employed full-time
14% of  students who graduated in 2014 were continuing their education
99% of students who graduated in 2014 were either employed, volunteering, participating in the armed forces or continuing education
39% of students who graduated in 2014 and were employed full-time found their career through internship site or contact
88% of students who graduated in 2014 and found employment related to their major


Main Campus in Beverly, MA
Academic Sites in Gloucester and Boston, MA
International sites in Bermuda, Czech Republic, Spain, Switzerland, and Thailand
28 Other Instructional locations in New England


U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges 2016, #66 out of 176 institutions in the Northern Regional Universities category
Chronicle of Higher Education Great Colleges to Work For in 2015


453 full-time, 385 part-time in fall 2015


$64.8 million as-of 6/30/2015

More information is available in the Endicott Facts & Figures Brochure and Economic Impact Study 2015 Report  

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