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Experience Endicott Virtually with Accepted Student Visit Options 

Keep checking this page as additional content, including the opportunity to connect with the deans and faculty for your academic program, will be added over the next several weeks.
  • Meet & Greet with Gulls

    Live panel with current Endicott students

    Come join other accepted students for an opportunity to hear from our current students about what makes Endicott College special and why you should consider making your second home at the Nest. You’ll have the chance to hear all about their journey and ask questions about their experiences on campus.

  • Ask the Admission Staff

    Virtual meeting with a member of the admission staff

    As an accepted student, you may have some specific questions about your major, life on campus, and the next steps in the process. This one-on-one conversation with a member of the admission staff is an excellent way to get those questions answered. These sessions are open to both students and parents/guardians.

  • Next Steps for Parents & Guardians

    Live Q&A

    Supporting your student in making one of life’s greatest decisions isn’t always easy. We want to invite you to join other parents and guardians in a conversation specifically tailored to the information you may be looking for to assist your student in their decision on where to spend the next four years. We’ll be discussing a variety of topics including housing, academic support, financial aid, campus safety, and much more.

  • Campus Visits

    Plan A Visit

    The health and safety of the Endicott community remains our number one priority.

    The Office of Admission will continue to follow Massachusetts state guidelines. In accordance, all travelers arriving to Massachusetts—including Massachusetts residents returning home—are instructed to self-quarantine for 10 days or provide a negative test. We are unable to provide a student-led campus tour to visitors from outside of Massachusetts at this time unless arriving with a negative test within 72 hours of the scheduled visit.

    We appreciate the extra steps taken by visitors to keep the Endicott community safe. Also, please note that in an effort to support those considering Endicott for Fall 2021, appointments may be reserved for accepted students and applicants.

    In-Person Campus Tours

    We are excited to welcome prospective students and their guests to our oceanside campus for a student-led campus tour. While on tour, you will be able to explore various campus buildings in addition to learning about academic and student life. Please note that entering residence halls will be not be available at this time.

    Campus tours are offered Monday–Friday at 9:30 a.m., 11:00a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m and select Saturdays and Sundays. Tours run approximately 60 minutes.

    Pre-registration is required. You must register yourself and the number of guests (up to two) at least 24 hours in advance of your desired date. Those who do not have a scheduled appointment will be unable to tour the campus with a student tour guide.

    Schedule Your In-Person Tour

Academic Offerings

Learn more about your intended program of study and the distinctive Endicott academic model, where our students benefit from a unique approach to hands-on instruction from their very first semester, with virtual information sessions. We will also be offering office hours with the deans where you can drop in and learn more and have your questions answered. These are informal sessions, so feel free to drop by at any time. Register today and be sure keep checking back as additional programming will be added in the coming weeks.

Please note that all accepted students and their parents/guardians are welcome to attend any session hosted by any school. You are not bound by your intended major, so feel free to explore all Endicott has to offer. 

  • School of Arts & Sciences

    Register for School of Arts & Sciences Events

     

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours

    Wednesday, March 3: 5–6 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 9: 5–6 p.m.
    Monday, March 15: 5–6 p.m.


    School of Arts & Sciences (STEM)

    Explore STEM at Endicott. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics degrees are critical, real world programs that are at the forefront of Endicott’s curriculum. STEM careers are the fastest growing jobs in the marketplace. Programs of study include Applied Mathematics (with concentration in Actuarial Science), Bioengineering, Biology & Biotechnology, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, and Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Professional. 

    STEM Information Session

    Thursday, February 18: 5–6 p.m.

    Facility Tour: Science Center
    The Dean of Arts & Sciences and the Chair of Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics will give a live tour of the Ginger Judge Science Center, showing all of the facilities and equipment that is available.

    Monday, March 1: 4–5 p.m.

    A Showcase of Student Work in Computer Science
    Join the Computer Science faculty and current Computer Science students for an interactive demonstration of their projects, including a Software Engineering class project. You will have the opportunity to see the sort of work that students complete in our program and have the opportunity to ask questions of the students and faculty themselves.

    Monday, March 1: 6–7 p.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences (Humanities)

    Our degree programs in humanities teach students to think critically and creatively, communicate effectively orally and in writing, and make connections across a wide range of disciplines. Career paths for humanities majors are boundless. Our Graduates have gone on to become attorneys, teachers, and professional writers; work for museums, local and state government, businesses, and non-profit organizations; and receive advanced degrees from colleges around the world. Programs of study include English (with concentrations in Creative Writing, Literature & Language, and Secondary Education) and History (with concentrations in Public History and Secondary Education).

     

    Humanities Information Session

     

    Tuesday, February 16: 5–6 p.m.

     

    The Endicott English Major: Featuring Faculty, Students, & Alumni

    Come join English faculty, current students, and alums to talk about the English program at Endicott, including opportunities for internships, teaching, writing, and the stories we love. Optional: Bring one of your favorite lines of writing—whether from a book, a poem, or a film/TV show. We will also practice an important skill for all kinds of writing: making made-up things sound believable!

     

    Tuesday, March 16: 6:30–7:30 p.m.

     

    Explore the Humanities Majors

    In this event, hosted by Chair of Humanities Dr. Mark Herlihy, you will hear from and can pose questions to current students who will discuss their experiences as English, History, and Liberal Studies majors at Endicott. They will describe what the academic experience is like at the College, courses they have taken, internships they have completed, co-curricular opportunities they have taken advantage of, and their career plans.

     

    Tuesday, March 9: 5–6 p.m.

     

    School of Arts & Sciences (Social Sciences)

     

    The Division of Social Sciences offers a range of programs for students interested in understanding human behavior and the social forces that shape our lives. As the largest division within the School of Arts & Sciences, you will find yourself among a vibrant community of learners dedicated to improving themselves and tackling society’s greatest challenges. Programs of study include Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Psychology.

     

    Social Sciences Information Session

     

    Wednesday, February 17: 5–6 p.m.

     

    Political Science Panel Discussion: Post-Election Outlook

    The 2020 election shifted control of Congress and the Presidency to the Democrats. What does this mean for democracy, public policy, and global affairs? Join the political science faculty as they share their expertise and their predictions on issues ranging from partisanship and poverty to relations with Russia/China and global engagement.

     

    Tuesday, February 16: 7–8 p.m.

     

    School of Arts & Sciences (Liberal Studies & Undecided)

    Comprised of guided and free electives, the liberal studies program offers the greatest breadth of academic selections in the College. By taking courses throughout the arts, humanities, science, math, and social sciences, you will gain exposure to a wide range of liberal arts subjects, discovering powerful connections among fields like politics, literature, technology, sociology, and history. 

     

    Liberal Studies & Undecided Information Session

     

    Thursday, February 18: 6–7 p.m.

  • Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business

    Endicott offers a unique business curriculum—hands-on, experimental, resume-building experiences to establish a solid academic foundation. Dual major programs as well as Fifth Year MBA degrees are also available. Programs of study include Accounting, Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, and Marketing.

    Register for Gerrish School of Business Events

    Business Information Session 
    Wednesday, February 17: 1–2 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 10: 1–2 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours 
    Wednesday, February 17: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, February 24: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 3: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 10: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 17: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 24: 4–5 p.m.

  • School of Communication

    If you’re like most students, media is a big part of your life. Take advantage of the opportunities at Endicott—Major in Communication, Digital Media (with concentrations in Digital Journalism and TV/Film Production and Marketing Communication/Advertising. Learn to research, write, produce, direct, and market digital communications across multiple platforms.

    Register for School of Communication Events

    Communication Information Session
    Wednesday, February 17: 5–6 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 16: 5–6 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Wednesday, February 24: 4¬–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 10: 4–5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 24: 4–5 p.m.

    Internship Q&A
    Thursday, March 4: 4–5 p.m.

  • School of Education
    Endicott’s School of Education prepares tomorrow’s teachers to make a difference not only in the classroom, but in the world. You won’t just learn how to teach, you’ll be trained to become a future educator through practical coursework and hands-on preparation. Our programs will position you to leave a lasting impact on the students you encounter through each lesson you teach. Programs of study include Early Childhood Education, Educational Studies, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education.
     

    Register for School of Education Events


    Career Paths in Education Panel
    Thursday, February 18: 5–6 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: 5–6 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Wednesday, February 17: 4–5 p.m.
    Monday, March 1: 4–5 p.m.
    Thursday, March 11: 4–5 p.m.

    Virtual Class: Who Is Behind That Mask? Uncovering Your Teacher Identity
    Wednesday, March 10: 10 a.m.
     
  • School of Hospitality Management

    The worldwide hospitality industry provides ample opportunities for qualified professionals with a strong understanding of management, leadership, business, and service. The hospitality management programs at Endicott College will enable students to pursue careers that are limited only by their imagination. Programs of study include Hospitality Management, Events Management, Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship, and Hotel & Resort Management.

    Register for School of Hospitality Events

    Hospitality Information Session
    Wednesday, February 17: Noon–1 p.m.
    Wednesday, February 24: Noon–1 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Tuesday, February 16: 3–4 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: 3–4 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 16: 3–4 p.m.

    Explore Hospitality Management
    Thursday, February 18: 6–7 p.m.
    Tuesday, February 23: 6–7 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 3: Noon–1 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 9: 6–7 p.m.

     

  • School of Nursing

    Why Nursing at Endicott College? With a strong reputation, Boston hospital affiliations, state-of-the-art simulation labs and the ability to experience study abroad, athletics, and the arts—there is no reason not to consider Endicott College for your future nursing education.

    Register for School of Nursing Events

    Nursing Information Session
    Monday, February 15: 10–11 a.m.
    Wednesday, March 3: 7–8 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Tuesday, February 16: Noon–1 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: Noon–1 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 16: Noon– 1 p.m.

    Live Q&A with Associate Professor Jessica Ochs
    Tuesday, February 16: 10–10:30 a.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: 2–2:30 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 16: 6–6:30 p.m. 

    Live Q&A with Nursing Students
    Saturday, February 20: 1–2 p.m.
    Thursday, March 11: 7–8 p.m.

    Examining the School of Nursing During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Monday, February 15: Noon–1 p.m.
    Thursday, February 25: 3–4 p.m.

    NCLEX Exam Prep Class
    Join us for an interactive class on how we prepare our students to take the NCLEX exam.
    Wednesday, February 17: 1–2 p.m.
    Friday, March 19: 10–11 a.m. 

  • School of Sport Science

    Engage in a global and expanding industry that combines extensive knowledge and intricacies of sport with administration, finance, analytics, management, technology, and law; or find your passion working in human performance, allied health, or community wellness and rehabilitation. Programs of study include Sport Management, Exercise Science (with a concentration in Allied Health), and Exercise Science/Pre-Professional Athletic Training.

    Register for School of Sport Science Events

    Sport Science Information Session 
    Tuesday, February 16: 4–5 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: 3–4 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Monday, February 22: 4–5 p.m.
    Monday, March 8: 4–5 p.m.
    Monday, March 22: 4–5 p.m.

     
  • School of Visual & Performing Arts

    Endicott’s School of Visual & Performing arts offers dynamic, creative programs in art and design, grounded in liberal arts and professional careers. Programs of study include Architectural Studies, Art Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, Performing Arts, Photography, and Studio Art (with concentrations in 2-D, 3-D, or Intermedia Digital Media & Mixed Media). 

    Register for School of Visual & Performing Arts Events

    Visual & Performing Arts Information Session 
    Wednesday, February 17: 4–5 p.m.
    Thursday, February 18: 5–6 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 3: 4–5 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Tuesday, February 16: 3–4 p.m. 
    Tuesday, February 23: 3–4 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 2: 3–4 p.m.

    Minors in Visual and Performing Arts Info Session
    Learn more about Art History, Arts Administration, Ceramics, Creative Art Therapy, Dance, Drama, Graphic Design, Music, Photography, and Studio Art.
    Tuesday, February 23: 4–5 p.m.

    Department of Architectural and Design Studies Info Session
    Learn more about Architectural Studies and Interior Architecture
    Wednesday, February 24: 3–4 p.m. 

    Department of Performing Arts Info Session 
    Learn more about Performing Arts: Dance, Music, and Theater
    Wednesday, February 24: 4–5 p.m.

    Department of Performing Arts Auditions Review
    Wednesday, February 24: 5–7 p.m.

    Department of Visual Communications Info Session
    Learn more about Graphic Design and Photography
    Thursday, February 25: 4–5 p.m.

    Department of Fine Arts Info Session
    Learn more about Art Therapy, Studio Art: 2-D, 3-D, Intermedia, and Expressive Arts Therapy
    Thursday, February 25: 5–6 p.m.

     
  • Academic Success

    Academic success is priority number one—Endicott supports students with Accessibility Services, Advising Services, Academic Coaching, Student Success & Retention, and Tutoring & Writing Centers.

    Register for Academic Success Events

    Academic Success Information Sessions
    Tuesday, February 16: 1–2 p.m.
    Monday, March 1: 1–2 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Monday, February 15: 3–4 p.m.
    Monday, March 1: 3–4 p.m.
    Monday, March 15: 3–4 p.m.

  • International Education

    An international experience available to all Endicott students—regardless of their field of study—provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to pack their bags and see the world! Study in a foreign country—diversify your education within a global context.

    Register for International Education Events

    Study Abroad Information Session 
    Wednesday, February 17: 2–3 p.m.
    Wednesday, February 24: 2–3 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Wednesday, February 17: 3–4 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 3: 3–4 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 17: 3–4 p.m.

  • Internship & Career Center

    Required internships are one of the most noteworthy features of the Endicott academic experience. 99% of graduates are employed or pursuing a graduate degree within six months of graduation. All Endicott students have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience, build confidence, and hone skills through participation at internship sites related to their career goals.

    Register for Internship & Career Center Events

    Internship Information Session & Student Panel
    Wednesday, February 24: 4–5 p.m.
    Monday, March 8: 4–5 p.m.

    Meet the Dean During Office Hours
    Tuesday, February 23: 5–6 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 9: 5–6 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 23: 5–6 p.m.

  • Virtual Class Visits

    Register for Virtual Classes

    See for yourself what Endicott classes are like! We are offering both class visits, where you’ll sit in with current Endicott students in one of their current classes, and mock classes, where you’ll join other accepted students in a live virtual class.

    School of Arts & Sciences: History of the English Language (Class Visit)
    In this course, students examine the English language in its contemporary and historical forms and learn basic principles of phonology, syntax, and semantics. In units on dialect and sociolinguistics, they explore the social dimension of language and apply their linguistic expertise to artistic productions such as oral histories and rap lyrics. Students also consider the future of English, including the impact of new technology on language change.

    Wednesday, February 17: 3:30–4:45 p.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences: Civil Rights Movement (Class Visit)
    The course surveys the set of events, circumstances and struggles that shaped the United States in the 1950s and 60s collectively known as the Civil Rights Movement. Students analyze the freedom movement that continues to this day by looking at the African-American struggle for freedom, justice, and equality, and they examine the movement’s overlap with feminist, Chicano, Native American, and gay liberation movements.

    Monday, February 22: 1–1:50 p.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences: The Art of War (Class Visit)
    Each semester we offer a team-taught interdisciplinary seminar that is open to all students but which many liberal studies students take to fulfill a requirement in the major. The spring 2021 offering, "The Art of War," examines how works of literature, painting, sculpture, drama, music, and film express notions of heroism, courage, and power, but also how the arts have also been critical of war, challenging its legitimacy and decrying its costs.

    Wednesday, February 24: 10–10:50 a.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences: Psychology Perspectives, Positive Psychology Exercise (Class Visit)
    Using evidence-based practice advocated within the field of positive psychology, we invite you to join our Class of ’25 psychology majors to build gratitude, social connection and happiness skills. The goals of this session include: 1) understanding the goals of positive psychology practice; 2) understanding the benefits of positive psychology practice; and 3) participating in activities and discussions designed to enhance the practice of a happier, meaningful and fulfilled life.

    Wednesday, February 17: 3:30–4:45 p.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences: Mathematics (Mock Class)
    In this session, we will show an amazing card trick where seemingly inexplicable psychic powers are rooted in combinatorial mathematics. After performing the trick with several audience members, they will be prompted to see if they can guess the "magic" behind the trick, and a clever mathematical explanation will follow.

    Tuesday, March 2: 5 p.m.

    School of Arts & Sciences: Engineering Design in the Time of COVID-19 (Mock Class)
    In this session, faculty will talk about (and demonstrate) their design process to meet the challenge of making hundreds of functional personal protective equipment (PPE) units to protect against COVID-19. You will learn how creativity, skills, technology, and teamwork come together to optimize design, meet performance standards and help keep the campus safe.

    Friday, March 5: Noon

    School of Arts & Sciences: Intercultural Communication (Class Visit)

    Exploration of the interdisciplinary field of intercultural communication. Emphasis is on increasing communicative competencies in cross-cultural settings. Drawing from the fields of anthropology, communication, linguistics, psychology, and sociology, this course is designed for students who wish to gain the practical skills necessary to communicate effectively in today’s interdependent international community.

    Tuesday, February 16: 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

    School of Communication: Hollywood Industry Calls (Mock Class)
    A short mock class, followed by informal conversation with School of Communication Council members.

    Wednesday, February 17: 3:30 p.m.

    School of Communication: Social Impact of the Media (Class Visit)
    This course examines the role of media in modern culture. Topics include the effects of media on socialization, education, political choice and process, and the formation and development of beliefs, attitudes and behavior. Students additionally engage in complicated examinations of media texts and their connections to appropriate political, social, and economic issues.

    Wednesday, February 17: 10–10:50 a.m.

    School of Communication: Fundamentals of Journalism (Class Visit)
    Providing students with an introduction to journalism, this course examines what news is, defines news principles, and traces the development of print journalism in the United States. The course offers students a practical introduction to news gathering and writing techniques, including writing under pressure, the principles of good writing, and the ethics of journalism. Satisfies the Writing Designated core requirement.

    Tuesdays & Thursdays from February 15–March 24: 3:30 p.m.

    School of Communication: Global Mass Communication (Class Visit)
    This class introduces students to the history and current state of globalization in the mass media. Issues to be addressed include: differing media systems around the world, the promises and problems of a highly interconnected world in the news, advertising, and entertainment industries, and debates around “Cultural Imperialism” and “Cultural Resistance.” Satisfies Global Issues General Education requirement.

    March 10, 24, & 31: 11 a.m.

    School of Communication: Wonderful World of Podcasting (Mock Class)

    Tuesday, March 2: 3 p.m.

    School of Education: Literacy in the Content Area for Secondary Students (Class Visit)

    The course explores the reading process, writing process, and study skills strategies that students in the secondary school will need for accessing both print and non-print sources in the content areas. Emphasis is placed not only on skills development in the language arts but also on the transfer of those skills in the context of multiple academic disciplines.

    Tuesdays & Thursdays from February 15–March 24: 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

    School of Education: Classroom Assessments (Class Visit)
    Students examine theories and strategies for effective design and assessment of instruction. This course explores a wide variety of assessment methods and strategies including, but not limited to, traditional pencil-and- paper assessments, performance assessments, portfolio-based assessments, and competency-based assessments. Through their field experiences, students also become familiar with how assessment is used in public schools in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including how data is being used as a tool to improve student learning.

    Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from February 17–March 24: Noon–12:50 p.m.

    School of Education: Senior Thesis I (Class Visit)
    Senior Thesis I is the first phase of a two-semester thesis sequence through which students lay the groundwork in an area of interest for the original work they are expected to undertake in Senior Thesis II. Students refine their topics, review and synthesize literature related to their areas of focus, conduct research, and develop research proposals or plans for creative projects. The final course outcomes consist of both a literature review and a Senior Thesis II project proposal.

    Thursdays from February 18–March 25: 2–3:30 p.m.

    School of Education: Senior Thesis II (Class Visit)
    Developing the concept explored in Senior Thesis I, students investigate a topic related to education in which they have a particular interest. The outcomes of the project are a scholarly paper and a presentation.

    Thursdays from February 18–March 25: 3:30–5 p.m.

    School of Education: Discovering Your Stance Towards Life (Mock Class)
    Explore what matters, deep down, to you as a student, your goals, hopes, dreams, and struggles, and how to move forward in spite of the obstacles we face.

    Thursday, February 25: 1 p.m.

    School of Education: Who is Behind the Mask? Uncovering Your Teacher Identity (Mock Class)

    Wednesday, March 10: 10 a.m.

    School of Nursing: NCLEX Exam Prep Class (Mock Class)
    Join us for an Interactive class on how the School of Nursing prepares Endicott students to take the NCLEX exam.

    Wednesday, February 17: 3:30 p.m. & Friday, March 19: 10 a.m.

     

Frequently Asked Questions

 
  • General

    Where can I find my student ID number and email?
    When your Endicott ID has been created, it will be sent to the email address you used to apply for admission. Your Endicott email address and login to the student portal (MyEndicott) will come at the end of May/early June.

    When do I have to submit my enrollment deposit?
    In order to secure your space in the class, you must submit your non-refundable Enrollment Deposit by May 1 (January 10 for Early Decision students). A student’s preference for housing is determined by the date the deposit was submitted. Please see the Enrollment/Continuation Deposit policy enclosed for details.

    Can I defer my offer of admission to next semester or next year?
    Yes, deferral requests are determined on a case by case basis. Deadline for deferral requests must be received by July 31, 2021 for consideration. Requests should be sent to admission@endicott.edu with plans for the deferral period.

  • Financial Aid
    When will I receive my financial aid offer?
    Financial Aid offers are released within four weeks, beginning on January 20, after your offer of admission and provided that you have submitted your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have listed Endicott on the application using code 002148. If additional information is required, or you have been selected for verification, you will be contacted by the Office of Financial Aid via email. Please note that Early Decision applicants will receive their financial aid offer with their offer of admission.

    Do I have to apply for a merit scholarship?
    No. Qualified applicants are notified if they are offered a scholarship with admission. A minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA on a recalculated 4.0 weighted scale is required for consideration.

    Endicott is my first choice, but I’m concerned about the cost. What should I do?
    If you are applying for need-based financial aid, please wait to receive your full award before comparing costs. If you have received your full financial aid offer and net cost is still a concern, please contact the Office of Admission to discuss possible next steps.
  • Housing & Residence Life
    How does the housing and roommate selection process work?
    Housing Preference Forms will be sent with your new student information at the end of May/early June. Students can select a roommate on their Housing Preference Form. The Office of Residence Life will honor any mutual request. If you do not request a roommate, you will be assigned a residence hall and roommate based upon your Housing Preference Form. If you’d like to request particular qualities in a roommate (i.e. student-athlete, Studio Art major, etc.) you can do so on the form.

    Can I live off-campus as a first-year student?
    No, unless you plan to live with a family member within a commutable distance.
    If a student is not living with family locally, they will be required to live on campus.

    Am I guaranteed housing on campus?
    Yes. On-campus housing is guaranteed for all four years of attendance at Endicott.

    I originally applied as a commuter, but I’d like to live on campus.
    Residency changes can be submitted to the Office of Admission until the
    first day of classes. Please direct your request in writing to the Office of Admission at admission@endicott.edu.
  • Student Life
    Is it possible to “walk on” to a varsity or club athletic team?
    Yes. All varsity and club teams allow new students to tryout. Contact the head coach directly with your interest. Contact information can be found at ecgulls.com.

    Are freshman allowed to have a car on campus?
    First-year students are not allowed to have a car on campus. Health-related waivers are granted under special circumstances. First-year students can apply for a waiver the summer prior to their first year on campus.

    Will the Callahan Dining Hall accommodate my food restrictions/allergies?
    Yes, the “Simple Servings” station offers healthy meals that are prepared without seven of the most common allergens. Accommodations are available upon request for special plates, utensils, or eating space.
  • Academics
    When do I register for classes?
    Pre-registration for classes happens during the summer by the dean of your program. After Summer Orientation, students will receive instructions on how to complete course selection.

    Can I change my major after I’m offered admission?
    Yes. Prior to the start of classes, students interested in changing their major should submit their request in writing to admission@endicott.edu.

    Are internships paid?
    Endicott values the learning experience of internships and therefore does not require interns to be paid. The primary purpose of the internship, which is a required part of the academic curriculum, is to provide a learning experience of substance in a professional setting. Compensation is a matter left entirely to the supervisor and the intern.

    Will I receive credit for my AP Exam scores?
    Degree credit is awarded based upon AP Exam scores. Math and science subjects require a score of four or five, while other subjects must be a minimum of three. Official AP Exam scores from the College Board must be mailed to Endicott for credit.

    Will I receive credit for college courses taken during high school?
    Yes. Credit is awarded for courses taken at an accredited college with a C or better. You must request an official transcript be sent directly to Endicott for transfer credit to be awarded. A transfer credit evaluation will be performed to determine how credits are applied toward an Endicott degree.

    Who should I reach out to if I have more questions?
    The Office of Admission is here for you. Please contact us at 978-921-1000 or admission@endicott.edu. If we don’t have the answer, we will put you in touch with someone who does.

We Are Here

 

The Endicott community cares—if it is important to you, it is important to us. Learn more about how we will support you every step of the way.

Academic Success: Tutoring & Writing Center
The Tutoring & Writing Center offers professional and peer tutors who help students prepare for exams, address assignments, tackle projects, brainstorm for papers, work on presentation skills, and review and reinforce material presented in class.

Contact us at 978-998-7735 or visit endicott.edu/tutoringcenter.

Counseling Center
Supporting our students during times of uncertainty and distress is a top priority. The Counseling Center is operating with both on-campus and virtual offerings including individual counseling, support groups, crisis interventions, and off-campus referrals.

Contact us at 978-232-2106 or visit endicott.edu/counselingcenter.

Health Center
Our on-campus Family Medicine Associates (FMA) staff and facilities are focused on you. Endicott’s Health Center is a full-service center staffed with a nurse practitioner and supervising physician who provide a full range of medical services to the Endicott community. As a student, you have full access to all medical services at the Health Center including sick or accident visits, physical exams, flu shots, and full lab services.

Contact us at 978-232-2104 or visit endicott.edu/healthcenter.

Spiritual Life
The Office of Spiritual Life encourages interfaith cooperation and the willingness to understand and accept each other and our differences. Students are welcome to meet with our staff about questions of faith and purpose on an individual or a group basis. Whether initiated by homesickness, grief over the loss of a loved one, discerning one’s values and virtues, or questioning one’s purpose in life, college is a time for spiritual and academic development. Students should feel welcome to request spiritual guidance and direction. Spiritual Life is also home of Gulls Pause, our meditation initiative.

Contact us at 978-232-2163 or visit endicott.edu/spirituallife.

Housing & Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to working with students to create a lively, unique, and civil residential community that complements the academic mission of the College. Our residential communities provide an opportunity for you to meet and form connections with fellow students. Through these interactions, we hope that you will develop lifelong friendships and will be encouraged to grow and learn about yourself. The residence life staff is made up of active and enthusiastic Endicott community members who work with individual residents and the community as a whole to make each hall feel like home.

Contact us at 978-232-2141 or visit endicott.edu/residencelife.

 
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Become a Gull Today!

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.

Save the Date!

Virtual Accepted Student Day is April 10.

More details and registration info coming soon.