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Housing and Residence Life

Our residential communities provide an opportunity for you to meet and form connections with fellow students. Through these interactions, we hope that you will develop lifelong friendships and will be encouraged to grow and learn about yourself. The Residence Life staff is made up of active, and enthusiastic Endicott community members who work with individual residents and the community as a whole to make each hall feel like home.

Each residential community is a collective effort of the staff and the residents a place where everyone can live and learn together. An important principle guiding community living is fostering the concept of individual freedom and accountability - one which encourages students to clearly articulate their needs and then join together to work toward mutually beneficial solutions. The halls are a place for residents to develop leadership skills, engage in stimulating discussions, learn from others in a multicultural context, and of course, have fun!

Our goal is for residents to leave Endicott feeling they have developed the skills and experience needed to be successful in our increasingly complex society.

Housing Options

From cozy converted mansions to multi-level residence halls and apartment-style living, we have a wide selection of housing opportunities on campus.

Move-In and What to Bring

Deciding which items are a “must-have” for your on-campus residence is an important decision. Our checklist includes recommended items to bring to Endicott.

In Video

First Year Housing Experience
What is it like coming to live at Endicott for the first time? Take a peek at some of our different available residence halls and hear what the first year experience is like as a Gull.