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Information for Accepted Students

  • Accepted Students Day

    While we would like nothing more than to welcome you to campus on Saturday, April 4 for Accepted Students Day—we have made the decision to suspend all in-person campus visits. In light of the recent world events, we are offering multiple virtual opportunities for you to visit campus. 

    It will be impossible to replicate the feeling of stepping foot on campus and experiencing Accepted Students Day, however, we are committed to providing you with options to make an informed decision regarding your college choice.

    In the coming days, we will release online content for accepted students including virtual residence hall tours, online opportunities to connect with students, faculty and staff, and more. At present, we are offering virtual visits with our staff and students. To schedule your virtual visit, please visit our registration page to learn more.

    As more virtual events are rolled out, in place of an in-person Accepted Students Day, you will be notified via email and text. In the meantime, keep checking our website as new events will be posted. 

    Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these uncertain times. Feel free to reach out personally to a member of our staff at any time—find your counselor here.

  • Pay Enrollment Deposit

    First, be sure to secure your spot by making your non-refundable $500 Enrollment and Continuation Deposit. This deposit will also allow you to start receiving important information, like how to register for classes and what you need to know about housing, plus many other topics. Specific housing placements are determined based on date of receipt of this deposit.

  • New Student Orientation Information

    Save the Dates

    Summer Orientation for new students for Fall 2020 is either Monday, June 22, 2020 for students in the Schools of Business, Communication, and Sport Science & Fitness Studies or Tuesday, June 23, 2020 for students in the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Education, Hospitality Management, and Visual & Performing Arts.

    Fall Orientation for all new students for Fall 2020 begins on move-in day, which is Saturday, August 29, 2020.

    Onboard

    Onboard is a three-day, two-night retreat led by returning student leaders to help incoming students connect with their future classmates, set personal goals for the fall semester, learn more about our campus community, and have fun. There are five Onboard retreats scheduled in the months of July and August—each with a different theme and activities throughout the weekend.

    As more information regarding each orientation and Onboard becomes available, it will be updated on our website here: endicott.edu/orientation.

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Plan a Virtual Visit

When it’s not possible to come to campus, our virtual visits will get you connected to Endicott. We're going virtual—and we're bringing the answers you need to a screen near you.  
 
Virtual Information Session
Learn more about Endicott’s unique academic model, its active student life, and how to navigate the admission and financial aid process.
 
Virtual Video Chats
An accepted student one-on-one video chat with an admission staff member or a current student. The choice is yours!