The goal of Living Learning Communities (LLCs) at Endicott College is to develop academic learning environments within our residence halls, where Endicott students will have the opportunity to pursue academic interests aligned with their social, emotional, and ethical development. Students should ultimately be able to have in- and out-of-class experiences in one location.
Gull Leadership Community
This LLC is for first-year students looking to develop the skills and knowledge to become student leaders and to successfully transition to college life. Students will be connected with different campus resources and have access to plenty of leadership opportunities. Students will be able to live, connect, and learn in Reynolds Hall, a beautiful converted mansion next to the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts.
The Healthy Living LLC is a community committed to supporting students looking to pursue a safe, positive, and healthy lifestyle while in college. This includes learning about mindfulness practices, self-care, yoga, fitness, and balancing school and personal life. While in Healthy Living, residents commit to live free from alcohol, intoxication, tobacco products, drugs, and drug paraphernalia. Healthy Living students will live in Hamilton and Wenham Halls.
Women Empower Community
This LLC is a supportive, inclusive community for women and trans-feminine people looking to learn and grow together in an academically and socially rich environment. Connect with community leaders and learn about a plethora of exciting opportunities to get involved. This community will live in Trexler Hall.
How to apply: In June new students complete the Housing Preference Form, where students will have the opportunity to apply to be part of an LLC. All LLCs cap at 50 students.
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Our incoming Gulls have already begun making lasting memories together. As a part of Onboard Outdoor Adventure I our students took in the sunset at Halibut Point State Park. ￼ #ThisIsEndicott #GoGulls Sign up for session 4 today! https://endi.co.tt/3eZBAnx
College Hall was built for William Amory Gardner (WAG), the nephew of Isabella Stewart Gardner in 1915. Following the passing of his own parents, WAG was raised by his aunt who is famous for her love of the arts and for founding the @gardnermuseum in Boston, Mass. WAG was one of the founders of the @grotonschool , and College Hall, originally called "Stone House" was built as his summer home by architect Henry Richards. Endicott College purchased the building in 1939 and was first used as the main school building as well as a dormitory for the Women's Junior College until the school expanded. #ThisIsEndicott #FlashBackFriday #BuildingsOfNewEngland
It might be a little cloudy here today, but its warm and our Gulls never pass up a chance for a beach day! 🏖️
Join us for Onboard Session Four and connect with others as you share your creative passions and interests and participate in fun activities including painting on peace rock, mindful meditation, yoga, and so much more! Onboard Session 4 - Visual & Performing Arts: Friday, July 30–Sunday, August 1, 2021 Learn more & sign up! https://www.endicott.edu/student-life/new-student-orientation/onboard 📸 @terryoslater