A seaside campus, career-focused academic programs taught by faculty who truly care, and a close-knit community that's as spirited as it is supportive. Where else can you find this combination?
To say he was an involved president is an understatement.
Called "Doc" by our students, Dr. Richard E. Wylie was Endicott's fifth president. Get to know the leadership team who make Endicott feel like home.
Enjoy Arts and Culture
Experience the arts at Endicott.
Catch a student performance, attend a lecture, or visit one of our art galleries.
Endicott was founded in 1939 and named for John Endicott, the first colonial Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Research at Endicott College is an important element in the academic programs of our undergraduate and graduate students alike.
Whether it's reducing energy use, installing solar panels, or increasing recycling rates, sustainability is a consideration in everything we do.