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AT A GLANCE

99% of recent graduates are employed full-time or attending graduate school
36% of students study abroad
#1 college in Massachusetts for getting a job when you graduate
235 acres
56 buildings
33 residence halls
3 private beaches

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 20 miles north of Boston in Beverly, Massachusetts.

TRADITIONAL ENROLLMENT:
2,850 undergraduate students; 2,300 graduate and professional studies students
• 12:1 student-faculty ratio
• The average class size is 17 students.
• 91% of students live on campus all four years.
• More than 90% of students stay on campus on weekends. 
• Residence halls include mansions, traditional residence halls, townhouses, and suite-style housing.

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 33 states and 33 countries.

ACADEMIC RESOURCES: The Division of Academic Success offers the Tutoring Center, Writing Center, Advising Services Center, Accessibility Services, and Academic Coaching.

ATHLETICS: NCAA Division III, 21 varsity teams; 97 conference championships, 86 NCAA Tournament appearances; club teams and intramural activities also offered

OUTCOMES AND RANKINGS: 99% of Class of 2018 graduates are employed or attending graduate school. We were ranked as the #1 college in Massachusetts for getting a job when you graduate and #8 nationally by career-expert website Zippia in 2018, as well as the #2 college in the United States for providing career preparation through internships by the Wall Street Journal in 2017.

Undergraduate cost of attendance: (2019–2020)
Tuition$33,304
Room and Board$15,660
Curricular Fee$850
Total$49,814

Books, personal expenses, and travel costs are not included and vary by student.

FINANCIAL AID: Approximately 90% of Endicott students receive more than $53 million in the form of need- and merit-based scholarships, grants, loans, and on-campus employment. 

APPLICATION DEADLINES AND FEES:
Fall semester: Early Action and Early Decision—November 1, Nursing Priority—December 15, Regular Decision—February 15

Spring semester: December 15 

The application fee is $50. Accepted students must submit an enrollment deposit by May 1.

Baccalaureate Programs
School of Arts & Sciences
• Actuarial Science
• Applied Mathematics
• Bioengineering
• Biology & Biotechnology
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice
• Engineering
• English
- Creative Writing
- Literature & Language
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Environmental Science
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• History
- Public History
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• International Studies
• Liberal Studies
• Mathematics
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure
• Political Science
• Psychology

School of Business
• Accounting
• Business Management
• Entrepreneurship
• Finance
• International Business
• Marketing

School of Communication
• Communication
• Digital Media
- Digital Filmmaking
- Digital Journalism
• Marketing Communication/Advertising

School of Education
• Education
- Early Childhood Education Teacher Licensure
- Educational Studies
- Elementary Education Teacher Licensure
- Secondary Education Teacher Licensure

School of Hospitality Management
• Hospitality Management
- Events Management
- Hotel & Resort Management
- International Hospitality

School of Nursing
• Nursing

School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies
• Athletic Training
• Exercise Science
• Sport Management

School of Visual & Performing Arts
• Architectural Studies
• Art Therapy
• Graphic Design
• Interior Architecture
• Photography
• Studio Art
- 2D in Drawing, Painting & Printmaking
- 3D in Ceramics, Sculpture & Installation
- Intermedia: Digital Media & Mixed Media

Fifth-Year Master’s Programs
• Analysis (MEd) 
• Applied Behavior Analysis (MEd) 
• Autism & Applied Behavior
• Bioinformatics (BS)
• Business Administration (MBA)* 
• Education (MEd) 
• Homeland Security Studies (MS)*
• Interior Architecture (MA)* 
• Nursing (MS)*
• Sport Leadership (MS)*

* Endicott graduates qualify for a 20% tuition savings for these programs.

Graduate-level Certificate Programs
• Applied Behavior Analysis
• Autism
• Cybersecurity
• Family Nurse Practitioner*
• Nursing Administrator*
• Nursing Education*
• Social/Emotional Development

* Master’s degree required for Nursing certificates

Discover Endicott College, where a diverse group of 2,850 undergraduate students from 33 states and 34 countries are exploring their 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. Offering master’s degrees in Business Administration, Education, Homeland Security Studies, Information Technology, Interior Architecture, and Nursing—plus doctoral programs in Applied Behavior Analysis, Educational Leadership, and Nursing—the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies enrolls more than 2,300 students.

Academics
All degree programs provide a core liberal arts curriculum combined with a professional focus, resulting in Endicott’s unique integration of theory and practice. Small class sizes and a 12:1 student-faculty ratio allow for individual attention and facilitate a supportive and personal learning environment across a wide variety of disciplines in our bachelor’s degree programs. An honors program offers qualified students the challenges of participating in independent studies, field experiences, and research projects, and the Academic Resources Department provides assistance for succeeding in college study.

Internships
Experiential learning is the competitive edge. Required internships are the most noteworthy feature of Endicott’s academic programs. As the first college in the United States to require internship experiences for all students, our unique four-year internship model makes it possible for you to graduate with a résumé and a degree. Graduates leave with an excellent academic foundation, substantial career experience, and a clear pathway for their futures. Internship sites in Boston, throughout the United States, and around the world ensure students achieve a blend of practical and academic experiences in their chosen fields in three different professional settings.

Campus
Endicott is in a vibrant part of Massachusetts’s historic North Shore. The 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.

Admission
Early Action and Early Decision applicants must submit application materials for the fall term by November 1. The Nursing Priority deadline to apply is December 15. Nursing students may apply Early Action or Early Decision by November 1. Regular Decision applicants must submit applications by February 15. The spring application deadline is December 15. 

Application requirements include an official secondary school transcript with students’ senior first-quarter/marking period grades, a letter of recommendation, and an essay. SAT or ACT scores are optional with the exception of applicants majoring in Athletic Training, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Nursing, and all Secondary Education Teacher Licensure programs. The College requests that scores be sent directly from the ETS (code 3369) or ACT (code 1824).

Although a personal interview is not required for admission, we strongly encourage you to visit Endicott. Explore our campus on a student-guided tour, attend an information session, and learn about who we are. Book an interview and introduce yourself; tell your story—we want to hear it!

Book a visit online
endicott.edu/visit