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.
Today, more than 2,850 traditional undergraduate students pursue degrees on the Beverly campus, and 2,300 students enroll in doctoral, graduate, and accelerated undergraduate programs through the Van Loan School at Endicott College. On the Beverly campus, at our academic center in Boston, and at sites across the region and around the world, students have come to embrace Endicott’s commitment to experiential learning, which combines theory with hands-on, career-related experience.
Research at Endicott College is an important element in the academic programs of our undergraduate and graduate students. For our undergraduates, it is part of the culminating activity for all seniors, each of whom creates an original thesis project that involves in-depth study and discovery research in an area of interest within their major. Throughout their academic careers, students have the opportunity to participate in faculty research or to initiate independent study projects with faculty mentors in their areas of interest.
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.
You will take an internship class your first semester focused on career preparation, professional skill building, and industry research. You will also have a chance to complete an internship your freshman year to gain experience and insight into working in your field.
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Our friendly and supportive administrative staff are available to answer your questions. Find out how to get in touch with our key offices and departments.
Our residential communities provide an opportunity for you to meet and form connections with fellow students. Through these interactions, we hope that you will develop lifelong friendships and will be encouraged to grow and learn about yourself. The Residence Life staff is made up of active, and enthusiastic Endicott community members who work with individual residents and the community as a whole to make each hall feel like home.
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.
We are dedicated to serving the needs of the total learning environment at Endicott College. We are committed to preparing our students for the future and providing the technology tools to do this is no small task; this year over 5,000 unique individuals will use a wide variety of technology systems and services offered by Endicott.
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.
The campus, too, has grown. From the first purchase in 1939 of a handsome estate and Victorian mansion to accommodate both classrooms and living quarters to our current 235 acres and 56 buildings that include academic centers, residence halls, athletic facilities, an arts center, and state-of-the-art technology, today’s Endicott has continued to be a beautiful and supportive environment where students and faculty come together as a true community of learners.
Broaden your collegiate experience by involvement in Endicott's overall health and wellness opportunities. Whether you want to compete in NCAA Division III athletics, club sports, recreational activities, or join an intramural team to have fun and make friends, we encourage you to get involved!
Student Activities oversees all of the clubs and organizations on campus. Endicott has over 50 clubs and organizations that are academically focused, interest-based, and social. There is a Community Involvement Fair every semester for students to join clubs and organizations.
Endicott College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).