People's United Bank vice presidents Jack Good and Brian Mason present Endicott Interim President Katie Barnes with a gift from the bank in support of scholarship dollars and the Bourque Arena.
Over 100 students, staff, and faculty to participate in Safe Zone Training before summer’s end.
Donor support continues to aid the College through scholarship support, internship resources, meeting enrollment goals, and numerous impressive rankings that raise the value of an Endicott degree.
Endicott receives a grant of $100,000 through Cummings Foundation’s “$100K for 100” program to fund programs in the College’s Angle Center for Entrepreneurship.
All undergraduate students, like Matt Leighton '18 (pictured) who interned at Fox25 News, are required to complete three experiential learning opportunities.
Joshua McCabe, assistant dean of social sciences, talks about his first book on child poverty and the social policy tied to it.
A total of 72 artists who live in Beverly, go to school in Beverly, or work in Beverly have their works on display all summer in celebration of Arts Fest Beverly, a Beverly Main Streets and Beverly Arts District Event.
Students break out of the classroom and gain in-depth knowledge from Place-Based Immersion Experience course in Salem.
Michael Horvath graduated with a master’s degree from the Van Loan School at Endicott College.