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New Student Orientation

We look forward to welcoming you to campus during our orientation program. You will have the opportunity to meet other members of your class, engage with current Endicott students, interact with various faculty and administrators, and learn about Endicott's academic and community expectations.  

New Student Forms 

Student Health Form 2022-23

Meningococcal Disease and Vaccination Waiver

New Student Checklist

Stay on top of your to-do's with our new student checklist. Check back each month to make sure you're up to speed on the items you need to complete before you begin your Endicott experience. Notice that while only some tasks are required, all are encouraged.
  • May


    May 1:
    Get Connected! Join the “Official Endicott College Class of 2026” group on Facebook.

    May 10: Register for summer orientation and review the Summer Orientation Schedule.

    May 20: Review housing options for first-year students. Visit to read about each residence hall and the living learning communities available.

    *May 24: Activate your Endicott email. The email address used throughout your admission process will receive an email with instructions on how to set up your Endicott email.

  • June

    June 10: Summer Orientation Registration Deadline. The link to register can be found on

    June 18: Check for an email from your Orientation Leader (OL). Your OL is an important resource for you throughout the summer and your first semester at Endicott.

    June 20-22: Attend Summer Orientation. This day-long session will be an opportunity to familiarize yourself with campus, meet faculty and staff, and get to know your future classmates. Attendance at the Summer Orientation session is strongly encouraged for first-year students and their family members.

    June 24: Review Payment Plan Options for Tuition. Visit for more information.

    June 30: Onboard Retreat Registration Deadline. The three-day, two-night retreat is for new students to create friendships and prepare for life at Endicott. The cost of participation is $150. Six retreats will be offered throughout June, July and August. Space is limited and registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Visit for dates and more information.

  • July


    *July 1: Health Form and Immunization Record Deadline. Submit the health form and immunization record to the Wellness Center at Endicott College by email: or fax: 978-998-8004. Forms can also be mailed to the Wellness Center at Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915.

    *July 1: Submit your Gull Card picture. Log into your Gull Card Portal and upload your photo using your Endicott email address and password at If you have any questions or need the link resent, contact the Gull Card office at

    July 1: Tuition bills are sent out today. Payment is due August 1. 

    *July 8: Download Office 365. All Endicott students are provided Office 365. Check your Endicott email for download instructions.

    July 15: Accessibility Services Deadline. Visit to review Accessibility Services and submit any accommodation requests.

    July 15: Sign up for Academic Coaching. Consider signing up to meet regularly with a professional academic coach. Set goals, build skills, and discover your unique path to academic success. This is a fee-for-service program. Visit to sign up.

    *July 25: Complete the online health insurance waiver. You will be billed for health insurance if you do not complete the online waiver form at

    July 25: Review Endicott FERPA Policy. Visit and review the Annual Dependency Disclosure Statement.

  • August


    *August 1: Athletics Medical Clearance Documentation Deadline. All students trying out for a varsity and/or a club sport are required to complete additional athletic medical clearance documentation through the Endicott Athletic Training office. This paperwork is in addition to what the Endicott Health Center requires. The required information and forms can be located at after May 24, 2022.

    August 1: Fall semester tuition bill is due. Contact the Bursar's office with any questions. 

    August 5: Plan Ahead. Contact your roommate(s) to discuss expectations and decide who is bringing certain amenities. Visit to review what to bring and what not to bring.

    August 8: Review Textbook Information. Review your class schedule for textbook information and review book rental and purchasing options with the Endicott Bookstore.

    August 10: Sign up for GradGuard Tuition Refund Insurance. Being unable to complete the semester as planned is not something you can predict. Tuition refund insurance provides a financial safeguard for students and families. Visit for more information.

    August 12: Explore Off-Campus Transportation Options. No car, no problem! Visit to review the off-campus shuttle schedule.

    *August 15: Submit Your Official High School Transcript. Request your official high school transcript that shows your graduation date to be submitted to the Admission Office.

    August 17: Review Counseling and Health Services. Visit to learn more.

    August 19: Review Federal Work Study Eligibility. If you were offered a Federal Work Study as part of your financial aid package, please plan on attending the Federal Work Study Job Fair in September and complete the forms required to work on campus (I-9, W-4, and Direct Deposit). Forms can be found on MyEndicott under Financial Aid. Please remember that the I-9 form requires an original passport, birth certificate, or social security card (copies will not be accepted).

    *August 22: Deadline to complete AlcoholEdu and SAPU. Login information and instructions coming soon.

    August 22: Add Money to Your Gull Card. Visit to learn about all the ways you can use your Gull Card and access the Gull Card Portal.

    *August 25: Review Move-In Information. The move-in day schedule and information can be found at

    August 27: Sign up for ECAlerts. Stay up-to-date on campus and weather emergencies. Visit to sign up.

    *August 27–August 30: Attend Fall Orientation. Attendance at the Fall Orientation session is mandatory for all first-year and new transfer students.

    August 31: Happy First Day of Classes!

  • September

    September 6: Join an Intramural Team. Visit to learn more about intramurals and how to sign up.


    September 9: Make a Tutoring or Writing Center Appointment. Develop quality study skills, master course content, and reap the benefits of an individualized learning experience. Peer and professional tutors are available to assist all students at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming and outlining to revising and presenting. Appointments are free and offered online. Visit to sign up for an appointment.


    September 16: Complete Roommate Agreement Form. Contact your Resident Assistant (RA) to complete this form with your roommate(s).


    September 30–October 2: Attend Homecoming & Family Weekend. Invite your family to join the weekend festivities. Visit for more information.

Transition of Care

If you have previously received treatment for a mental health condition, there are several things you can do to continue to stay healthy throughout college. Please see the Transition of Care Guide to make your move from both high school and home as smooth as possible. As you review this guidance, it is helpful to remember that many of these areas can also be applied to other chronic or ongoing medical conditions.  

Important Reminder

Proof of vaccination and any questions should be sent to Learn more about our COVID-19 Policies & Procedures here.

Van Loan School Orientation

Newly enrolled Van Loan School students can easily access our Online Orientation. Meet your advisors and programs directors, and learn how we can help throughout your entire program.

Have additional questions regarding the Van Loan School's new student orientation? Contact us today!