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A new study by the Program Evaluation & Research Group (PERG), funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, reports on adaptations and implications of the shift to a non-residential approach in Jeremiah Program Boston, an anti-poverty organization serving low-income college-going single mothers and their children.
Recognizing and supporting the men and women who dedicate their talents, careers, and lives in the service of others is a top priority for Endicott.
Interior design alumnae return to their alma mater for an exhibit featuring the iconic brand—and their employer—Knoll.
Interim President Dr. Katie Barnes announced today the election of Jayne Rice, Richard Hutchinson, and Ayune Michel to the Endicott College Board of Trustees.
Endicott continues to rise in recognition among peer institutions and education industry leaders, according to the latest college rankings released by U.S. News & World Report.
Spiritual Life at Endicott is asking students to take a pledge to pause for 10 minutes a day, sans technology.
Gull2Gull Mentoring Program helps to develop the skillset and careers of current students and alumni.
Endicott begins its 2018-2019 academic year on September 5 with over 2,800 undergraduate students and 2,300 graduate students.
The Class of 2018 honored Craig Sampson by raising over $32,000 for an endowed scholarship.
July 15th is National Ice Cream Day – giving us the perfect excuse to visit Endicott alumnus, Mike Schifino ’09.
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