Thank you for welcoming us into your home.
Welcome to Endicott College’s virtual Accepted Students Day. As you know, COVID-19 has affected everyday life around the world—including the opportunity to celebrate your acceptance to Endicott. While I’m disappointed that we cannot host you on Endicott’s picturesque grounds, I am thankful that with technology, we have the opportunity to visit YOUR home and bring all that the College has to offer to you through this virtual experience.
The most valuable of the College’s features is our academic model—innovative in its programming, rigorously taught by our esteemed faculty, and centered around experiential learning, outside the classroom. And our student outcomes are astounding:
- 99% career outcomes rate
- 76% of our graduates have received full-time employment within six months
- 32% are pursuing continuing education opportunities
- And finally, 90% of those graduates are in an industry specifically related to the academic major they studied at Endicott
Our message is clear: the diverse academic programs in the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Business, Communication, Education, Hospitality Management, Nursing, Sport Science & Fitness Studies, and Visual & Performing Arts—combined with our nationally-recognized internship program—will deliver on Endicott’s promise to produce career-focused, career-ready graduates.
Please enjoy your one-on-one time with the College’s admission directors through virtual visits, webinars with academic deans where you can ask questions about your field of study, and storytelling from students who have lived and breathed Endicott and want you to have that same life-changing experience.
Although we cannot physically be with you this Acceptance Students Day, we hope you will explore these virtual experiences to learn more about our immense academic programming, nationally-renowned internship program, entrepreneurial culture, and the key differentiators that set Endicott apart from other institutions.
I wish you good health, and look forward to welcoming our future Gulls at move-in day this fall.
Hear from our academic deans and campus leaders about what an Endicott degree means in the real world.
Monday, April 6
- School of Arts & Sciences, STEM
- School of Arts & Sciences, Humanities
- School of Arts & Sciences, Social Sciences
Tuesday, April 7
Wednesday, April 8
Thursday, April 9
Friday, April 10
Julie SandersBiology and biotechnology major Julie Sanders is living proof that having your original plans change isn’t always a bad thing. Join her as she looks back on the past four years and encourages the Class of 2024 to embrace new experiences.
Nick GraceOur seniors may be finishing up their Endicott journey at home, but they have accomplished some truly incredible things on campus and beyond over the past four years. Hear from marketing major and photography minor, Nick Grace as he looks back on his time at Endicott and how he landed a dream internship.
One of the most significant financial commitments you will make in your life is investing in college. To help you through the process, Financial Aid staff are available to discuss your questions as you look to make your decision. Click to connect today or in the days to come. A member of our financial aid team will contact you.
Academic Resources & Support
We are here to make sure your academic journey at Endicott is a successful one. The Division of Academic Success, located in the Diane M. Halle Library, provides services and programs to help students become happier, more successful Gulls. Services include tutoring, academic coaching, writing support, accessibility services, advising, and more. Our staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and is here to answer any questions you may have.
So, What's Next?
Pay Enrollment Deposit
Say Yes to Endicott!
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
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 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.
Get to Know Your Fellow Gulls
Meet your fellow classmates by joining the official Class of 2024 Facebook Group. Parents and guardians can join their dedicated Facebook group as well. Have questions? The Admission team is here to help.
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.