Internship, Clinical Education, Student Teaching
Location & Facilities
Endicott's Athletic Excellence
Leadership Through Sport
Campus Support & Spirit
Endicott College Facts & Figures
Endicott College offers students the opportunity to major in a selected program of study immediately upon admission. Many students admitted to Endicott pursue their initial majors to completion. Other students come to Endicott with a desire to explore different areas of study. The College encourages this investigation and strives to assist all students in making connections across academic disciplines. Students who have yet to select a major are encouraged to explore the rich and varied academic offerings and internships offered by Endicott College and truly “discover the experience.”
Endicott offers Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees under the umbrella of the following undergraduate colleges.
Endicott also offers several postgraduate options through the Van Loan School including associate, bachelor's, fifth year master's, master's, doctoral, and international programs.
Endicott is a pioneer in offering required experiential learning opportunities in every program of study. The founders of the College believed that students gaining practice in their intended career fields should acquire practical experience, sharpen their insights, and enhance the development of their professional skills. In many cases students are employed after graduation at their internship sites (53% find employment through internship site or contact, see more Facts & Figures below).
Experiential learning at Endicott takes several forms, including internships for the majority of students, student teaching in the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Physical Education programs, and clinical education experiences for Nursing and Athletic Training majors. A philosophy of “learning by doing” permeates the College curriculum, in which students are encouraged to integrate theory and practice in all of their studies.
How does this manifest itself for Endicott student-athletes between classes, practice and competition, social events, and other commitments? Take a look at some of our student-athletes internships, experiences, and more.
It Begins: The Endicott College Experience (video)
Endicott College Student Perspective (video)
The Endicott Student-Athlete Experience (features several student-athlete stories)
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Fall 2015 Internships Feature
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: 2014-15 Internships Feature
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Internships Lead to Career Outcomes
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Fall 2016 Semester-Long Internships
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Gulls "Learn By Doing" On Winter Break
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: 442 Student-Athletes Complete Internships During 2016-17 Academic Year
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: 2015 Graduates Find Immediate Success In Job Market
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: The Relationship Between Athletics & Academia At Endicott
U.S. NEWS: Endicott Named Top Internship Institution By U.S. & World Report
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Endicott Students Well-Prepared Upon Graduation
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Endicott Tops List Of Colleges That Prioritize Internships
U.S. NEWS: Endicott College Among Nation's Best In Highest Internship Attainment
Why Required Internships Boost Return On Investment (ROI)
THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION: Required-Internship Models Are Proven And Attainable
U.S. NEWS: Endicott Among Top Colleges, Universities For Internships, Co-Ops
Networking Through Internship Experience Translates to Careers
In the end, it's all about outcomes and how four years at Endicott will help develop a first-year freshman into a graduating senior that owns a resume with real-life experience, positive relationships with faculty, coaches, and administrators, and the confidence to be an impactful professional in today's society.
Where have Endicott's student-athlete alumni ended up in their post-graduate careers? Take a moment to peruse our student-athlete alumni by sport, major, and industry to see what the Endicott experience can do for you.
Alumni Careers by Sport (coming soon)
Alumni Careers by Major (coming soon)
Alumni Careers by Industry (coming soon)
Study abroad & international internships prepare students at Endicott for success by offering alternative academic understanding, social & cultural literacy and life-changing experiences. Through semester-long academic study, faculty-led trips, and/or 3-to-15 week internships abroad, students gain new confidence and self-awareness, and obtain the skills necessary for success in today's economy.
Much like the general student population, Endicott’s student-athletes are also given the chance to take advantage of the study abroad program while competing at the NCAA Division III level. During the 2015-16 academic year, 40 student-athletes among a variety of sports have completed a study abroad trip or tour to date.
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Studying Abroad as a Student-Athlete
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: Student-Athletes Study Abroad At Endicott
THE ENDICOTT EXPERIENCE: James Dwyer Studies Abroad In Switzerland
Endicott Student-Athletes Study Abroad In Asia
Andrea Courtemanche Gains New Perspectives Through Study Abroad Trip
Shelby Elwell Catches Travel Bug From Study Abroad Experiences
Erica Hadad Studies Abroad In Ireland
Bella Silva's Intellectual Curiosity Heightens On Study Abroad Trip To Italy
Located only 20 miles north of Boston in the oceanside town of Beverly, Massachusetts, Endicott boasts a lively campus consisting of 235 acres, 55 buildings, 30 residence halls, and six on-campus athletic facilities dedicated to Gulls' student-athletes.
As enrollment has grown from 683 in the fall of 1993 to 2,916 for the 2019-20 academic year, so has the development of the campus with the recent, state-of-the-art additions of the Manninen Center for the Arts, the Gerrish School of Business, and the Judge Science Center. These academic buildings, along with the Samuel Wax Academic Center, the Diane Meyers Halle Library, the Post Sport Science and Fitness Center, and the Center for Nursing and Health Professions, give Endicott students a comfortable learning environment.
Athletically, the College has poured its resources into providing its student-athletes with facilities for practice and play that are unmatched by the competition. Visit the links below to learn more about what makes Endicott's athletic facilities a cut above the rest.
MacDonald Gymnasium (Post Center) - basketball, volleyball
Hempstead Stadium - football, lacrosse, soccer
North Field - baseball, field hockey
Raymond J. Bourque Arena - ice hockey
Softball Complex - softball
South Campus Courts - tennis
A unique academic model, athletic facilities that evoke pride, dedicated coaches and administrators, and a student-driven culture of spirit all contribute to a successful winning tradition at Endicott. Our 21 NCAA Division III varsity sport programs and seven club sport offerings are affiliated with strong conference competition while continually taking on challenging non-conference opposition. The results? Take a look below.
|Overall Department Record||5199-3311-123 (.609 win pct)||updated 3/31/20|
|Conference-Only Record||2806-960-47 (.742 win pct)||updated 3/31/20|
|Conference Championships||102||updated 3/31/20|
|NCAA Tournament Appearances||91||updated 3/31/20|
|ECAC Tournament Appearances/Championships||64/15||updated 3/31/20|
|All-Conference Award Winners||1,858||updated 3/31/20|
|Major Conference Award Winners||294||updated 3/31/20|
|All-Region Award Winners||534||updated 3/31/20|
|New England Major Award Winners||21||updated 3/31/20|
|Athletic All-Americans||96||updated 3/31/20|
|National Players of the Year||1||updated 3/31/20|
|Academic All-Americans||90||updated 3/31/20|
|CoSIDA Academic All-Americans||13||updated 3/31/20|
|CoSIDA Academic All-District||37||updated 3/31/20|
|Academic All-Conference (3.30+ GPA)||1701||updated 3/31/20|
|Conference Senior Scholar-Athletes of the Year||31||updated 3/31/20|
|Endicott Academic Varsity Club (3.50+ GPA)||975||updated 6/23/15
Endicott Sport-Specific Athletic History through Spring 2020
|Program||NCAA DIII Eligible||All-Time Record||All-Time Conference Record||Conference Titles||Regional Titles|
|Baseball||1995||594-431 (.580)||277-104 (.727)||7 (1997, 2000, 2003-04, 2006, 2013-14)||3 (2005, 2011-12)|
|Men's Basketball||1994-95||421-283 (.598)||250-117 (.681)||8 (1999, 2000, 2004-06, 2012, 2015-16)|
|Men's Cross Country||1994-95||-||-||1 (1998)|
|Football||2003||104-71 (.594)||78-35 (.690)||2 (2010, 2013)||2 (2011-12)|
|Men's Golf||2000-01||-||-||7 (2006, 2009, 2012-14, 2017, 2019)|
|Men's Ice Hockey||2015-16||96-33-9 (.728)||63-21-3 (.741)||2 (2016-17, 2019-20)|
|Men's Lacrosse||1996||299-146 (.672)||151-15 (.910)||9 (2001, 2004-07, 2010-11, 2015, 2017)||3 (2008-09, 2012)|
|Men's Soccer||1994||224-226-45 (.498)||133-82-25 (.606)||2 (1998, 2017)||1 (2014)|
|Men's Tennis||1996-97||149-204 (.422)||80-91 (.468)||-|
|Men's Volleyball||2000||378-250 (.602)||222-49 (.819)||8 (2009-10, 2013-17, 2019)|
|Women's Basketball||1993-94||404-314 (.563)||252-126 (.667)||1 (2019-20)||1 (2014)|
|Women's Cross Country||1994||-||-||-|
|Field Hockey||1993||321-208-6 (.606)||142-46 (.755)||4 (2011-12, 2018-19)||2 (2006, 2008)|
|Women's Ice Hockey||2015-16||99-24-11 (.780)||55-6-5 (.871)||2 (2018-19, 2019-20)||-|
|Women's Lacrosse||1996||254-160 (.614)||142-52 (.732)||12 (2006-14, 2017-19)|
|Women's Soccer||1993||351-155-39 (.680)||213-45-11 (.812)||10 (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003-07, 2009, 2013)||1 (2012)|
|Softball||1994||692-297-12 (.697)||399-66-2 (.856)||14 (1995, 1998-99, 2003-11, 2014, 2019)||1 (2012)|
|Women's Tennis||1993-94||295-138-1 (.681)||165-56-1 (.745)||6 (2008, 2011-15)|
|Women's Track and Field||2018|
|Women's Volleyball||1993||518-371 (.583)||184-49 (.790)||7 (2004, 2006-08, 2016-17, 2019)||1 (2015)|
In 2015, the Department of Athletics and Recreation developed its own leadership program for Endicott student-athletes, coaches, and administrators through the creation of the four core standards of leadership: commitment, character, effective communication, and confidence. This process has helped identify future captains and rising leaders among the over 600 varsity and club student-athletes. These four core standards of leadership serve as guiding principles to build better team chemistry, a stronger culture, and ultimately continue the department's winning tradition.
There is no bigger catalyst for the success of Endicott College and the Department of Athletics than the support that originates from the College's leadership, faculty and staff, students, alumni, family and friends, and several others. There is no better way to showcase that support than through the pictures and videos we have captured in recent years.
November 3, 2018 - Field Hockey wins first CCC Championship since 2012
August 13, 2018 - Erik Bell Joins Endicott Football Program Through Team IMPACT
March 3, 2019 - Women's Ice Hockey wins first-ever conference championship
April 19, 2019 - Men's Volleyball defeats St. Joseph's (L.I.) in the NCAA tournament first round
May 3, 2019 - Endicott women's lacrosse CCC Championship Photos
September 9, 2019 - Kendall Weinburg Joins Endicott Softball Program Through Team IMPACT
February 29, 2020 - Women's Basketball wins first-ever conference championship
Video Tours of Campus: Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3
Endicott's spirit can also be seen through our social media channels. Take a moment to visit our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube pages to see our online presence that embraces fan interaction, praising student-athlete and team accomplishments, and capturing the quintessential moments that make Endicott a great place to be.