Commencement 2019 marks the beginning of the next phase of your life—and it recognizes all you have accomplished here at Endicott College. Congratulations to all of our undergraduate and Van Loan School at Endicott College graduates!
Archived Live Footage
The archived video footage of both the Van Loan School and Undergraduate College Commencements are available on-demand to the public courtesy of ECTV.
Photography can be downloaded digitally and prints can be purchased through Zenfolio.
2019 Van Loan School Commencement Photos (coming soon)
Commencement "In the News"Commencement Spotlights:
Make your mark on Endicott—literally! Reserve a commemorative brick on Alumni Walk. If you have any questions about making a reservation for Alumni Walk, please contact Sarah Earnest, director of annual giving, at 978-232-2042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the numbers:
Traditional Undergraduate Students
Of the students expected to graduate:
- 100% took an internship, nursing clinical, or education practicum
- 100% completed senior thesis
- 24% changed major after admission
- 22% declared a minor
- 8% were accepted to the honors program
- 2% participated in an independent study
Breakdown of degrees:
- 79% Bachelor of Science
- 13% Bachelor of Arts
- 8% Bachelor of Fine Arts
By the numbers:
Van Loan School
- 78% are graduate students
- 52% are based on Endicott's main campus, 29% are at offsite locations, and 19% are primarily online
- 22% are adult undergraduate students
Breakdown of undergraduate degrees:
- 60% Bachelor of Science
- 29% Bachelor of Arts
- 11% Associate in Science
Breakdown of graduate degrees:
- 49% Master of Education
- 37% Master of Business Administration
- 9% Master of Science
- 2% Doctor of Philosophy
- 2% Doctor of Education
Keynote speakers for Endicott College’s 2019 Commencement ceremonies will be Emmy Award-Winning Morning Anchor of NBC10 Boston & Host of This Is New England, Latoyia Edwards, and Entrepreneur & CEO of HALO, Garold Miller.
Edwards is celebrating her 14th year working for NBC Universal’s triopoly of NBC10 Boston, NECN, and Telemundo Boston. Her award-winning work has spanned everything from presidential campaigns and Super Bowl victories to high-profile trials. Her reporting on medical breakthroughs won her the Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Coverage Fellowship in Boston, which focuses on public and mental health.
Edwards, a native of Dorchester, graduated magna cum laude from Emerson College with a degree in broadcast journalism. Her anchoring journey began at the MediaONE cable news network, and in 2005 she began reporting for the Boston community with NECN. Edwards is the former president of the Boston Association of Black Journalists and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Under Miller’s leadership, HALO has become the global leader in portable power and in the mobile phone accessories market, with more than 25 million active customers across several countries. HALO’s portable charger product has, on multiple occasions, broken all-time sales records at QVC for most units sold in one day. This year, HALO was acquired by ZAGG. Miller is a major ZAGG shareholder and remains CEO of HALO.
In addition to his work with HALO, Miller has had several hundred patents and trademarks accredited to his name.
How do we quantify student success here at Endicott? It’s easy. Three internships plus professional development with the guidance of invested and connected faculty and advisors equals career-ready graduates eager to make an impact in their respective industries. The data speaks for itself but the stories are much more interesting to read.
Find out how our Commencement traditions came to be.
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