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Originally from Cape Verde, Celly Gomes is a mother of two young boys and the first of her family to graduate from college—her story is one of perseverance and hope.
Our Reimagine Endicott Task Force is developing plans for a positive return to campus in August with classes resuming as originally scheduled on September 2.
Endicott College is one of 130 local nonprofits to receive grants through the Cummings Foundation’s $20 Million Grant Program. The $300k grant will fund expanded programs at The Colin & Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship.
Endicott College students from the Class of 2020 and faculty have been recognized for their excellence, leadership, and core values with this year's installment of the Senior Awards.
A message from President Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D. to the Endicott College community. It's clear. We denounce all forms of racism and hatred and continue to respect all members of our community.
This year's Annual Parent Autism Conference went virtual and global, hosting 850 participants from 20 different countries and 36 U.S. states.
Sophie Shimansky ’22 is a sophomore obtaining her B.S. from Endicott College’s School of Nursing—like all of us, she misses being on campus—but she’s adjusting to her new normal.
Our daily routines have been turned upside down by the spread of COVID-19, and many of us are learning how to adapt to an unfamiliar, work-from-home, situation.
Endicott is committed to providing frequent updates to our community. This is what we know as of April 10, 2020.
“These drastic times demand the response of colleagues and everyone in the community who can do their part to help,” says Endicott School of Nursing Dean Nancy Meedzan.
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