In a celebration Monday night at Suffolk University, it was announced that Endicott College students completed the most hours of community service during the second annual Boston-area college Community Service Challenge.
Students who will be entering grades 9-12 in the fall and who are interested in creative writing are encouraged to apply for a summer workshop featuring sessions on poetry, fiction, screenwriting, playwriting, humor writing, and young adult writing. Participants will work closely with esteemed Endicott faculty members.
Five Endicott students, all with different majors, left the audience at the annual North Shore Technology Council’s “The State of Technology on the North Shore” event very impressed with their data and presentation on cluster mapping.
Endicott offers many opportunities for students and alumni to grow as entrepreneurs.
Endicott College Radio (EC Radio) celebrates the grand opening of its new studio and first-ever permanent home with a visit from guest speaker and beloved Boston radio personality Julie Kramer.
A unique hospitality education at Endicott prepares students for careers both locally and abroad.
School of Hospitality Management’s innovative Sustainable Tourism course reflects growing demand in hospitality industry.
The sport management program at Endicott prepares its students for roles in professional sports.
Armations: Anthropocene, an Endicott Repertory Dance Ensemble production, will be held Thursday, April 25 through Saturday, April 27.
Regional technology executives, students, and others will gather for the fourth annual installment of the North Shore Technology Council’s (NSTC) annual research series.