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Bringing Salem Witch Trials to Educators with NEH Grant

Endicott College has secured a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to host a three-week summer 2020 seminar for educators on the Salem witch trials.

Collaborative Research: The Endicott Way

With a history steeped in experiential learning and personal enrichment, Endicott College is leading the way in faculty and student research collaboration.

Opportunities for the Entrepreneurial-Minded

Endicott offers many opportunities for students and alumni to grow as entrepreneurs.

Endicott College School of Hospitality Management Prepares Students for Careers Locally & Abroad

A unique hospitality education at Endicott prepares students for careers both locally and abroad.

Endicott Helps Students Land Careers in Professional Sports Arena

The sport management program at Endicott prepares its students for roles in professional sports.

Environmental Science Course Goes Digital

Endicott’s Environmental Biology & Field Study and Oceanography courses utilize iNaturalist app and add to worldwide network of observations.

Endicott Students Experience All Phases of Broadcast Journalism in Exciting Weekend Workshop

The students learned the ins and outs of putting a news show together, and their finished product aired on Lynn Community Television.

Five Ways to Crush Spring 2019 Semester Thanks to Academic Success

Don’t fall behind this semester. If you need any help, Endicott College’s Division of Academic Success will steer you in the right direction.

Stories from Soundings: Evolution of the Division of Academic Success

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.

On-Campus Research Project Builds Real-World Experience for Abby Keim ’19

Working as a research assistant alongside Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. Alefiya Albers, has proved to be beneficial for Abby Keim '19 in more ways than one.
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