The transition from military to civilian life is challenging, but Endicott College is here to help with a welcoming culture and staff who have been in the same position.
The 2019 Endicott College Commencement ceremonies were held on May 23, for the Van Loan School, and May 25, for the Undergraduate College, at Hempstead Stadium.
Men’s volleyball player and business management and biotechnology student shares a bit about his Endicott experience.
Luke Reynolds and Cameron Elizabeth Molinare ’19 set to be faculty and student speakers at this year’s Baccalaureate and Undergraduate Commencement.
Noime Alves ’19 and Nicholas Molinari ’12 M’19 set to speak at the Van Loan School at Endicott College Commencement.
Endicott’s Van Loan School is offering summer undergraduate courses May–August in Beverly, Boston, or online. Credits are fully transferrable.
Kerry (Taylor) MacDonald, recipient of Endicott's 2019 Eleanor Tupper Award, and Alisa (Kriekis) de Gaspe Beaubien, recipient of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Award, will be honored at Endicott's upcoming Alumni Reunion Weekend.
On May 25, Paige Shippie will walk across the Commencement stage to receive not her first, but her second, undergraduate bachelor’s degree from Endicott College—this time around in hospitality management.
Endicott College and Beverly Main Streets are pleased to announce that Beverly artist Brian Murphy will be the Arts Fest 2019 featured artist. Murphy is a multi-disciplinary artist whose creative output includes sculpture, mixed media, furniture and painting.
Endicott College will host its 2019 Commencement ceremonies on Thursday, May 23, at 5 p.m. and on Saturday, May 25, at 10:30 a.m.