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International Student Admission

Virtual Information Session

Join us for a virtual information session hosted specifically for prospective international students. Learn more about Endicott's unique academic and internship models, active campus life, and the experience of being an international student at Endicott. These live virtual sessions are led by Sarah Gibson, Associate Director of International Admission, and will include current Endicott students. All participants will have the opportunity to ask real-time questions.

Live International Sessions are offered monthly and last approximately 45 minutes.

Schedule Your International Information Session

Application Process

Required items

  • Application
  • Essay
  • Application fee ($50 USD)
    • Note: Students experiencing significant financial hardship may submit a request for an application fee waiver. The fee waiver request must be sent via email directly from a counselor or advisor at your school to sgibson@endicott.edu.
  • Official High School/Secondary School Transcript/Academic Record
    • English translation required if original transcript is not in English. Endicott reserves the right to request internationally educated applicants have their credentials evaluated by a NACES-certified evaluation agency. If it is determined that your credentials need to be evaluated, you will be contacted.
    • Recommended Evaluation Agency: SpanTran
  • Official College/University Transcript/Academic Record (if applicable)
  • Letter of Recommendation (from a teacher, counselor, or advisor)
  • English language test scores* – TOEFL (test code 3369), IELTS, or Duolingo
    Minimum Score Requirements:
    TOEFL: 79
    IELTS: 6.0
    Duolingo: 105
    Note: English language test scores can be waived in some cases. Please submit requests to waive English language test scores to Sarah Gibson at sgibson@endicott.edu.

Optional Items

• SAT/ACT scores
• Resume
• Virtual Interview

Deadlines

Fall Semester: March 15
Spring Semester: December 15

Applications received after the noted deadlines will be considered on a case by case basis.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please make sure your application is complete. The Admission Review Committee will not consider applications until ALL of the materials listed above have been received by the Office of Admission.

For Accepted Students

Enrollment

To enroll at the College, a non-refundable $500 Enrollment/Continuation Deposit must be submitted online via your online portal account at apply.endicott.edu/account. Fall semester deposit deadline is May 1. (For the Spring semester deadline, please email sgibson@endicott.edu)

In addition to submitting your enrollment deposit online, you must complete the Commitment Form online indicating you have read the Enrollment/Continuation Deposit Policy.
The non-refundable Enrollment/Continuation Deposit reserves your space in the incoming class. It also places you on a housing preference list relative to your date of deposit.

I-20 Visa Process

After we receive your deposit, we will contact you to request the necessary information to start the I-20 visa process.

Final Transcript

Before beginning your first semester at Endicott, your high school, secondary school, and/or college/university must send us your final, official transcript/academic record.

Questions?

Please contact:

Sarah Gibson
Associate Director of International Admission
+1-978-232-3197
sgibson@endicott.edu