Beverly, MA
Endicott College


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Recent Reviews

Jacqueline
Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Endicott College is a small, not-so-diverse campus, but it provides an excellent community-based atmosphere for learning and ...

Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Endicott College is a small, not-so-diverse campus, but it provides an excellent community-based atmosphere for learning and growing as both a student and an individual, particularly in certain academic focus areas (including nursing, interior design, hospitality, and sports management).

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I can easily say choosing the "right" college for me was the hardest decision I've ever made. Nearing the middle of my senior year in high school, I had no idea where or what I wanted to study. I didn't do much research. I didn't visit many schools. However, despite the stress of choosing where to spend the next four years of my life, I am extremely happy with my decision. I believe a college experience is what you make of it. Choosing is important to a certain extent, but what is more important to remember is that no one can make your experience less than satisfactory except for yourself. Don't EVER be afraid to be yourself. Be bold; be active in your campus community. Anywhere you go, you will meet all kinds of new people and make new friends. Have faith and don't be afraid of expressing your beliefs while still accepting the beliefs of others. And lastly, don't be afraid to experiment and change your mind (about schools, majors, etc.) because the ultimate goal is to find your nitch in this world and you certainly want to be happy in that place!

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

The worst thing about Endicott College is that it is a small school and therefore it is not well-known so it somewhat lacks the potential to grow in diversity, although HUGE efforts are being made by administration to expand the diversity on campus; however, the small school feel is one of the things I value most about the atmosphere here!

Kristin
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Visit it and go with your gut. If it feels right and feels like home, then you're probably right.

What's unique about your campus?

Small class sizes are definitly a top choice. Other than that, location,loacation,location. 3 Private beaches

Jared
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

the biggest thing that I can suggest to parents and future college students, is get some idea of what you want to do with you...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

the biggest thing that I can suggest to parents and future college students, is get some idea of what you want to do with your career. At my school we do 3 internships related to our major, so the more you know about what you want to do later on in life, the easier it will be for you to find an internship that will be the most satisfying for you. Other then that, just go into the college search never discounting any possibility of going to any school, because if you don't go to physically look at the school, you may be missing one of the best schools for you.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

I wish that I had known how much different college classes would be from highschool classes. Because they meet less frequently, you miss a lot more if you don't go to class, or miss a class. So you have to work that much harder to make up what you did miss.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

Sometimes when you want to find a quiet place to work, the only place you may be able to go is the library, and even then, the library can be very crowded. Its not always fun to walk to the library in the winter for example or when its raining.

Mikey
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Always tour the college your plan on attending at least once, twice is even better. A college interview is extremely importan...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Always tour the college your plan on attending at least once, twice is even better. A college interview is extremely important, and can help out a lot. Be honest at the interview, be yourself, and let the person(s) know who you are. Don't be afraid to look at a college that you think may be a stretch school for you. Do a few rough drafts of college essays, and have a teacher or two at your high school help you edit it. Don't be afraid to ask any question while you are talking to a student from the school. While you are attending the school don't stress yourself out too much. Do the work you need to do, get it in on time, work hard, but also hang out with friends as much as you can, cherish the moments you have, join intramural sports and clubs and always keep yourself busy. Don't be afraid to go to your teachers or e-mail them, and ask them any sort of question. Don't be afraid to talk to upper classmen. At anytime, ask them a school related question, or even to hang out.

What kind of person should not attend this school?

A person who wants to be in a fraternity or sorority; there aren't any at Endicott. A person who wants big classes. A person who wants a big campus. A person who wants huge sports stadiums. A person who wants to be out in the middle of nowhere. A person who wants extremely nice, warm weather year round. The wind coming off of the ocean makes it cool there some of the time.

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?

That the ocean is right across the street from our school. That an expensive and very nice visual and performing arts building is being put in this year. That we have a great auditorium to go to inbetween classes and play piano or other instruments in. That we have a great lodge where you can get food late at night, and that great musicians and artists display their talents here. That the intramural sports are very organized and very fun. That the area surrounding the school is gorgeous, and there are many little shops and restaraunts close by.

Jonathan
Describe the students at your school.

Willing to learn and take part in discussions

Describe the students at your school.

Willing to learn and take part in discussions

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

It is important to research everything about the college to determine whether it will be a comfortable environment to live and learn. Touring the college and recieving information from students will help achieve this analysis. Try not to get your friends involved with the location of your school. Sometimes you will find yourself picking a college to be close to all of your hometown buddies.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

It is beginning to become a little too crowded for the space we currently have.

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  • Enrollment
  • 3,181
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $31,312
  • Acceptance rate
  • 79%

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