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Discover Endicott, on the oceanfront and just 20 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, the world’s most exciting college town.


Type of SCHOOL: Founded in 1939, Endicott is a private, coeducational, four-year college granting bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees.

Size of Campus: Our 235-acre scenic oceanfront campus is located 32 kilometers (20 miles) north of Boston in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Number of Students: 2,850 undergraduate students; over 2,400 additional students are enrolled in graduate and professional studies programs; 91% of students live on campus in a variety of residential buildings, including mansions, traditional residence halls, townhouses, and suite-style housing. (Undergraduate international population is 3%.)

Number of Faculty: 102 full-time and 196 part-time faculty members yield a 13:1 student-faculty ratio. Average class sizes are 18–22 students, with 100% under 40 students, 95% fewer than 30, and 59% fewer than 20.

Colleges, Programs, and Degrees:
Degrees awarded: BA, BFA, BS, EdD, MA, MBA, MEd, MFA, MS, PhD
Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges

Geographic Diversity: Students represent 38 US states and 35 countries.

International Student Services: The School of Undergraduate International Education provides services that include counseling, advising, and assistance with cultural adjustment. Orientation programming, an intercultural club, the writing center, tutoring services, and peer mentors add to a supportive campus environment.

International Student Budget: 2017–2018
Tuition $31,454
Room and Board $14,900
Curricular Fee $700
Health Insurance $2,558
Total $49,612
Books, personal expenses, and travel costs are not included and vary by student.

Financial Aid: Scholarships awarded based on academic achievement—no additional application necessary; need-based financial aid is available for eligible US citizens and permanent residents.

Test Score Requirements: TOEFL—minimum 79 (iBT); the College will also accept an IELTS score of 6.0 or better. SAT or ACT scores are recommended but not required. For sending TOEFL or SAT scores, Endicott’s code is 3369; for ACT, the code is 1824.

Application Deadlines and Fees: Fall semester: March 15; spring semester: December 15; application fee: $50; accepted students must submit an enrollment deposit by May 1. 

Baccalaureate Programs
• Accounting
• Applied Mathematics
- Actuarial Science
• Art Therapy
• Athletic Training
• Bioengineering
• Biology and Biotechnology
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Business Management
• Communication
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice
• Digital Media
- Digital Filmmaking
- Digital Journalism
• Education
- Early Childhood Education Teacher Licensure
- Educational Studies
- Elementary Education Teacher Licensure
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Engineering
• English
- Creative Writing
- Literature and Language
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Entrepreneurship
• Environmental Science
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Exercise Science
• Finance
• Graphic Design
• History
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Hospitality Management
- Events Management
- International Hospitality Management
• Hotel Management
- Business
- Hotel Event Sales
- Hotel Operations and Consulting
- Property Management
• Interior Design
• International Business
• International Studies
• Liberal Studies
• Marketing
• Marketing Communication/Advertising
• Mathematics
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Nursing
• Photography
• Political Science
• Psychology
• Sport Management
• Studio Art
- 2D in Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking
- 3D in Ceramics, Sculpture, and Installation
- Art Education Teacher Licensure
- Intermedia: Digital Media and Mixed Media

• Business Administration
• Education
• Homeland Security Studies
• Information Technology
• Interior Architecture
• Nursing

Doctoral Programs
• Applied Behavior Analysis
• Educational Leadership
• Nursing

Discover Endicott, where a diverse group of 2,850 undergraduate students from 38 US states and 35 countries are exploring options and expanding their horizons. With the benefits of a core liberal arts curriculum, professional studies, and required internships, Endicott’s students are well prepared to face the challenges of their professional lives. Small class sizes facilitate a supportive and personal learning environment across a wide variety of disciplines in our bachelor’s degree programs. Offering master’s degree programs in Business Administration, Education, Homeland Security Studies, Information Technology, Interior Architecture, and Nursing and doctoral programs in Applied Behavioral Analysis, Educational Leadership, and Nursing, the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies enrolls over 2,400 students. 

Experiential learning/internship program: the competitive edge
Required internships are perhaps the most noteworthy feature of Endicott’s academic programs. As the first college in the United States to require internship experiences for all students, Endicott has developed a program that is unique and distinctive. Students in all majors have the opportunity to acquire firsthand experience, sharpen their insights, gain confidence, and increase their skills at internships related to their career goals. Internship sites in Boston, throughout the United
States, and around the world ensure students achieve a blend of practical as well as academic expertise in their chosen fields.

Over 53% of the members of the Class of 2016 received their first career position at one of their three former internship sites. The Career Center and Internship Office work collaboratively to share resources and integrate internships with employment opportunities.

Campus environment
Endicott’s academic facilities feature a communication studio; computer, nursing, and science laboratories; and technology-enhanced classrooms. The Judge Science Center/Gerrish School of Business opened in the fall of 2013. Features include state-of-the-art integrated teaching and research laboratories; chemical analysis, computer science, and robotics laboratories; case study classrooms; the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship; and a 150-seat auditorium. The Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts was completed in January 2009 and features a 250-seat performance hall, a 100-seat black box theater, a museum-quality gallery, various studios, and Macintosh com
puter labs. La Chanterelle, the nontraditional classroom for the School of Hospitality Management, offers hands-on restaurant management training. The Post Sports Science and Fitness Center is home to both athletic and recreational activities as well as classroom and laboratory space. Endicott’s competitive athletic programs captured six conference championships during the 2016–2017 season. Endicott continues a strong tradition of pride in all Division III athletic programs.

On a campus of 56 buildings, 30 residence halls, tranquil ponds, rolling lawns, and three private beaches, Endicott is a vibrant part of Massachusetts’s historic North Shore. This waterfront campus, located just a short train ride from Boston, creates a strong community through student organizations and activities. Students enjoy social, cultural, and educational programming through campus events as well as attractions in nearby Boston. Frates Hall opened for the 2016–2017 academic school year for predominantly freshman students.

The global perspective
Endicott recognizes the importance of providing graduates with intercul
tural competencies that will prepare them personally and professionally for life in an interdependent global community. The School of Undergraduate International Education serves as a resource for students who wish to study abroad, international students on the Beverly campus, and the entire community. International peer mentors and student clubs encourage an appreciation of cultural diversity on campus and around the world. The study abroad program offers opportunities worldwide for both month- and semester-long programs.

International students must submit admission materials for the fall term by March 15. We may continue to accept applications after that date; however, traditionally our class reaches capacity by early April. The deadline for spring semester applications is December 15. We typically notify candidates of an admission decision within four to 10 weeks. Application requirements include an official secondary school transcript with senior year first quarter/marking period grades, a letter of recommendation, and a personal essay. The TOEFL or IELTS is required for all students whose native language is not English. When reviewing applications, the Admission Committee will also consider a student’s overall background and unique strengths and accomplishments. While the Office of Admission does not require interviews, we strongly encourage students to visit campus or be in contact with the office throughout the application process.