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Tuition Room and Board Fees

Tuition and Fees Overview

Half the annual costs for tuition, room, board, and other fees are billed prior to the start of each semester. The fall semester bill is available by July 1; payment is due by August 1. The spring bills are available by December 1; payment is due by January 6.

The directly-billed charges include tuition, room, board and fees. Indirect expenses, such as the cost of books, supplies, transportation and other miscellaneous expenses will not appear on your bill. Important note: please be sure to include the student ID number on checks, wires, and correspondence.

2024–25 Returning Student Fee Schedule

These tables provide an overview of full-time undergraduate room, board, and meal plan options, part-time undergraduate tuition and miscellaneous charges. Additional information and details for each section can be found in the Notes & Explanations of Charges section below.
  • 2024–25 Fee Schedule and Tuition


    2024–25 Fee Schedule Per Semester Per Year
    Payment Due Dates     
    First Semester 8/2/24  
    Second Semester  1/6/25  

    Undergraduate Tuition Rates
    $19,875 $39,750
  • Housing Costs


    Per Semester
    Per Year
    Traditional—Room Only, Multiple Occupancy (please see *notes below for traditional hall names) $6,136 $12,272
    Hawthorne/The Ledge/Farm House $6,823 $13,646
    Suite Style Housing (please see *notes below for suite style hall names) $7,650 $15,300
    Woodside/Townhouse Singles $8,527 $17,054
    Semester Abroad and Distance Internship Housing (per semester) $7,132  
    Single Room (additional cost to housing) $765 $1,530
  • Meal Costs


    Meal Plans (please see *notes below for information on meal plan changes) Per Semester
    Per Year
    Max Meal Plan (open to all students) $2,767 $5,534
    Deluxe Meal Plan (open to all students) $2,767 $5,534
    Ten-Meal Plan (open to juniors, seniors, and students living in apartments with kitchens) $2,511 $5,022
    Seven-Meal Plan (open only to seniors with 91 or more earned credit hours) $1,703 $3,406

    Five-Meal Plan (open only to commuters or students on full-semester internship)

    $1,349 $2,698

    All Requests For Meal Plan Changes Must Be Made Online At: Sodexo Dining
    Meal plan changes for Fall 2024 due: September 15, 2024. Meal plan changes for Spring 2025 due: February 9, 2025

  • Part-Time Undergraduate Tuition Costs


    Part-Time Undergraduate Tuition Per Semester Per Year
    Cost per credit hour $1,215 per credit
    Cost per audit hour $225 per credit
  • Miscellaneous Charges


    Miscellaneous Charges Per Semester Per Year
    Health Insurance $2,868 $2,868
    General Curricular Fee, Full-Time $450 $900
    General Curricular Fee, Part-Time $300 $600
    Nursing Clinical Course Fee (per semester) $175 $350
    Nurse Testing Fees TBD  
    Hospitality Program Course Fees (HRT 315) $75
    Academic Coaching, Individual (two hours per week) $875 additional hour per week/per semester $1,750 $3,500
    Overload Fee (cost per credit attempted) $1,215
    Private Lesson Fee $910 per credit/
    $455 per half credit
    Late Payment Fee $250
    Returned Check Fee $50
    Campus Car Registration, Full-Time Resident Student $400 per year
    Campus Car Registration, Full-Time Commuter Student $225 per year
    Campus Car Registration, Part-Time Student $150 per year
    Room Change Fee $50
    Graduation Fee (associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree) $200
    Study Abroad Fee (per semester) $500
  • Notes & Explanations of Charges


    Notes & Explanations of Charges

    † Enrollment/Continuation Deposit

    New full-time, day division students are required to pay a $500 Enrollment/Continuation Deposit by May 1 for fall admission or by December 15 for spring admission. For new accepted students, the deposit initially reserves a place at the College. The Enrollment/Continuation Deposit is not interest bearing. It is non-refundable if the student fails to matriculate or if the student withdraws from the College. Once the student has matriculated at Endicott College, this one-time deposit allows the student to register each semester and participate in room selection each year with no additional deposits required for the entire period of enrollment. This deposit will be fully refunded (less any outstanding financial obligations) upon the student’s graduation. If a student requests a leave of absence, the deposit will serve as a reservation to return to the College. Part-time students are also required to pay the Enrollment/Continuation Deposit. The $500 deposit is credited toward tuition costs for the semester in which the part-time student matriculates. The deposit is not refundable if the student does not enroll. If a part-time student changes status to full-time, the student will be required to pay the deposit at the time the enrollment status is changed.


    Traditional Halls: Alhambra, Bayview, Beacon, Brindle, Endicott, Frates, Hale, Hamilton, Marblehead, Reynolds, Rogers, Stoneridge, Trexler, Wenham, Winthrop, 11 Abbott Street, and 205 Cabot Street.

    Suite Style Halls: Birchmont, Cliff House, Essex, Gloucester, Kennedy, Manchester, Myrt Harper Rose, Rockport, Standish, Tower, Williston, Venuti, Beverly Commons, and McKay Street.

    1. Full day tuition is charged to day division students enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester. This includes the 12-credit semester internship, which may be taken in fall, spring, or summer. This also applies to students studying abroad for a semester, unless the tuition of the program abroad exceeds Endicott’s.

    2. The Massachusetts Universal HealthCare Program requires all students with nine credit hours or more to have this coverage. This health insurance charge may be waived upon proof of comparable coverage and completion of the waiver form. This charge appears on the student’s first bill with a brochure explaining the coverage. The waiver form must be completed online by the published deadline or payment of the coverage will be required.

    3. General Curricular Fee is charged to all undergraduate students and covers a variety of services and activities supporting academics, student life, residential life, and athletics at Endicott. The fee provides peer tutoring and Writing Center support services, Information Technology support, state-of-the-art computer labs, student activities including support of clubs and organizations, internet access, technology in the classrooms, intercollegiate athletics, and the shuttle transportation system connecting the campus with downtown Beverly, area malls, and the MBTA train station. The fee also provides students with access to the Raymond J. Bourque Ice Arena for open ice skating, recreation, and various non-ice activities, such as concerts, held at the facility.

    4. The overload fee applies to students carrying more than 19 credits per semester.

    5. Payment for semester tuition, room, and board charges is due by the due date listed at the top of the front page. A $250 late payment fee will be assessed to accounts not financially cleared by these dates.

    6. The Graduation Fee covers a variety of student activities associated with commencement, including degree audit, preparation of diploma, cap and gown, and graduation events and ceremonies.

    Failure to meet payment dates for the above fees or other campus-related charges (i.e. telephone, library fees, parking fines, etc.) may result in the withholding of grades and transcripts or more stringent steps. It is the student’s responsibility to view his or her bill online and grant access to a parent or guardian to view the bill online. It is the student’s responsibility to be sure that the payment is made by the published due dates to avoid a $250 late fee. If the student’s account becomes delinquent, a report may be filed with a credit bureau, and the student will be responsible for all reasonable collection costs, including attorney’s fees and other charges necessary for the collection of the debt. It is the student’s responsibility to read and understand the fee schedule, due dates, and refund policy pertaining to withdrawals. Please note that a medical leave of absence is subject to the same refund policy as all other withdrawals.

    Payment Plans

    Endicott College provides an interest-free, debt-free way to spread tuition payments over a number of months through a private payment plan provider. The payment plan is not a loan, so there are no interest payments, only a low enrollment fee. Visit, then select “Payment Plans” from the menu options and follow the instructions to enroll.

    The Fee Schedule is accurate at the time of printing but is subject to change from time to time as deemed appropriate by the College in order to fulfill its role and mission or to accommodate circumstances beyond its control. Any such changes may be implemented without prior notice and without obligation and, unless specified otherwise, are effective when made.

    Fee Schedule for 2024–25 as of 4/11/24