Formally known as Academic Resources and Student Success, the newly named Division of Academic Success has been continuously evolving over the last decade to provide the programs and services that are needed to help students become happier, more successful Gulls.
From Endicott, to LA, to New York, and back to LA—again. Matt Leslie and Susie Castillo know a thing or two about the importance of lending support where it’s due. And it’s all in the name of creative success.
A new study by the Program Evaluation & Research Group (PERG), funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, reports on adaptations and implications of the shift to a non-residential approach in Jeremiah Program Boston, an anti-poverty organization serving low-income college-going single mothers and their children.
When Matt Leighton ’18 walks into the newsroom at NBC5 News in Lebanon, N.H., he has no idea where his day is going to take him. There is no daily routine as a broadcast journalist. He can’t predict whether he will be asked to interview a local political figure, investigate an unfortunate tragedy, or tell the feel good story of the week.
The Van Loan School at Endicott College’s Teaching Fellows Program, which began with seven fellows half a decade ago, has experienced positive growth, now with 37 fellows in 17 school districts across Greater Boston, the North Shore, and Merrimack Valley.