Endicott College

Beverly, MA

Endicott College

Beverly, MA

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Undergrad Visual Arts

A place that creatively inspires and invigorates

State-of-the-art facilities on a picturesque oceanfront campus; can you imagine a better place to inspire creativity and kick-start your career journey in the arts?

The synergy at Endicott creates inspiring conditions for promoting and developing careers in studio art, graphic design, art therapy, photography, dance, music, theater, architectural studies, and interior architecture. Career development in the arts and design at Endicott includes advanced studio practice, leadership skills, engagement with social and cultural issues, and partnering with individuals and organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. Deeply woven into the fabric of the arts at Endicott is the philosophy that experiential learning, studio skills, and history/theory are inseparable, and that these components, combined, help our students successfully compete in the rapidly changing arts industry.

Accreditation by three independent associations means Endicott exceeds the standards of other institutions. The College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), the School of Visual & Performing Arts is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), and the Interior Architecture program by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).

At Endicott, you'll find camaraderie and community at every turn. We offer more than 50 different clubs and organizations to be a part of. And for those wanting to give back, our community service opportunities are plentiful, with more than 50% of students participating. We are also a proud NCAA Division III member featuring 21 varsity and six club teams plus a thriving intramural scene. With so much going on, it’s easy to see why more than 90% of our students stay on campus during the weekend in one of our 36 unique residence halls. We invite you to learn more, and to make your own Endicott story.



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School of Visual & Performing Arts

Experience the dynamics of an arts and design education in a setting that inspires creativity and invigorates the senses at Endicott College’s School of Visual & Performing Arts. Through a robust studio practice, coupled with theory and research contextualized by art history, Endicott students learn to think creatively, thoughtfully, and critically about the world as they develop meaningful careers.

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “I’ve learned a lot about the creative process and how to push myself as a designer through different classes. We have a lot of theory classes and history classes and other things I know I wouldn’t normally be learning outside of school. The professors at Endicott that pushed me to be better helped me become a stronger designer.”

    • Nicole Noonan
  • “My internship allowed me to gain hands-on experience where I was able to create my own assignments and become familiar with the classroom environment, which helped me when I began to teach college courses.”

    • Paige Greeley
  • “The rigid deadlines, especially in my studio classes, prepared me for the real world. While I was working through one stage of design, I was thinking about the next. This is a skill that has helped me tackle frequent deliverables and manage my time in my career.”

    • Sarah Narburgh
  • “The graphic design program is designed to be extremely interactive, making each day a new and exciting opportunity. Whether it be a hands-on demo, one-on-one feedback with your professor, or a group critique, the faculty push you to discover the talent within you while becoming confident enough to speak thoughtfully about your work.”

    • Olivia Crane
  • “We were required to take a portfolio class where we had to make a portfolio book, as well as an online gallery. This gave me an edge, because when I applied for jobs, I wasn’t just sending JPEG attachments of my work, I had a fully-functioning website that I was able to alter and update on my own.”

    • Ruby Wallace-Ewing