Engage with the World

Become a Global Citizen

Meet our Staff

Under the oversight of the Dean of International Education, the department seeks to educate all Endicott College students to become more globally minded.  The Office of International Education serves Endicott students who wish to study abroad, as well as the international students who study at College's campuses in Beverly, Boston, and Gloucester.  The department also oversees programs at the College's campus in Madrid, Spain.

For more information on the Office of International Education, please click on the "Explore" menu above.

Endicott College Ebola Travel Guidelines
The College is closely monitoring information and recommendations regarding the Ebola virus. While public health officials warn that we can expect more cases in the U.S., they continue to be confident that the health care systems and emergency preparedness plans established in the U.S. will limit the spread.  In an effort to protect the safety and well-being of our community, Endicott College is following all protocols and guidelines provided by the American College Health Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

In accordance with CDC guidelines, Endicott is restricting college-related travel to affected countries, effective immediately. The CDC has issued a Level 3 Travel Warning (the highest level of warning), urging all U.S. residents to avoid non-essential travel to the West African nations of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. The CDC has issued specific advice to colleges and universities, advising that all education-related travel to these countries be postponed until further notice. For more information: CDC Travelers' Health, Advice for Colleges, Universities, and Students about Ebola in West Africa. 

For complete details, please see the Endicott College Ebola Travel Guidelines on our Health Center website.

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