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Gull Parent & Family Resource Page

The Office of Student Transitions & Family Programs focuses on developing lasting relationships with students and families that begin at acceptance and extend through commencement. Parents and families are important partners in helping us support students throughout their entire Endicott experience. 

In addition to supporting parents and families, we plan and coordinate Orientation for new and transfer students and push forward first-year and second-year experience initiatives and programming. Orientation is a vital step for students as they find their place in our community and build critical social skills while meeting fellow students and learning the layout of campus. 

At Endicott, we use the terms “Parent and Family” and “Family Programs” to recognize that support for our students comes from more than just parents. We know that parents, caregivers, guardians, extended family, partners, and friends all help us to support your student during their time at Endicott.

We hope that you’ll make the Gull Parent & Family Resource page your first stop when looking for answers. We will update our page frequently with program information, parent and family resources, and helpful tips. If we don't have the answer, we will connect you to our campus partners that do! 

Go Gulls!

Daniel W. Chapman
Director, Student Transitions and Family Programs
Callahan Center, 106A
dchapman@endicott.edu
978-232-2120

Molly Buckley
Associate Director, Student Transitions and Family Programs
Callahan Center, 106B
mbuckley@endicott.edu
978-232-2607

Quick Links

Important links to our most requested resources.

The following content has been listed to support students and families throughout their entire Endicott experience.
Scenic spring photo from the center of Endicott College's campus

Other Parent Focused Resources:

Night exterior of the Samuel C. Wax Academic Center at Endicott College