Endicott College Facts
Undergraduate Fees: The tuition for 2013-2014 is $28,426.
Room & board are $13,464.
Location: The College is located on a scenic oceanfront
campus situated 20 miles north of America's college "capital", Boston.
Campus: The campus consists of 235 acres with 53 buildings
and 28 residence halls surrounded by woods, lawns, lakes and shoreline.
Students: Total undergraduate enrollment for the College is
made up of 2,400 men and women from throughout the United States and around the
world. This year at our Beverly campus a new student class of 650 will be
enrolled from 4,000 applicants.
Class Size: 100% of the classes have fewer than 40 students,
95% are fewer than 30, and 51% are fewer than 20.
Degrees: Endicott offers the following degrees: Doctor of
Education, Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of
Education, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of
Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Arts.
Accreditation: The College is accredited by: the New England
Association of Schools and Colleges, The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic
Training Education, the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, National
Association of Schools of Art and Design, the National League for Nursing
Accrediting Commission, and the Sport Management Review Council of the National
Association for Sport and Physical Education and North American Society for
Internships: Endicott was the first college in the United
States to require internships in every program of study. Three distinct
internships are completed over the course of four years and include two 120 hour
experiences, completed in the winter session of the Freshman and Sophomore
years, and a semester long internship, completed in the spring of Junior year or
fall of Senior year. In connection with their internship experiences, student
participate in on-campus classroom exchange, online threaded discussions,
written assignments, oral presentations, blogs, audio journals, and portfolio
pieces. Historically, 40-45% of our graduates receive their first career
position at one of their three former internship sites.
Campus Life: Housing: Approximately 83% of Endicott students
live on campus. Men's and women's residence halls have coeducational options and
consist of mansions, traditional residence halls, townhouses and apartments.
Student Life: There are over 70 clubs and organizations that
reflect student interests. Opportunities are available from Honor Societies to
volunteer community service activities, music, cultural and social awareness
programs, student leadership organizations and numerous publications. The
College also operates an on-campus pub.
Study Abroad: Endicott partners with foreign institutions
for month or semester long programs which provide a rich international academic
experience and enhance global understanding. EC students have studied abroad in
Australia, China, Costa Rica, France, India, Italy, Spain, South Africa, Taiwan,
and the U.K., among others. Partner institutions include the College for
International Studies in Madrid, Spain, National Chengchi University in Taipei,
Taiwan, Florence University of the Arts and APICIUS International School of
Hospitality in Florence, Italy, Les Roches Hotel Management School in
Switzerland, and Central Queensland University in Australia.
Technology: Endicott’s fiber optic backbone to all
buildings, combined with the latest in Nortel switch and hub equipment, provides
efficient and reliable network service. Wireless access is available throughout
the entire campus. Our video capabilities include local programming, a movie
channel, and a local information system.