Admitted Student Visit Options: Experience Endicott In-Person or VirtuallyKeep checking this page as additional content, including the opportunity to connect with the deans and faculty for your academic program, will be added over the next several weeks.
There are a variety of options for admitted students to visit and engage with the Endicott community. Visits are offered both in-person and virtually. Join other admitted students and schedule an in-person tour, experience a day in the life of an Endicott Gull, or connect virtually for a Meet & Greet with Endicott students.
Ask the Admission Staff
Virtual meeting with a member of the admission staff
As an admitted student, you may have some specific questions about your major, life on campus, and the next steps in the process. This one-on-one conversation with a member of the admission staff is an excellent way to get those questions answered. These sessions are open to both students and parents/guardians.
New Student Orientation
June 24, 25, and 26, 2024
New Student Orientations will take place June 24, 25, and 26, 2024. This day-long session will be an opportunity to familiarize yourself with campus, meet faculty and staff, and get to know your future classmates. For more information, including a new student checklist, please visit the Orientation site.
One of the most significant financial commitments you will make in your life is investing in college. To help you through the process, Financial Aid staff are available to discuss your questions as you look to make your decision. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 978-232-2070 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find my acceptance letter?
You can download an official copy of your acceptance letter from the admission portal at .
Where can I find my student ID number and email?
When your Endicott ID has been created, it will be sent to the email address you used to apply for admission. Your Endicott email address and login to the student portal (MyEndicott) will come at the end of May/early June.
When do I have to submit my enrollment deposit?
In order to secure your space in the class, you must submit your non-refundable Enrollment Deposit by May 1 (January 10 for Early Decision students). A student’s preference for housing is determined by the date the deposit was submitted. Please see the Enrollment Deposit policy enclosed for details.
Can I defer my offer of admission to next semester or next year?
Yes, deferral requests are determined on a case by case basis. Deadline for deferral requests must be received by July 31, 2024 for consideration. Requests should be sent to email@example.com with plans for the deferral period.
Financial AidWhen will I receive my financial aid offer?
Financial Aid offers are released within four weeks, beginning on January 20, after your offer of admission and provided that you have submitted your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have listed Endicott on the application using code 002148. If additional information is required, or you have been selected for verification, you will be contacted by the Office of Financial Aid via email. Please note that Early Decision applicants will receive their financial aid offer with their offer of admission.
Do I have to apply for a merit scholarship?
No. Qualified applicants are notified if they are offered a scholarship with admission. A minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA on a recalculated 4.0 weighted scale is required for consideration.
Endicott is my first choice, but I’m concerned about the cost. What should I do?
If you are applying for need-based financial aid, please wait to receive your full award before comparing costs. If you have received your full financial aid offer and net cost is still a concern, please contact the Office of Admission to discuss possible next steps.
Housing & Residence LifeHow does the housing and roommate selection process work?
Housing information will be sent with your new student information in early June. Students will be able to express interest in a Living Learning Community and other housing requests. If you would like to request particular qualities in a roommate (i.e. student-athlete, studio art major, etc.) you can do so on the form. Please note: if requesting a roommate, the later deposit date of the roommates will be used to determine housing placement.
Can I live off-campus as a first-year student?
No, unless you plan to live with a family member within a commutable distance. If a student is not living with family locally, they will be required to live on campus.
Am I guaranteed Endicott housing?
Yes. Endicott provided housing is guaranteed for all four years of attendance.
I originally applied as a commuter, but I’d like to live on campus.
Residency changes can be submitted to the Office of Admission until the first day of classes depending on availability. Please direct your request in writing to the Office of Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student LifeIs it possible to “walk on” to a varsity or club athletic team?
Yes. All varsity and club teams allow new students to tryout. Contact the head coach directly with your interest. Contact information can be found at
Are freshman allowed to have a car on campus?
First-year students are not allowed to have a car on campus. Health-related waivers are granted under special circumstances. First-year students can apply for a waiver the summer prior to their first year on campus.
Will the Callahan Dining Hall accommodate my food restrictions/allergies?
Yes, the “Simple Servings” station offers healthy meals that are prepared without seven of the most common allergens. Accommodations are available upon request for special plates, utensils, or eating space.
AcademicsWhen do I register for classes?
Pre-registration for classes happens during the summer by the dean of your program. After Summer Orientation, students will receive instructions on how to complete course selection.
Can I change my major after I’m offered admission?
Yes. Prior to the start of classes, students interested in changing their major should submit their request in writing to email@example.com.
Are internships paid?
Endicott values the learning experience of internships and therefore does not require interns to be paid. The primary purpose of the internship, which is a required part of the academic curriculum, is to provide a learning experience of substance in a professional setting. Compensation is a matter left entirely to the supervisor and the intern.
Will I receive credit for my AP Exam scores?
Degree credit is awarded based upon AP Exam scores. Math and science subjects require a score of four or five, while other subjects must be a minimum of three. Official AP Exam scores from the College Board must be mailed to Endicott for credit.
Will I receive credit for college courses taken during high school?
Yes. Credit is awarded for courses taken at an accredited college with a C or better. You must request an official transcript be sent directly to Endicott for transfer credit to be awarded. A transfer credit evaluation will be performed to determine how credits are applied toward an Endicott degree.
Who should I reach out to if I have more questions?
The Office of Admission is here for you. Please contact us at 978-921-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If we don’t have the answer, we will put you in touch with someone who does.
We Are Here
The Endicott community cares—if it is important to you, it is important to us. Learn more about how we will support you every step of the way.
Academic Success: Tutoring & Writing Center
The Tutoring & Writing Center offers professional and peer tutors who help students prepare for exams, address assignments, tackle projects, brainstorm for papers, work on presentation skills, and review and reinforce material presented in class.
Contact us at 978-998-7735 or visit endicott.edu/tutoringcenter.
Supporting our students during times of uncertainty and distress is a top priority. The Counseling Center is operating with both on-campus and virtual offerings including individual counseling, support groups, crisis interventions, and off-campus referrals.
Contact us at 978-232-2106 or visit endicott.edu/counselingcenter.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
香港六合彩开奖结果 is committed to fostering an environment that honors all individuals. We welcome and respect everyone, regardless of their race, ethnicity, national origin, sexuality, gender identity, learning style, (dis)ability status, religious and spiritual tradition, socioeconomic standing, age, and worldview. The College’s inclusive community is an educational space that empowers the dignity and worth of each individual. We are committed to creating policies, programs, and opportunities that will ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion thrive and are a part of all that we do. These principles are essential to the educational experiences of our students, staff, and faculty.
Contact us at 978-232-3096 or visit endicott.edu/deib.
Our on-campus Family Medicine Associates (FMA) staff and facilities are focused on you. Endicott’s Health Center is a full-service center staffed with a nurse practitioner and supervising physician who provide a full range of medical services to the Endicott community. As a student, you have full access to all medical services at the Health Center including sick or accident visits, physical exams, flu shots, and full lab services.
Contact us at 978-232-2104 or visit endicott.edu/healthcenter.
The Office of Spiritual Life encourages interfaith cooperation and the willingness to understand and accept each other and our differences. Students are welcome to meet with our staff about questions of faith and purpose on an individual or a group basis. Whether initiated by homesickness, grief over the loss of a loved one, discerning one’s values and virtues, or questioning one’s purpose in life, college is a time for spiritual and academic development. Students should feel welcome to request spiritual guidance and direction. Spiritual Life is also home of Gulls Pause, our meditation initiative.
Contact us at 978-232-2163 or visit endicott.edu/spirituallife.
Housing & Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to working with students to create a lively, unique, and civil residential community that complements the academic mission of the College. Our residential communities provide an opportunity for you to meet and form connections with fellow students. Through these interactions, we hope that you will develop lifelong friendships and will be encouraged to grow and learn about yourself. The residence life staff is made up of active and enthusiastic Endicott community members who work with individual residents and the community as a whole to make each hall feel like home.
Contact us at 978-232-2141 or visit endicott.edu/residencelife.
The Office of International Education facilitates cultural competency and global awareness within the campus community. At Endicott, interning and studying abroad is encouraged for all majors! With 30 study abroad locations spanning the globe—including Munster Technological University in Cork, Ireland, and the College for International Studies in Madrid, Spain—more than half of Endicott students choose to travel or accept internships abroad. It’s easy, fun, and personally and professionally transformative.
Contact us at 978-232-2272 or visit endicott.edu/international.