International Student Services
The Office of International Education is dedicated to fostering global awareness and facilitating the needs of all the students who contribute to it.
Whether you are a prospective student, a new student, a returning student, or a graduate, we invite you to learn about international education at Endicott. However we can help, let us know.
- For international students who have been accepted to Endicott's undergraduate college or the Van Loan School, our New Students page provides everything you need to know before you get here - from all the documents required to what kinds of supplies you should bring with you.
- From comprehensive information on acclimating to life on campus and in the United States once you get here, from maintaining immigration status to getting around the North Shore, our Current Students page is full of useful information.
- Wrapping up your studies at Endicott? Our Graduating Students page will help.
- Intercultural Activities is a great place to start getting involved on campus as we foster a spirit of global citizenship.
- To learn about study abroad opportunities for both United States residents and international students, visit our Study Abroad website.
- Get to know us, and let us know how we can help, by visiting our Contact International Student Education page.
Office of International Education
Halle Library 1st Floor
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