Endicott College was originally formed as a two-year women's college but by 1994, Endicott became a coeducational four-year college. Located on the North Shore of Massachusetts, Endicott is home to 2,900 undergraduate and 2,400 postgraduate students.
Famous "Gull" alumni include Jill Davis — television writer, journalist, and author and Susie Castillo — MTV personality and former Miss USA.
The Top 5 Parent Picks" when visiting Endicott College:
Hale Street Tavern is a great spot in Beverly Farms for a drink, sushi, and American food. Located near historic mansions where all the robber barons of the late 19th and early 20th century built their Summer cottages (very much like Newport RI).
Easy access to Boston, Salem, and Gloucester and beautiful coastal towns like Manchester by the Sea and Marblehead.
Explore one of the three beaches on campus for a picnic lunch.
See a show at the North Shore Music Theatre.
Kaleigh is a Junior from Plymouth, Massachusetts. One quirky fact about Kaleigh..."I eat brown sugar straight out of the bag for a snack!"
Fun fact about Endicott College: Endicott has 3 different private beaches!
Favorite Ice Cream Parlour and Flavor: Captain Dusty's.
Bakery and Favorite Sweet: Half Baked Cafe & Bakery.
Where to Grab a Coffee or Tea: Einstein Bros. Bagel Co. right on campus!
Burger Joint and Fries: A&B Burger.
Pizzeria: Prides Deli and Pizzeria.
Sushi and your go to roll: Hale Street Tavern, Dragon Roll.
Things to do:
Where to go for Yoga, Exercise Classes, or the Gym: The Post Center at Endicott has a great gym with lots of yoga and aerobics classes.
Where is your favorite spot on campus to hang: The patio behind College Hall (great view of the ocean).
Where do you want to go on spring break: Aruba
Where to Stay: Wylie Inn right on campus run by our hospitality students.