Endicott students take community service very seriously – we continually are very proud to announce that total donated hours are well above national averages. Take a look at the amazing things Endicott Faculty, Students and Staff got involved with over the last year!
Big congratulations to senior Kelsey Clark, an Interior Design major, who not only has a fantastic position lined up in... read more
Earlier this month, Endicott was part of The International Robotic Sailing Competition, or SailBot 2013, an innovative event held annually... read more
Congratulations to Endicott’s DECA team, who participated in the International Career Development Conference last month in Anaheim, CA and came... read more
Student Emily Pineau is the first to appear in Ibbetson Street Press' Young Poet Series.
For Fall semester 2012 we have 50 students studying abroad in New Zealand, Ireland, India, Greece, France, Italy, Denmark, Czech Republic, Australia, and Spain. We’ve got a lot going on this year and plenty of study abroad opportunities!
Tuesday September 4 is the first day of classes of our new academic year. Today all new students are moving in and getting settled, and they’ll have two days of orientation and fun events before returning students join us on Monday. It’s going to be a busy weekend on campus, and we’re exciting to have our new Gulls here!
In total, Endicott students, faculty, and staff contributed over 19,000 hours of Community Service at non-profits locally, nationally and internationally. 1,376 students and 77 staff/faculty volunteered their time to many local organizations such as the Open Door Food Pantry, North East ARC, Beverly Bootstraps and the Girdler House.
We are happy to announce that Emily Dyer, MA in Interior Design 2012, was awarded the ASID Foundation's Joel Polsky Academic Achievement Award for her MA Thesis, “Dwelling in The Home: Designing for Mindfulness, Connection and Well-being.”
On May 19, 2012, Endicott held its 72nd Commencement on a beautiful, sunny day on our athletic field. With 750... read more