Located just north of Boston in Beverly, Massachusetts, Endicott is a small, seaside private college with a strong community and a proven experiential learning model. State-of-the-art academic facilities partner with private beaches and distinctive residential options to create a unique and fulfilling college environment for our students. Dedicated faculty and staff guide students in their growth and learning, creating experienced and confident graduates.
Endicott has a rich history: founded as an all-women’s college in 1939 by Dr. Eleanor Tupper and her husband, Dr. George O. Bierkoe, Endicott has grown steadily since. From a premiere graduating class of 20 in 1941 to over 850 in 2015, positive growth has been the hallmark of the College.
Today the Endicott campus consists of 235 acres with 55 buildings and 30 residence halls. Our student body ranges from 2,650 traditional residential undergraduate students to 2,350 adult learners and graduate students at satellite campuses across the state and the globe as part of the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies.