Be proud! Being offered admission to Endicott is quite an accomplishment. It means we think you have what it takes to be successful here - and that you will make a great addition to our College community.
Pay Enrollment Deposit
First, be sure to secure your spot by making your non-refundable $500 Enrollment and Continuation Deposit by May 1. 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
Winter Orientation for new students for Spring 2019 is Sunday, January 27.
Summer Orientation for new students for Fall 2019 is either Monday, June 17, 2019 for students in the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Education, Hospitality Management, and Nursing or Tuesday, June 18, 2019 for students in the Schools of Business, Communications, Sport Science and Fitness, and Visual and Performing Arts.
Fall Orientation for all new students for Fall 2019 begins on move-in day, which is Sunday, September 1, 2019.
As more information regarding each orientation becomes available, it will be updated on our website here: endicott.edu/orientation.
Our robust social media presence is a great place to start getting a glimpse of life at Endicott, connect with classmates, and view photos and videos from campus happenings. Follow our multiple accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram!
Share your excitement on your admission with your family and friends on social media using #ThisIsEndicott
Focus Days (for Senior Applicants)
2019 Focus Days are scheduled for February 19, 20, and 22.
Focus Days feature academic presentations by deans and faculty members, providing a more in-depth look at the curriculum in your intended field of study. Staff members from the offices of financial aid and student affairs conduct workshops for parents, and student-led campus tours are available. Senior applicants will receive invitations to attend Focus Days based on areas of academic interest.
Each Focus Day is dedicated to a select number of academic programs. When selecting your Focus Day please select the day that reflects the academic interest indicated on your application.
If you have questions regarding the appropriate day to register, please call us, our office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We can be reached at 978-921-1000 or 800-325-1114.
Tuesday, February 19
Sport Science and Fitness Studies: Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Sport Management
Wednesday, February 20
Accounting, Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Marketing
Marketing Communication/Advertising, Digital Media (Digital Filmmaking, Digital Journalism), Marketing Communication
Hospitality Management (Events Management, International Hospitality Management), Hotel Management (Business, Hotel Event Sales, Hotel Operations and Consulting, Property Management)
Friday, February 22
Arts and Sciences
Applied Mathematics (Actuarial Science), Bioengineering, Biology/Biotechnology (Secondary Education Teacher Licensure), Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Engineering, English (Creative Writing, Literature and Language, Secondary Education Teacher Licensure), History (Secondary Education Teacher Licensure), International Studies, Liberal Studies, Mathematics (Secondary Education Teacher Licensure), Political Science, Psychology
Early Childhood Education Teacher Licensure
Elementary Education Teacher Licensure
Visual and Performing Arts
Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Studio Art (Art Education Teacher Licensure; 2D in Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking; 3D in Ceramics, Sculpture, and Installation; Intermedia)
Accepted Students Day
Accepted Students Day is April 6, 2019.
You've been accepted...it’s time for future members of the Class of 2023 to celebrate! Accepted students and families are invited to attend this special event in which the entire College community is available to discuss opportunities on campus. Endicott graduating seniors will provide reflections on their Endicott experience. The Office of Student Affairs will address questions concerning the day to day life on campus, in addition to student-led tours of the freshman residence halls providing insight into residential life. The event will conclude with the famous Accepted Students Day brunch in the Callahan Center dining hall.
Reservations are required for this event. If you have questions regarding the program, please call us, the Office of Admission is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We may be reached at 978-921-1000 or 800-325-1114.
Accepted Student Visit
Accepted Student Visit
Congratulations…now that you are in, your questions may be different and your interests might have changed since you’ve last seen us (or maybe you haven’t visited campus before). An Accepted Student Visit will allow you the opportunity to meet with a member of the admission staff to discuss your specific questions followed by a campus tour with other accepted students for the Class of 2023.
Plan a Day Visit to experience life as a Gull! Day visits are designed just for you. You may have the interest in attending a class, meeting faculty within your area of academic interest, visiting different residence halls or enjoying lunch with a current student. When you request a day visit share what you would like to experience. Please note, we ask for two weeks notice to honor these requests.
To request a Day Visit: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your Gull gear! Now that you're a Gull, it's time to show your pride.