Join Stephanie Scarcella, jazz singer, as she performs ballads and standards from the jazz era at Endicott College’s free Fridays in the Rose Series on Friday, October 5.
Jessie Jean Stinnette, American freelance dance artist and yoga instructor with professional artistic experience in the US, UK, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, will teach a master class at Endicott College on Tuesday, October 2.
Motivated and ready to make a change, Folsom-Fraster gathered 10 students of various backgrounds, genders, and ethnicities to create an Endicott version of the Take the Lead PSA. The goal of Endicott’s PSA is to initiate a conversation about race, sexuality, and homophobia and get people to feel comfortable talking about these divisive issues.
Endicott College will host Boots to Business Reboot, a free entrepreneurship training program for veterans and their spouses on September 27.
Mark your calendar for Endicott’s Homecoming and Family Weekend on September 21-23, 2018
The multifaceted circus-style show "Gravitational Fool", a remarkable performance by singer-songwriter Brian King, backed by his neo-cabaret band, What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?, and aerial silks performers, comes to Endicott on September 27.
Singer-songwriter Brian King, violinist Nathan Cohen, and guitarist Joe Cardoza will preview selections from their neo-cabaret, alt-rock show "Gravitational Fool" during Fridays at the Rose.
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.
The M. A. In Interior Architecture graduates present their 2018 thesis exhibition, with a reception on September 13.