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Valuable evaluation and assessment techniques are used at Endicott College to ensure the continued improvement of the student experience and the efficacy of the College’s curriculum and delivery methods.
The Division of Academic Success has two student leadership groups—the Tutoring & Writing Center’s Peer Executive Board and the Center for Academic Coaching’s FMC— giving students the opportunity to become leaders in the community.
Endicott College's Van Loan School of Professional Studies hosts monthly virtual parent cafes for its students, allowing the members of our student community who are also parents to learn and socialize together while also learning about the resources provided by the College and its partners.
Erin Brophy ’22 gains a different perspective on sustainability while studying abroad in Madrid.
Endicott’s Division of Academic Success knows that lifelong learning and collaborative partnerships offer myriad benefits to staff and students. Relationships with industry organizations provide opportunity and engagement in the now—and future.
Single parents enrolled in the Van Loan School of Professional Studies are encouraged to apply for a single parent scholarship.
We’ve asked alumnus Ryan Heidorn M’12, co-founder of Steel Root, to share his top five tips on how we can be more #CyberSmart.
When the Center for Academic Coaching partners with students, goals are generated, plans are executed, and growth is achieved. None of this is possible without the coaches. Four of them have been helping students attain success for 15 years or more.
Riu was selected by the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) amongst thousands of peer tutors across the nation for her hard work and dedication to supporting all students and employing inclusive tutoring practices.
Two researchers advocate for higher education institutions to harness the strengths of its veteran student populations, while also balancing the conversations regarding this population.