Founded in 1939 and based on the idea that higher education should combine theory with practice, Endicott has grown from a graduating class of 20 in 1941, to more than 1,230 students receiving Associate's, Bachelors, Master's and Doctoral degrees in 2018.
Since its founding, Endicott has offered academic programs that combine a dynamic career focus with a traditional liberal arts education. Experiential learning is still our hallmark, as we continually enhance our program offerings to meet the needs of today's students – and tomorrow's. We're proud to offer a variety of innovative undergraduate and graduate programs backed by world-class student services and support.
The Endicott College Research Center conducts research and evaluation designed to inform educational policy and leaders at the state, national, and international levels using a variety of instruments. The Office of Institutional Research, as part of the Endicott Research Center, provides statistics and information to support the College in meeting its mission.
The Internship and Career Center at Endicott is a resource to help students understand the relationship between academic experiences, internship opportunities, and career choices. As you begin shaping your career plan, we are here to help you assess your values, interests, and skills to make informed decisions about your future.
Students and alumni have exclusive access to thousands of jobs and internships through our premier job search tool, Handshake.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Student services for all your on campus needs including transportation, dining, technology, the bookstore, mail, student affairs, and your Gull Card.
With oceanfront residences, top-notch amenities, and a variety of housing options to choose from, it's no wonder more than 90 percent of students live on campus.
All first-year students are placed into the First-Year Area, composed of eight buildings located within close proximity to one another. The First-Year Area provides new students the opportunity to adjust to college together in a supportive and vibrant environment with focused programming and college support.
The Diane M. Halle Library, located in the heart of the campus, is a major academic support unit for the undergraduate College and the Van Loan School. The library is a hub of information resources, a helpful source for individual inquiry, and a welcoming gathering place for students, staff, and faculty alike.
Our mission is to be responsive to the needs of the Endicott community as we provide support in the use of current technologies and leadership in the evaluation and adoption of new and innovative ones.
Supervised by a board certified physician, our medical team is focused on providing quality, patient-centered care. Explore the broad range of health services and resources available for Endicott students.
Our picturesque, 235-acre oceanfront campus is situated 20 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts.
Wake up early and get a lift in before class. Lace up your ice skates and head over to the ice arena for open skate. Bring a group of friends to the aerobics room for a yoga, Zumba, or body shaping class. Endicott’s athletic facilities are at your disposal.
Endicott has more than 50 clubs and organizations geared for academic enrichment, special interests, and social interaction. Join us every semester for our community involvement fair to find out how you can join clubs and organizations.
Endicott College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).