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COVID-19 Policy & Procedures

Endicott is open as a fully residential campus with in-person classes.

Safety measures are being taken to protect the College community. Read our Policy & Procedures to learn more.
Endicott Virtual Tour

Tour The Nest—Virtually

Endicott has designed a way for you to experience the College’s picturesque coastal campus from the safety and convenience of your own desktop, tablet, or mobile device. 
Endicott Family

Gull Parent & Family Resource Page

One of Endicott's newest departments is the Office of Student Transitions & Family Programs

We are dedicated to providing you and your student(s) with resources to support their experience here at the Nest. Please visit our page and stay tuned for more information and programming. 

Why Endicott?

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    CAREER PREPARATION
    90%+
    Graduates with careers related to their major

    Our internship program starts your freshman year. When you leave Endicott, you'll know who you are and what you want to do.

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    ENGAGED FACULTY
    14:1
    Average student-faculty ratio

    At Endicott, you won't just occupy a seat in a lecture hall. Our small class sizes mean your professors will know your name.

  • an aerial view of the campus
    WORLD-CLASS CAMPUS
    235
    Lush oceanfront acres

    State-of-the-art academic facilities, unique residential buildings, and sweeping views of the Atlantic make our campus your home away from home.

Endicott student Justin McCormick at Gorton’s Seafood
Gorton's Seafood

Identifying a passion for social media marketing

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Endicott student Justin McCormick at Gorton’s Seafood
Justin McCormick '20
Marketing
"I had such a fun time creating the social media concepts and making website updates for Gorton's sub-brand, Hook Line and Savor, that it made me want to go pursue social media advertising/marketing even more than I already did."
Majoring in marketing with a minor in graphic design, Justin McCormick was able to work on various projects during his semester-long internship for Gorton’s Seafood. During this time he gained valuable experience while also reigniting his passion for social media marketing.
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Rebekah Brannen
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Shapiro Cardiac Building

Learning the ways in a top-tier hospital

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Rebekah Brannen
Rebekah Brannen '20
Nursing
"I had to tell myself every day that my preceptor would not let me do anything she did not think I was capable of, and she continued to push my comfort zone. I left my internship feeling ready to tackle the real world as a nurse!"
Nursing graduate, Rebekah Brannen ’20 spent the fall semester interning at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. She began the experience feeling intimidated, however gained confidence in herself and the process as she continued to find her footing in the high-pressure environment.
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Pat Whelan state house internship
Massachusetts State House

Making an impact through state government

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Pat Whelan state house internship
Patrick Whalen '20
Political Science
"I know that being able to make a difference in my community, and seeing those changes I contributed to, left a big impact on me. I know I want to make a positive change in my world, this internship helped me discover that."
Senior Political Science major, Patrick Whalen, completed his semester-long internship at the Massachusetts State House. Working alongside State Representative Michael J. Soter, Whalen gained perspective on the inner workings of a government organization. He explained that being immersed in the state government left a positive lasting impression on him.
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MacDonald Gymnasium
4:00 PM