New Student Orientation is the first step in discovering the experience at Endicott College! Through meeting our community, making connections, and learning about a wide variety of choices, orientation will help transition you into life at Endicott. Welcome to your second home!
Have questions or concerns and want to talk to a student who can share information or ideas? Call or text our New Student Hotline at 978-522-0492.
Summer Orientation 2019
Session 1: Monday, June 17, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. for students in the Business, Education, Sports Science & Fitness Studies, and Nursing Schools.
Register for Session 1
Session 2: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. for students in the Arts & Sciences, Communication, Hospitality Management, and Visual & Performing Arts Schools *Students with undeclared majors should attend Session 2.
For the most up-to-date schedule, please use our app. Download “Endicott College Guides” from the App Store and then download “EC Orientation” in the app. Both the student schedule and family schedule are available on the app. Students and family members will spend most of the day apart.
New Student Forms
May 1: Get Connected. Join the “Official Endicott College Class of 2023” group on Facebook.
May 15: Review the Summer Orientation Schedule. Search “Endicott Guidebook” in the App Store and download the Orientation Guide to see the entire schedule and important resources.
May 20: Review housing options for first-year students. Visit endicott.edu/residencelife to read about each residence hall.
*June 1: 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 5: Enroll in the Online Orientation Course. Instructions will be emailed to your Endicott email.
June 10: Check for an email from your Orientation Leader. Your OL is an important resource for you throughout the summer and your first semester at Endicott.
*June 12: Summer Orientation Registration Deadline. The link to register can be found on endicott.edu/orientation.
June 15: Memorize your Endicott ID number. You can find your ID number on your acceptance letter. This number will need to be included on most forms you fill out for the College and is the main form of identification for students.
*June 17: Attend Summer Orientation Session I. Session I is for students that will be studying in the School of Business, School of Education, School of Nursing, and School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies. Attendance at the Summer Orientation session is strongly encouraged for first-year students and their family members. Class registration will be occurring during this session.
*June 18: Attend Summer Orientation Session II. Session II is for students that will be studying in the School of Arts & Sciences, School of Communication, School of Hospitality, and School of Visual & Performing Arts. Attendance at the Summer Orientation session is strongly encouraged for first-year students and their family members. Class registration will be occurring during this session.
June 20: Review Payment Plan Options for Tuition. Visit endicott.edu/financialaid for more information.
*June 24: Housing Preference Form Deadline. The link to complete the form can be found on endicott.edu/orientation.
*June 25: Complete the online health insurance waiver. You will be billed for health insurance if you do not complete the online waiver form at universityhealthplans.com/
*June 28: 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 July and August. Space is limited and registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Visit endicott.edu/orientation for dates and more information.
June 30: Celebrate Graduation. Display your Endicott gear at graduation parties and on social media #Endicott2023 and #ThisIsEndicott.
*July 1: Health Form and Immunization Record Deadline. Submit the health form and immunization record to Family Medicine Associates at email: email@example.com or fax: 978-998-8004. Forms can also be mailed to Family Medicine Associates at Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915.
*July 3: Submit your Gull Card picture. Log into your Gull Card Portal and upload your photo using your Endicott email address and password at gullcard.endicott.edu. If you have any questions or need the link resent, contact the Gull Card office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*July 5: Endicott New Student Inventory Deadline. The link to complete the survey will be sent to your Endicott email.
*July 14: Accessibility Services Deadline. Visit endicott.edu/academicresources to review Accessibility Services and submit any accommodation requests.
July 23: Sign up for Student Support Services. Consider signing up to meet regularly with a professional learning consultant. Set goals, build skills, and discover your unique path to academic success. This is a fee-for-service program. Visit endicott.edu/academicresources to sign up.
July 26: Review Endicott FERPA Policy. Visit endicott.edu/registrar and complete the Annual Dependency Disclosure Statement.
*August 1: Tuition Payment Deadline. Please visit endicott.edu/bursar for payment options and policies. You also may use the Pay Now link at the bottom of your online bill.
*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 ecgulls.com after May 27, 2019.
August 5: Plan Ahead. Contact your roommate(s) to discuss expectations and decide who is bringing certain amenities. Visit endicott.edu/residencelife to review what to bring and what not to bring.
August 8: Set up Parent Portal. The Endicott College Parent Portal system is designed to increase communication by allowing parents access to academic and financial data. The initial password is emailed to the parent/guardian email provided to the Admission Office.
August 9: Review Textbook Information. Review your class schedule for textbook information and review book rental and purchasing options with the Endicott Bookstore. Visit bkstr.com/endicottstore for more information.
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 endicott.edu/bursar for more information.
August 12: Explore Off-Campus Transportation Options. No car, no problem! Visit endicott.edu/shuttle to review the off-campus shuttle schedule and learn about Zipcar at Endicott.
*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 18: Review Counseling and Health Services. Visit endicott.edu/student-life/health-wellness to learn more.
August 20: Review Federal Work Study Positions. If you were awarded Federal Work Study as part of your financial aid package, complete the forms required to work on campus (I-9, W-4, and Direct Deposit), and attend the Federal Work Study Job Fair in September. Forms can be found on MyEndicott under Financial Aid.
August 22: Add Money to Your Gull Card. Visit endicott.edu/student-life/student-services/gull-card 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 endicott.edu/orientation.
*August 26: AlcoholEDU Part 1 and Haven Deadline. Check your Endicott email for instructions on how to access the course. All first-year students are required to complete both courses before move-in.
*August 30: New Student Move-In Day.
*August 30 - September 3: Attend Fall Orientation. Attendance at the Fall Orientation session is mandatory for all first-year and new transfer students.
September 1: Review the Academic Calendar. Visit endicott.edu/registrar to learn all the important dates for the semester.
September 2: Sign up for ECAlerts. Stay up-to-date on campus and weather emergencies. Visit endicott.edu/ecalerts to sign up.
September 4: Join an Intramural Team. Visit ecgulls.com/sports/intramurals-recreation to learn more about intramurals and how to sign up.
September 6: Get Involved. Attend the Community Involvement Fair to meet representatives from all the clubs and organizations on campus.
September 15: Complete Roommate Agreement Form. Contact your Resident Assistant (RA) to complete this form with your roommate(s).
September 10: Make a Tutoring & Writing Center Appointment. Develop quality study skills, master course content, and reap the benefits of an individualized learning experience at no cost. Visit tutortrac.endicott.edu to sign up for an appointment.
September 17: Deadline to Change Meal Plan Selection. Visit endicott.sodexomyway.com/dining-plans to review your meal plan selection for the fall semester.
September 27- September 29: Attend Homecoming & Family Weekend. Invite your family to join the weekend festivities. Visit endicott.edu/homecoming for more information.
Do I have to attend Summer Orientation?Summer Orientation attendance is strongly encouraged for all incoming first year students. It is the best way to familiarize yourself with the campus and get to know your new classmates before you arrive in the fall!
Should my family attend?Yes! We have a program designed specifically for parents/guardians that is separate from the student program. There will be opportunities for them to ask questions; learn about the services, expectations, and activities available at Endicott; meet other parents and College officials; and address concerns they may have about sending you off to college.
Is there anything I need to bring to Summer Orientation?We encourage all students to look over the course catalog prior to coming to Orientation. Please bring a list of possible elective courses that you are interested in for class registration.
Do we have to pay for Summer Orientation?No, there is not a registration fee for Orientation. Lunch is included free-of-charge in the program for all students and family members.
Do transfer students attend Summer Orientation?Transfer students do not attend Summer Orientation, but are required to attend Fall Orientation.
When do we find out who our roommates will be and which residence hall we will be living in for the academic year?You will receive a letter from the Office of Residence Life in August that details your housing assignments. The Housing process for first year students will be explained in detail at Summer Orientation.
Do I have to attend Fall Orientation?Fall Orientation attendance is required for all new students.