Endicott students take community service very seriously – we continually are very proud to announce that total donated hours are well above national averages. Take a look at the amazing things Endicott Faculty, Students and Staff got involved with over the last year!
Student Emily Pineau is the first to appear in Ibbetson Street Press’ Young Poet Series.
By Avi Aronson Visual and Performing Arts student Avi Aronson will be bringing us regular updates from the Center for… read more
More and more students are finding jobs and internship opportunities by utilizing social media sites like Linkedin.com. Dan Sullivan ( Class of 2011) was especially successful in making the website work for him leading up to his graduation last spring. Read on to hear Dan’s story – his success might just inspire you to try something new in your hunt for a job or internship.
Let’s assume that all 2,279 of our full-time traditional undergraduate students traveled home for the holidays. How far did they go? Read more for some interesting statistics!
We’ve had a great response on campus to several recent articles put out by the Boston Globe on our groundbreaking Keys to Degrees program, designed to allow single parents to participate in the full college experience by living on a campus that supports their needs and the needs of their child. Take a look below to see some photos of our current students and hear about their experiences in the Keys to Degrees program.
Which major at Endicott has the most students? Which major has the highest percentage of males or females enrolled? Here are a few tidbits of our current student body’s fields of study that might surprise you.
Travis left all of the Endicott students that attended his event with the feeling of inspiration. Travis Roy taught us that anything is possible regardless of the challenges life may present; the only thing that matters is if you decide to conquer the challenge or let the challenge conquer you.
The Endicott Alumni Mentoring Program matches Endicott undergrads with successful alumni working in their fields for one-on-one career mentoring. Mentors help students learn more about their fields, and in turn, students update mentors on campus life and re-acquaint them with the campus community. Read on to learn about the mentorships of Amanda Schubert and Kirsten Smith, who both graduated this past spring.
At Summer Orientation this past weekend, our Student Affairs folks and the New Student Mentors used a fun new tool to interact with attending students. The website PollEverywhere.com allowed presenters at orientation to collect instant feedback via text on a variety of subjects from ‘what will you miss the most when you leave home?’ to ‘how often are you on Facebook?’ Interspersed with conversations about make good decisions, setting expectations, learning new things, and settling in amidst a new environment and a new community, these polls tell us a bit about what issues are important to incoming college students. Read on for some examples, and thanks again to all for a spectacularly successful orientation!