Commencement 2018

Welcome to Commencement, Class of 2018!

Your hard work, dedication, and hours of studying are about to pay off. Commencement 2018 marks the beginning of the next phase of your life - and it recognizes all you have accomplished here at Endicott.

You're almost there.

Be proud. Celebrate. But first, make sure you do everything required to be able to participate in all commencement activities. Please refer to Commencement Connection for comprehensive information about logistics, schedules, and next steps. Also, be sure to check these pages regularly for new information and updates.

Undergraduate College Commencement Connection

Van Loan School Commencement Connection

Endicott College's 78th Commencement Exercises
The 2018 Commencement speakers will be announced in spring 2018!

Undergraduate College - Saturday, May 19, 2018 at the Stadium on campus at 10:30 a.m.

Van Loan School - Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Stadium on campus at 6 p.m.
Follow along using the hashtag #GullsGraduate!

Don't forget...

Graduation Application

You must submit the graduation application in order to graduate - whether or not you are planning to attend Commencement.

Graduation Application

Parking

Parking is always at a premium at Endicott, especially during Commencement. Be sure to plan ahead and check the website and social media channels for parking plans.

Reserved parking for barrier free guests will be available on campus through a Parking Reservation Form. Check the Undergraduate College Commencement Connection or Van Loan School Commencement Connection for more details.

Alumni Walk

Make your mark on Endicott—literally! Reserve a commemorative brick on Alumni Walk.

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

The 2017 Endicott Commencement Speaker was Jonathan Blodgett

Since his first election in 2002, Essex County District Attorney Jonathan W. Blodgett has been a leader in confronting a range of critical issues in our region, including the heroin and opioid epidemic, domestic violence, underage drinking, and gun violence. Both through prosecution and partnerships with schools, police, and community leaders, Mr. Blodgett has been fighting to promote safe communities, protect the rights of victims, and hold criminals accountable for their crimes.

The 2017 Van Loan Commencement Speaker was Libby Moore

Libby Moore, Class of 1986 is a certified life coach, international speaker, adventurer, and super connection maker who loves helping people reconnect to possibility in their lives and careers. She is a mentor to many, including college students, millennials, and women and girls at the Rikers Island correctional facility.

Contact Us

Undergraduate School contact:
Barbara Lucier
Office of Student Affairs
978-232-2206
Van Loan School contact:
Ashley Drinkwater
Assistant Director, Marketing and Recruiting Van Loan School
978-998-7718
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