Guest Policy and Pre-registration
While prospective students and their families are still invited to visit and tour campus, effective March 10, 2020, and through the end of the semester, guests and visitors of current students are not allowed in the residence halls, including overnight guests.
Visitors from countries that the CDC labels as having "widespread sustained (ongoing) transmission" of COVID-19 are not allowed on campus until they have successfully completed a 14-day self-quarantine.
Please continue to check Endicott's Coronavirus (COVID-19) page for the latest information.
Guests of Endicott resident students, faculty members, and staff employees need to be registered with the Public Safety Department upon their arrival on campus. It is the responsibility of the host to make sure their guests are registered. Upon arrival to campus, guests will receive a guest pass and visitor parking permit at the Public Safety Building.
Each student is expected to be accountable for the conduct of her/ his guests. All students, and their guests, are expected to be aware of, and abide by, this Student Code of Conduct (“Code”).
Endicott College’s Guest Policy has been established to ensure a comfortable and safe community environment in the residence halls. A foundation of Endicott’s Guest Policy is that guests (both current students who do not reside in the same room as the host as well as off campus guests) are only permitted with the consent of a resident’s roommate(s). Residence Life staff and Public Safety will address any behavior that jeopardizes the well-being and comfort of roommates.
The following bullets delineate some of the Guest Policy rules, restrictions, and procedures that apply to resident students hosting guests: (for full Guest Policy rules see the Student Handbook (PDF)
- After 7:00 p.m., non-student guests who desire access to the College and do not possess a valid Endicott College identification card (Gull Card) issued through the Gull Card office will be required to park their vehicle, and all occupants desiring access to the campus must come into the Public Safety Office to sign in and receive a visitor badge and/or a visitor parking permit.
- Students are only allowed to sign in two (2) non-Endicott guests at a time, including overnight guests.
- Off-campus guests and resident students visiting in a residence hall not their own must sign into the building in the presence of the host when desk attendants are present. If a guest cannot produce their Gull Card ID or Visitor Pass, they will be denied access to the building.
- Off-campus guests and Endicott College commuter students are required to obtain a Visitor Pass/Parking permit from the Public Safety Office. Resident students should sign in to other buildings when visiting other resident students.