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Record-Breaking Year: Endicott Looks to Finish Strong

2018 was a banner year for Endicott giving.
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.

The end of fiscal year 2018 is arriving fast, but it’s not too late to impact the lives of Endicott College students for years to come.

Thanks to donor support, it was a banner year for Endicott throughout the 2017-18 academic year. Continued support by June 30 will ensure students receive the aid they need to build upon that success.

Below are examples from the record-breaking year, and how donor support made it possible.

  • Endicott awarded a record $34 million in scholarship support, ensuring students received the financial aid they need to take full advantage of what the College offers. One way to add to that number is by honoring Dr. Wylie through a contribution to the Dr. Richard E. Wylie Memorial Scholarship Fund.
  • Once again, Endicott was ranked as one of 20 institutions with stellar examples of internship programs by U.S. News & World Report. The College’s nationally-recognized internship model allows students to graduate with a degree and resume to stand out from peers entering the workforce. Donations play a pivotal role in broadening resources for students as they complete their three internships.
  • Alumni giving also is one of the seven indicators measured to rank colleges and universities, which contributed to Endicott jumping 17 spots to No. 34 out of 195 schools in the Northern Regional Universities category of U.S. News & Report’s rankings.
  • By meeting its enrollment goal, Endicott was part of the 35 percent of private colleges in the United States to achieve that status. Endicott is committed to recruiting and enrolling talented and ambitious students to experience its world-class faculty with the resources they need.

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