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Clubs and Organizations

Endicott has over 50 clubs and organizations that are academically focused, interest-based, and social. There is a Community Involvement Fair every semester for students to join clubs and organizations. 

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Student Activities oversee all of the clubs and organizations on campus.

Contact Assistant Director of Student Activities Katherine Bahrawy for more information:



If you are interested in getting involved with one of the clubs on campus, please contact the advisor of that club to learn more.


 Clubs and Organizations Manual  


Clubs and Organizations Email Address Request Form

Event Planning Meeting Worksheet

ECO Award Nomination Form 

Student Government Association

Endicott College Student Government Association is the elected governing body that serves as an umbrella for all recognized clubs and organizations on campus. more

Advisor: Richard Weissman

Academic Honor Societies | Student Clubs | Athletic Clubs

- Academic Honor Societies -

Alpha Phi Sigma
This is a national honor society for Criminal Justice students who maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and a 3.2 grade point average in Criminal Justice courses.
Advisor: David Parry, Professor of Criminal Justice

Eta Sigma Delta
This is an international honor society for Hospitality students who maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and a 3.25 grade point average in Hospitality courses.
Advisor: Brendan Cronin, Operations Manager and Associate Professor, School of Hospitality

Iota Gamma Chi
Iota Gamma Chi honors students in the liberal studies major. In 2010, a group of Endicott students identified a need to recognize the accomplishments of those majoring in liberal studies. Iota Gamma Chi embraces the principles of thought and inquiry that are the benchmarks of the Liberal Studies major. Members must have earned a minimum of 15 credits and maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher.
Co-Advisors: Rocco Gangle, Associate Professor of Philosophy and William Young, Associate Professor of Humanities

Kappa Delta Pi
This international honor society is for junior and senior Education students in the upper fifth of the program.
Advisor: Kathleen Billings-McLaughlin, Associate Professor of Education and Joseph Clarke, Education Field Placement Coordinator

Lambda Pi Eta
This is a national honor society for Communications students who maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and a 3.25 grade point average in Communications courses.
Advisor: Laurel Hellerstein, Dean of the School of Communication

Mortar Board
This is an undergraduate honor society for seniors, which recognizes exemplary students across all disciplines for scholarship, leadership and community service. Mortar Board members are selected during their junior year based on a high-grade point average and the recommendations of student leaders and members of the faculty. Active during their senior year, they create a legacy through a community service project for the Endicott campus.
Advisor: Chris Tripler, Associate Professor of Environmental Science

Phi Alpha Theta
This is a national honor society for History students who maintain a GPA of 3.1 in history and a GPA of 3.0 or better overall. Eligible candidates must also be in the top 35% of their class.
Advisor: Anna Suranyi, Associate Professor of History

Phi Sigma
This is a national honor society devoted to the promotion of student research and academic excellence for juniors and seniors majoring in the biological sciences; members rank in the top 35% of their class, and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
Co-Advisors: Joyce Shaw, Associate Professor of Biology and Jessica Kaufman, Assistant Professor of Biotechnology

Phi Epsilon Kappa
Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national professional honor society for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sport management.  The Endicott chapter is Eta Upsilon.  The academic requirement for invitation to the fraternity is a 3.3 grade point average in both the School of Sport Science and the College overall.  Students in the School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies who meet this criteria are invited to join in their junior year.
Co Advisors: Dr. Rich Nastasi, Professor of Sport Science & Fitness Studies, Dr. Doug Glazer, Associate Professor of Physical Education and  Beth Donahue, Assistant Professor of Athletic Training. 

Pi Sigma Alpha
This is a national honor society for political science majors.  Members have completed half the credits required for the baccalaureate degree, as well as ten semester-credits in political science with an average of "B" or higher, and rank in the top 33% of their class.
Advisor: John Kelley & Alefiya Albers

Psi Chi
This is a national honor society for psychology majors who have completed three semesters of study including nine semester hours of psychology, rank in the top 35% of their class, and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
Advisor: Nathalie Saltikoff, Assistant Professor of Arts & Sciences

Sigma Beta Delta
This national society honors outstanding students of business and technology. Members have completed one half of their degree programs while maintaining a cumulative grade point average in the top twenty per cent of their class.
Advisor: Michael Paige, Dean of Business

Sigma Iota Rho
This international honor society is for junior and senior International Studies majors who maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and a 3.3 grade point average in their International Studies courses.
Advisor: Ashlie Perry, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Security Studies

Sigma Tau Delta
This international honor society is for English majors and minors who maintain a 3.0 GPA in English and in general scholarship, rank in the highest 35% of their class, and have completed at least three semesters of college course work.
Advisors: David DiSarro, Director of the Writing Center & Assistant Professor of English and Sam Alexander, Assistant Professor of English

Sigma Xi
Sigma Xi is an international research society supporting outstanding endeavors in all areas of science and engineering. With more than 60,000 members in over 100 countries, Sigma Xi sponsors projects and collaborations around the world through grant awards, publications, and program development. Endicott is a member of the North Shore Chapter along with Gordon College and Salem State College honoring students and faculty engaged in scientific research.
Advisor: Anne-Marie Scholer, Professor of Biology

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Laura Rossi-Le
Vice President & Dean of the Undergraduate College
Phone:  978-232-2055, on campus 2055


- Student Clubs -

ALANA (African-American, Latino, Asian and Native American) Association serves to integrate and foster the unity of students from diverse cultures and backgrounds. It sees itself as a support and resource group for any multicultural student and/or advocate. ALANA outreaches to the Endicott community and strives to educate those interested in joining the club about culture, history and experience at Endicott. The mission is to facilitate awareness of various cultures among Endicott's student community. It strives to provide an environment conducive to discussion and exploration of the multiculturalism and its impact on our society. Celebrating multiculturalism through service projects, educational programs, social inclusiveness and self exploration.
Advisor: Brandi Johnson

America's Institute for Graphic Arts (AIGA) Student Design Group
AIGA aims to provide an area for Endicott College student to explore their creative aspirations and to utilize the networking opportunities given to them through being a member of the club.
Advisors: Danielle Currier and Larry Volk

Art Club
Advisors: Kathy Moore and Cynthia Roberts

Athletic Training Club
Encourage paraprofessional development through sponsorship of a wide variety of activities.
Advisor: Jenn Ladd

Book Club
Advisor: Audrey Koke

Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Student-run-campus-wide programming board. Sponsors a variety of events including musicians, Bingo, The Great Gull Hunt & Groove Boston.
Advisor: Brianne McGann

Commuter Student Association
Provide commuter students with opportunities for involvement on campus through networking with other students, faculty and staff. 

Creative Arts Therapy (CAT Club)
Advisor: Denise Malis

EC Alliance
Is available to anyone on campus interested in learning more about LGBT-related subjects or issues of sexual and gender identity.
Advisor:  George Kuntz

EC Buddies
The Endicott College Buddies Club is an organization committed to creating friendships between college students and persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The club members plan and participate in group activities and social events with young adults from the Northeast Arc.
Advisor: Jaime Freedman

Advisor: Laurel Hellerstein

Education Club
Advisor: Lynne Stasiak

Endicott Biotech Society
Advisors: Bram Lutton, Joyce Shaw and Jessica Kaufman

Endicott Christian Fellowship (ECF)
We meet every Wednesday in the Chapel at 7:30 p.m.
Advisors: Alice Falcone

Endicott College Dance Repertory Ensemble
Advisor: Nicole Sao Pedro

Endicott College Harmonic Overtones (ECHO)
Contact: Student Activities

Endicott College Interior Design (ECID)
Advisor: Rachelle McClure

Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC)
To improve understanding of investment management; help develop in-depth market knowledge and to create access to career opportunities in the investment industry.
Advisor: Bob Chambers

Endicott College Jazz Band
Advisor: Brian Fitzpatrick

Endicott College National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Student Chapter
Promote the mission of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) within the local and college community. NSTA will also provide preservice teachers with science teaching resources. To become acquainted with other pre-service teachers across the United States.
Advisors: Mary Hatton

Endicott College Networking Club
Developing and promoting professional relationship to achieve student success
Advisor: Helen Eaton

Endicott College Oratory Society (ECOS)
Advisors: Rich Nastasi

Endicott College Rock Band
Participate in jam sessions and community shows throughout the year.
Advisor: Brian Fitzpatrick

Endicott College Student Nurses Association
Advisors: Lisa Courcy and Emily Smith

Endicott College Television Network (ECTV) - Channel 73
ECTV is a student-managed television channel whose mission is to produce quality television and informational programming for, by, and about the Endicott College community. Students who are interested in contributing their time and talents are welcome to become part of the team.
Advisor: Eleanor Pye

Endicott Collegiate DECA (Delta Epsilon Chi)
Collegiate DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in colleges around the globe.
Advisor: Aileen Torrance

Endicott Drama Club
Perform for the college and local community throughout the year.
Advisor: Penny Hansen

Endicott Event Management Organization (EEMO)
The goal of this organization is to provide students with a forum to learn more about the event planning industry through speakers, discussions, networking and professional skills development.
Advisor:Linda Robson

Endicott Environmental Society (EES)
Encourage paraprofessional development through sponsorship of a wide variety of activities.
Advisors: Mari Butler, Chris Tripler, and Matt Staffier

Endicott Observer Newspaper
Become involved in all aspects of the publication of a bi-weekly Endicott College Community Newspaper.
Advisor: Abigail Bottome

Endicott Review
Contribute original prose, poetry, photography and artwork to this annual publication.
Advisor: Dan Sklar

Endicott Singers
Advisor: Rebecca Kenneally

Endicott Surf and Skate Club
Advisor: Brandi Johnson

Entrepreneurship Club
Advisor: Brenda Smith

Our small but enthusiastic Jewish community at Endicott meets twice/month to celebrate Jewish life on campus. Join us for High holidays, building Sukkahs, frying up Latkah and getting involved in local synagogues.
Advisor: Neil Glickstein

History Guild
Advisor: Anna Suranyi

Homeland Security Club
This club is to help undergraduate and graduate students learn the particular organizations, theories, methodologies, practices, and strategies that constitute the emerging field of homeland security. Through the context of the U.S. security domain, members will learn how to protect infrastructure and communities from terrorists, other malcontents, and catastrophic disaster. The overarching objective of the club is to provide members with the homeland security-related knowledge and skill sets that will set them apart from their peers. Developing leadership skills will be emphasized. 
Advisor:  Michael D. Andreas

Intercultural Club
The Intercultural Club promotes cultural awareness and understanding by providing opportunities for students to get involved with campus and community life. Membership to the club is open to all students.
Advisor:  Warren Jaferian

Law & Justice Club
Provide a representative, consolidating, and responsible organization for students interested in law related issues. It helps students interested in pursuing a legal career by providing them with opportunities to learn about the various available professions.
Advisor: Dave Parry

Library Ambassadors
Advisor:  Brian Courtemanche

LIGHThouse Leadership Society
Advisor:  Lindsey Shrayer

Math and Computer Science Club (MACS)
Advisors: Michael Diehl and Michael Ocean

Mingotide Yearbook
Participate in the design, development, photography, and layout of the annual Yearbook.

Model United Nations (Model UN)
Advisors: Rich Nastasi and Catherine Shi

Outdoor Adventure Club (formerly Kayak Club)
Advisor: Bram Lutton

Pep Band
Performs popular music at athletic and other College events to promote spirit and participation.
Advisor: Cole Lundquist

Physical Education Club
Advisor: Doug Glazer

Political Action Committee
Advisors: Michael Kilburn and Michelle Mustone

Psychology and Human Services Club
Provide opportunities to explore the field of psychology in more depth.
Advisors: Beverly Dolinsky

REACH Peer Education
Real Education About College Health
Advisor: Lindsey Shrayer

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
Serves the local and college community, develops leadership and improves the overall sense of selfless service to the nation and at Endicott College.
Advisor: Mark Kulakowski

Residence Hall Association (RHA)/Hall Councils
Intends to improve the on campus residential experience by presenting proposals to improve facilities and contributes to in hall programming.
Advisors: Peter Schillizzi and Michael Coughlin

Rotaract Service Club
Participate in a variety of volunteer services in surrounding communities.
Advisor: Lauri Rawls

Student representatives for the Admission Office at College-wide events such as Accepted Students Day, Open House, and Focus Days.
Advisor: TBA

Spoken Bird - Endicott Poetry Slam Club
Provides Endicott Students with opportunities for verbal and written artistic expression. Spoken Birds read poetry and develop performance and writing skills. Works in collaboration with other clubs and groups presenting shows for the Endicott community.
Advisor: Dan Sklar

Sport Management Club
The club provides sport management students an additional outlet to prepare for entry into the sport industry. Members are responsible for creating and running on-campus events, in addition to consulting and volunteering with outside sports organizations. 
Advisors: Katie Kilty and Kevin Commette

Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC)
Provides a voice for student-athletes within the Endicott College Community, represents the interests of student-athletes to the administration, undertakes projects that benefit all members of the community, and fosters a positive student-athlete image.
Advisor: Jodi Cipolla

The Agency
Student-run advertising agency. Writers, graphic designers, business leaders, and visionaries welcome.
Advisor: Sara Allen


- Athletic Clubs -

Crew Club
Competitive club sport.
Advisor: Mark Kulakowski

Dance Team
Perform at athletic and other campus events.
Advisor: Amy Wilichoski

Endicott Cheerleader
Generate spirit and support for athletic teams at games and tournaments.
Advisor: Amy Wilichoski

Advisor: Tom Elder

Rugby Club
Advisor:Mark Kulakowski

Swim Club
Advisor: Chris Tripler


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