An institutional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at Endicott College has led to new programming, staff, and initiatives that enrich the campus community and beyond.
By: Michele Campbell
Photo: Terry Slater
Photo: Terry Slater
Designing Her Own Future on HGTV
Alumna Kristina Crestin teams up with Jonathan Knight of New Kids On The Block for a new renovation program on HGTV, Farmhouse Fixer.
A Lasting Legacy at the Nest
Influenced by countless stories and memories, Missy Welch and Julie Carrier follow in their grandmother’s footsteps to create an Endicott legacy.
For many Endicott alumni, the potential to innovate, advance, and make a difference has pulled them right into the center of local and regional politics.
Reimagining Experiential Learning Through On-Campus Internships
When COVID-19 changed the entire landscape of the corporate world, the Internship & Career Center had to pivot plans for the upcoming academic year.
A Political Skillset
An entry-level or internship position working in government offers a chance to build an enormous skillset that can be taken to any subsequent career. Dale McLennan, Dean of the Internship & Career Center, highlights a few.
Women Students Lead, Empower, Aspire, & Discover
Four first-year students founded Women in LEADership and the Changemakers Conference in 2015, an event launched to convene and celebrate inspirational women trailblazers—while bringing visibility to Endicott College’s diverse entrepreneurial community.
New Initiative Inspires & Empowers Female Gulls
SHE Aspires Higher molds relationships between women on campus and brings them together to discuss important topics.
Gull Chat: Marlin Nabors
Assistant Vice President & Dean of Students Marlin Nabors brings fresh perspective and innovative thinking to the Student Affairs team.
The Virtual Chef
Brendan Cronin, Operations Manager & Associate Professor in the School of Hospitality Management, is known on campus for his enthusiasm for culinary creativity and top-notch hospitality.
Campus Police Officer Reflects on his Experience in the Criminal Justice Program
Campus Police Sergeant Michael Welch A’17 ’21 reflects on his academic journey, earning both an associate and bachelor’s in criminal justice from the Van Loan School of Professional Studies.
Advancing Advocacy Through Education
Three soon-to-be graduates were inspired to further their education to promote advocacy amongst various populations.
Academic Programming that Builds Confidence
Easing the transition into college, a free summer course on the foundations of writing is available for students in Boston.
Student-Athletes Show Leadership During COVID-19
The Endicott College Athletics & Recreation department and their student-athletes have a long history of being role models and leaders on campus, so they readily stepped up to the challenge of keeping their home and fellow Gulls healthy by staffing the COVID-19 Testing Center.
Endicott Student Proves Altruism is a Team Sport
Endicott College student-athlete Jenna Seibold ‘24 spent December 2020 fundraising and generating awareness for the Travis Roy Foundation with Boston University's Sammy Davis.
Endicott’s Strength & Conditioning Program Is Working Out—And Then Some
Endicott College’s strength & conditioning program focuses on the long-term development and performance of Endicott’s student-athletes.
Create Your Endicott College Legacy Today
Connect your legacy to your lifelong values for the benefit of future generations.
Why We Give Back
Endicott’s faculty and staff are highly philanthropic—with 70% making at least one gift during the 2018–19 and 2019—20 fiscal years.
Newly Established Wings Fund Helps Families Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic
Newly-established Wings Fund provides crucial funds for students affected by the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus.
Endicott College Scholarship Gala
We welcome you to join us for the Endicott College Scholarship Gala taking place on June 17. By participating in this inaugural event, you will help raise critical funds to support our multicultural and first-generation students.