Board Agreement and Meal Plan Selection
All students who will be living on campus next year are REQUIRED to select a meal plan by completing this Residency and Board Agreement. More information on meal plan options can be found on the Dining Services website under the Dining Plans section.
First Year & Transfer Housing Selection for Fall 2015
Please take a moment to fill out this Housing Preference Form for Fall 2015. Please note the following when filling out this form:
- The Office of Residence Life strives to accommodate all student requests when possible within hall and room availability. However, placements will be made based on continuation deposit payment dates.
- Traditional style housing are buildings with singles, doubles, triples, and quad sized rooms.
- First year students are limited to traditional style housing only, but may be housed elsewhere based on available space.
- To review the different building descriptions please go to the Residence Life page under "Residence Halls" and click on "FYRE For Fall 2015" or "Overview of All Residence Hall Options for Fall 2015".
- If requesting a roommate(s), the LATEST continuation deposit date will be used to place.
- Each roommate listed must MUTUALLY list or select you as a requested roommate for the request to be granted.
- If special housing accommodations are needed based on a medical condition, please contact the Disability Services office at 978.998.7746 or firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for consideration. Any information will be held in strict confidence and used for placement purposes. Deadline is July 1st, 2015.
- If you fill out this form multiple times, the latest submission will be used.
- Please note that housing costs may vary based on location and to consult the "Tuition and Fees Schedule" on the Bursar's webpage.
- Single rooms are an additional $750 per semester.
- This form must be complete by JULY 13th by 9AM.
Residence Life Overview
The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to working with students to create a lively, unique, and civil residential community that complements the academic mission of the College.
Our residential communities provide an opportunity for students to meet and form connections with fellow students. Through these interactions, our hope is that residents will develop lifelong friendships and will be encouraged to grow and learn about themselves. The Residence Life staff is made up of active, enthusiastic, and committed Endicott community members who work with individual residents and the community as a whole to make each hall feel like home.
Each residential community is a collective effort of the staff and the residents - a place where everyone can live and learn together. An important principle guiding community living is fostering the concept of individual freedom and accountability - one which encourages students to clearly articulate their needs and then join together to work toward mutually beneficial solutions. The halls are a place for residents to develop leadership skills, engage in stimulating discussions, learn from others in a multicultural context, and of course, have fun!
Our goal is for residents to leave Endicott feeling they have developed the skills and experience needed to be successful in our increasingly complex society.
In alignment with Endicott’s commitment to the development of the whole student; the Office of Residence Life is committed to providing a healthy and supportive living environment that promotes academic success and personal growth of residential students. The Residence Life staff is committed to fostering a sense of community and responsibility as well as providing opportunities for students to become contributing and engaged members of a diverse and ever changing global society.
1.) Develop strategies to support the academic mission.
2.) To empower residents to pursue personal growth through student engagement and the exploration of knowledge.
3.) Provide a safe, supportive and healthy living environment where all students are known, valued and have an understanding of sensitivity and respect as integral parts of community development and awareness.
4.) To support students through their college experience in the development of professionalism and life skills.