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10/27/2016 - College News

Endicott Appoints New Members to the Board of Trustees and Elects new Board Chair

Current Chair Tom Alexander Stepping Down After Six Years. Featuring community members from: Beverly, Swampscott, Beverly Farms and Manchester
10/25/2016 - Arts and Culture

(WORK)Placemakers: Innovators in Design at Endicott College

(WORK)Placemakers: Innovators in Design is a multi-faceted exhibition where industry leaders have come together to share their knowledge and expertise on designing for the evolution of the workplace.
10/24/2016 - College News

Endicott College Opens New Location in Downtown Boston Serving First Generation and NonTraditional College Students

Endicott College Boston is moving to a new, larger Academic Center at 200 Tremont Street.
10/24/2016 - College News

WBZ Talk the Vote Brings Current Issues to a Live Studio Audience at Endicott College

WBZ NewsRadio’s Dan Rea Hosts Guests Panelists to Discuss Presidential Race and Local Ballot Questions
10/14/2016 - Internships and Careers

Harnessing the Networking Potential of Career Center Events

Every day on the Endicott College campus and across the community, students are afforded opportunities to network with potential employers.
10/11/2016 - College News

Endicott College Receives National Recognition for its Groundbreaking Internship Program

Endicott College has been ranked one of 22 institutions with a stellar example of Internships/Co-ops in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2017 rankings.
10/07/2016 - Arts and Culture

Endicott College Drama Club presents Lights of Broadway: Can’t Do It Alone

The Endicott College Drama Club presents its fall musical revue, Lights of Broadway: Can’t Do it Alone, completely directed, acted, and produced by students!
10/06/2016 - Arts and Culture

The Magic of William Meyerowitz: Twentieth Century Master

A retrospective exhibition of Meyerowitz works, organized by Endicott College, is currently on view in the Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery through January 6, 2017.
10/06/2016 - Arts and Culture

Endicott College presents Fridays in the Rose: Vermillion Strings, Friday, October 14

Vermillion Strings is a trio of acclaimed musicians from the Greater Boston area, based out of Salem, MA: Ashley Offret, violin; David Cabral, viola; and Marshunda Smith, cello.