Links and Contacts

Beyond the Classroom

What students learn in the classroom is only part of what they will experience at Endicott. Students are able to apply and expand upon their coursework through many opportunities available on campus. Lectures, concerts, trips, films, and club activities enhance the academic journey. Some of the on-campus opportunities that appeal to Arts and Sciences students include:

Alpha Phi Sigma
This national honor society for Criminal Justice students provides opportunities for members to attend special events, initiate fundraising efforts, discuss career and graduate school options, and attend the annual national conference.

Amnesty International
Students involved with Endicott's chapter of this international rights organization learn about global human rights abuses and take action by holding fundraisers, circulating petitions, attending regional conferences, and raising awareness on campus.

Endicott Biotech Society
The Biotech Society was created as a way for students to get together and discuss current science topics, to share ideas on the impact of biotechnology in society, to attend lectures and workshops, to promote health and wellness through community service and outreach, and to learn about exciting career and internship opportunities.

Endicott Environmental Society (EES)
Students and faculty devoted to responsible environmental practices meet regularly to organize efforts on campus and in the local communities. EES has been instrumental in spearheading campus recycling efforts. Join concerned students from all majors for field trips, fundraising efforts, informational sessions, research projects, and fun activities.

The Endicott Review
Students produce Endicott's distinctive literary journal, which publishes the best poetry, essays, short stories, and artwork from the Endicott community.

History Guild
Started by students excited by historical subjects, the History Guild is open to all students who wish to gather for films, lectures, trips, and guidance from faculty members on matters like research topics and graduate school applications.

Law and Justice Club
Open to students interested in criminal justice and law-related issues, this club meets regularly to plan outreach projects, bring speakers to campus, attend conferences, and learn about various professions in the law and justice field.

Math and Computer Science Club (MACS)
This club was forged by students and faculty members. Meet regularly with others who are interested in mathematics, logic, and computer applications for fun activities, special speakers, workshops, conferences, career planning, and idea swapping.

Model UN Team
Serving as delegates from various countries, team members debate issues of international importance, draft position papers and proposals, and participate in the annual Harvard National Model UN conference.

New Renaissance Magazine
Endicott is formally affiliated with the new renaissance, a highly respected interdisciplinary journal based in Arlington, MA. Student interns will take part in reviewing submissions and will learn about the production process of this avant-garde publication.

Phi Sigma
Members of this honor society for the Biological Sciences receive academic recognition, plan events, and meet to discuss graduate school and career options.

Psi Chi
Members of this national honor society for Psychology majors receive academic recognition and plan Psychology Club activities.

Psychology Club
Psychology majors meet throughout the year to attend cultural events, talk with guest speakers, discuss books, go to the movies, participate in fundraising events, and share career and graduate school plans.

Sigma Iota Rho
Members of this national honor society for International Studies majors receive academic recognition and help raise awareness of global issues on campus.

Sigma Xi
The Sigma Xi honor society encourages discovery research by undergraduate students, and spans many disciplines - from Biology to Psychology to Computer Science - and more.

Student Peace Alliance
Committed to promoting peace and supporting non-violent initiatives, the Student Peace Alliance is part of a growing national movement. Members organize activities, bring speakers to campus, and participate in local and national events.

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