With so many extracurricular activities on campus, there's something for everyone—and communication students are especially fortunate to have so many to choose from.
EC TV is a student-managed television channel (HD Channel 73.1 on campus) whose mission is to produce quality television and informational programming for, by, and about the Endicott College community. Students who are interested in contributing their time and talents are welcome to become part of the team.
Advisor: Ellie Pye
EC Radio streams on the internet 24/7 with live and pre-recorded programs. This opportunity is open to all Endicott students. DJs play music, conduct interviews, and provide informative programming.
Advisor: Randall Livingstone
Our student-run campus newspaper is the College's source for news and entertainment. Covering a wide range of topics and issues, the publication offers a great opportunity to get involved and tap into your creativity while meeting people on campus.
Advisor: Kathleen Lovett
The Agency is a student-run advertising agency that gives students the opportunity to build their portfolio while thinking outside of the box. Writers, graphic designers, business leaders, and visionaries welcome.
Advisor: Sara Allen
Alpha Phi Sigma
This national honor society for criminal justice students provides opportunities for members to attend special events, initiate fundraising efforts, discuss career and graduate school options, and attend the annual national conference.
The Endicott Review
Students produce Endicott's distinctive literary journal, which publishes the best poetry, essays, short stories, and artwork from the Endicott community. View the Spring 2021 Edition Below!
Started by students, the History Guild is open to all students who wish to gather for films, lectures, trips, and guidance from faculty members on matters like research topics and graduate school applications.
Ibbetson Street Pres
Through Endicott’s partnership with the literary magazine Ibbetson Street Press, students attend readings by four visiting authors each year, and have additional opportunities to write and publish poetry, prose, and reviews.
Iota Gamma Chi
The liberal studies honor society creates opportunities for students to plan special events, lectures, and initiatives.
Lambda Pi Eta
Lambda Pi Eta is the internationally recognized communication honor society. Communication students with at least 60 credits, an overall GPA of 3.0, and a departmental GPA of 3.25 are eligible to join Lambda Pi Eta. Students must show a prior commitment to the field of communication. Students in Lambda Pi Eta perform community service, explore local media outlets, and conduct communication-related projects.
Law and Justice Club
Open to students interested in criminal justice and law-related issues, this club meets regularly to plan outreach projects, bring speakers to campus, attend conferences, and learn about various professions in the law and justice field.
Model UN Team
Serving as delegates from various countries, team members debate issues of international importance, draft position papers and proposals, and participate in the annual Harvard National Model UN conference.
Phi Alpha Theta
The national honor society for history students recognizes outstanding academic performance.
Pi Sigma Alpha
The political science honor society recognizes students in the top third of their class.
Members of this national honor society for psychology majors receive academic recognition and plan Psychology Club activities.
Psychology majors meet throughout the year to attend cultural events, talk with guest speakers, discuss books, go to the movies, participate in fundraising events, and share career and graduate school plans.
Sigma Iota Rho
Members of this national honor society for international studies majors receive academic recognition and help raise awareness of global issues on campus.
Sigma Tau Delta
Students who join the English Honor Society plan events that serve and strengthen the College’s literary community.
The Sigma Xi honor society encourages discovery research by undergraduate students, and spans many disciplines - from biology to psychology to computer science - and more.