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Commencement Ceremonies | COVID-19 Update
As the parent of a current college senior, I recognize the disappointment, anxiety and impact that the pandemic has had on all students, especially our seniors who are so looking forward to the culmination of their academic efforts. We all must remember, however, that our responsibility is to our greater community and the very nature of higher education is one that develops a stronger society, to keep each other safe. We have made the difficult decision to postpone the commencement ceremonies originally scheduled for May. We plan on conferring degrees and to issue electronic versions of diplomas upon completion of coursework. This will allow seniors to complete graduate school applications and apply for employment opportunities. 
However, we are committed to rescheduling the College's commencement ceremonies at a later date with the pomp and circumstance that is due for such a momentous occasion. More details related to the commencement ceremonies and related activities will be forthcoming.
Be well and stay safe.
Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D.

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2019 graduates 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
Undergraduate students walking across the field cheering following Commencement Ceremony

2019 graduates 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
Three Endicott graduate students smiling during Commencement Ceremony

Student success by the numbers

Student Success Stories

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.

76% Endicott graduates employed within 12-months of graduation
29% Endicott graduates land positions through internship sites or contacts
90% Graduates find employment related to their major

Endicott Traditions

Find out how our Commencement traditions came to be.

Do you know why we wear robes to Commencement? Or what the elements on the College seal symbolize?

student holding diploma open at graduation