Welcome from the Office of Institutional Advancement at Endicott College. Our office is dedicated to the advancement of Endicott and developing financial support for programs and initiatives at the College. We seek out support from our alumni, parents, friends, foundations and corporate partners to further academic programs, athletics and capital projects as Endicott continues its growth and advances its standards. There are many ways to be involved as a member of the Endicott College community and offer support.
The Scholarship Endowment Campaign is raising funds for a special Auxiliary Scholarship fund that will allow Endicott to grant $250,000 each year over and above its yearly scholarship grants to students who find themselves in financial difficulty. Philanthropic support received for this campaign will reduce students' financial burdens and allow them to focus on their talents and goals.
The Life Sciences/Business Center Campaign has been established to construct a state-of-the-art building that will support and enhance our rapidly-expanding Biotech/Life Sciences program and our long-established Business program. An Entrepreneurship Center will be included to support the expansion of the Entrepreneurial Program that has been a major growth area in the Business School. The 67,000-square-foot building officially opened in September 2013, and benefits students, faculty, Endicott interns, local companies, community organizations and schools with its cross-pollinating training and incubator facilities.
Endicott College would like to thank the Cummings Foundation/One World Boston for its support of the Life Sciences/Business Center Campaign.
In honor of Endicott College's 75th Anniversary, an Alumni Gift Challenge, has been established this year by Ginger Judge '51. This is the first Alumni Gift Challenge in the College's history. Ginger will match Alumni gifts of any size, up to $500,000! The funds generated by Ginger's challenge will double the opportunities of the many initiatives supported by Endicott alums.
The Endicott Fund helps benefit the Endicott Community by raising funds to offer support for Financial Aid, Student Services, Research and Academic Support, Faculty Salaries, and improvements to programs that define an Endicott education.
The Parents' Fund, part of the Endicott College Annual Fund, is a year long effort to raise money from parents of current and former students to support various activities, programs, and initiatives on campus enhancing the Endicott experience.
The Gull Club was instituted as a way for athletic alumni, parents of athletes, and friends of the College to support Endicott's growing athletic programs. The Gull Club allows the financial support necessary to keep our student-athletes competing at the highest possible level.
Planned Giving can be a wonderful way to give. Planned gifts can include gifts made through wills, bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and charitable lead gifts. Planned gifts can provide benefits to donors and their families such as income for life, income tax savings, and a reduction in estate taxes.
The Office of Institutional Advancement is committed to working with alumni and donors to meet your philanthropic needs and provide the appropriate recognition for your gifts. Donor support is critical to the continued success of Endicott College and we appreciate your help.