Endicott College Reviews

  • 10 Reviews
  • Beverly (MA)
  • Annual Tuition: $37,776
100% of 10 students said this degree improved their career prospects
90% of 10 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Waste my time
  • Reviewed: 4/25/2018
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I write this review in hopes that people with the power to make decisions at Endicott view it. This has to be the most unorganized graduate level program in MA. The teachers are more often than not, completely unprepared and unqualified. I had two instructors leave halfway through the year, and had another 2 who could not have been more vague and incompetent in their schoolings. Absolute waste of money, and even worse, waste of time."
  • Reviewed: 5/2/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
"The psychology program at Endicott College is fantastic. The professors are very knowledgeable in their field and passionate about their work. The psychology faculty range in their specialties. They have experience in therapy, research, neurobiology, etc. The internships required by Endicott also allow students to discover what type of work they are most passionate about."
Becky Miller
  • Reviewed: 8/6/2014
  • Degree: Psychology
"Through the highs and lows I do not regret one minute at my time at Endicott, without my experiences I would not be the person I am today. Endicott has a reputation for being a "preppy" and "boring" school, but In my opinion it is none of those. Endicott College is a small, but wonderful community and your experience is what you make it. Not only did I build life long friendships, but I also was able to build relationships with my professors as well. Being such a small school your professors get to know you on a personal level. I still stay in touch with my senior thesis professor! The opportunities at Endicott are plentiful, especially with their internship program. After three internships I feel as though I am better prepared for the real world in comparison to some of my friends from other schools. It has been a harsh reality accepting that I will not be returning to what has been my home for the past four years, but I am so grateful to have had such a great opportunity. Endicott is set in a great area and its sense of community is something I hope that I will be able to find again in my lifetime, because it was truly amazing."
Jean Lendall
  • Reviewed: 12/29/2013
  • Degree: Educational Leadership
"My doctoral program is very rigorous and excellent preparation for an Ed.D. While I am still in my first year, I have found my instructors to be very professional and supportive. I love the challenge and have full confidence that my new degree and apprenticeship will lead to my next career as an administrator."
Jennifer Mazzola
  • Reviewed: 8/5/2013
  • Degree: Reading & Literacy Education
"One of the pros of my program is the highly experienced and available professors and faculty members. I feel as if I have learned a lot of applicable information and have a strong knowledge base to approach my field. Another major pro is the beach on campus! A con would be that the general administration can be difficult to get ahold of and the guidelines for programs and applying generally vague."
safouane elalaoui
  • Reviewed: 7/15/2013
  • Degree: MBA
"Its a great place to learn. Staff and faculty are knowledgeable and very helpful."
Allison Muise
  • Reviewed: 6/7/2013
  • Degree: Business
"I participated in the MBA-1 year intensive program and had a great time. I made great connections, expanded my knowledge base, and had many chances to network. Also the campus is located in Beverly Farms with three private beaches so time spent outside the classroom was rather enjoyable too!"
Amy Boucchard
  • Reviewed: 5/6/2013
  • Degree: Special Education
"I am a student in the Master's of Education in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis program. I am very pleased with the flexible format of having most courses on-line. There are a few "face-to-face" classes that you must attend on campus. The campus is absolutely beautiful with 3 private beaches. The professors are very supportive and available to answer any and all questions. Although the workload can be heavy, it is a valuable program in that you are not getting an A just for showing up. I would wholeheartedly recommend this program to anyone looking to fulfill their educational requirements for becoming a board certified behavior analyst."
Kate Colley
  • Reviewed: 3/13/2013
  • Degree: Business
"There are many positive aspects of attending graduate school at Endicott College. The small class sizes makes in-class discussion and conversation among students and the professor very easy. The program I am in meets once a week, for four hours, so keeping students engaged and participatory is not always an easy task, but all of the professors I have had thus far have done a very good job of this. The faculty at Endicott College is top notch, particularly in the graduate program. Almost every professor is a member of a senior leadership team at a local business or company, and they make excellent teachers for students in a business program. My current professor, a Chief Marketing Officer at a local marketing company, is a great example of this. Personally, I want to go into marketing and having a professor that I can look up to in this aspect is invaluable. Furthermore, the dean of the graduate school is extremely involved and easily contacted. I have e-mailed him on a number of occasions with questions about what classes I should be taking, etc. and have always heard back within the hour. I have also found that every professor I have had experience with has been very easy to communicate with. The faculty has also been very understanding in terms of flexibility. Of course, working full time and going school can be tough but I have never felt overly stressed or worried about finishing an assignment on time. It has been made clear to me that if I need more time due to a work commitment, then all I need to do is ask. Lastly, the facilities at Endicott College are top notch. There are computers linked to projectors in every classroom, wireless internet, up to technology and the building itself has a modern feel. The graduate school will be moved to a new building in two years and I can only imagine what improvements the college will make to the features the existing building offers. In all honestly, I do not feel there are a lot of negatives to attending graduate school at Endicott College. I suppose the fact that the graduate program itself is still "young" could be considered a con. The graduate school only offers a selective list of programs (although it had continued to grow exponentially at a quick rate) to students, which could also be viewed as a con. For those who are working full time and are planning to attend school at night, the weekly four hour class could definitely be viewed as a con. Attending school after working a full day is tough, but the professors have usually worked all day themselves and class rarely goes until 10 p.m. In my experience, the professor covers as much material as possible and when students seem to disengage, they let us go a bit early, which is always much appreciated. All in all, I would absolutely recommend the graduate school at Endicott College to anyone who was thinking about attending grad school. I believe that within the next few years, the graduate will have doubled in size and that gaining admission will become increasingly difficult. Endicott College has a lot to offer prospective students!"
Nikole Hewitt
  • Reviewed: 12/5/2012
  • Degree: Education
"The student population is diverse in ages as well as current employment of those currently enrolled in the graduate program. The faculty is extremely supportive and cares deeply about the success of each individual student. The classes are small and the instructors come to know each person individually. There is an option for a Fellowship program with local school districts in which students are given an opportunity to teach for a year while, instead of paying salary, the school district that has employed them will pay for their master's degree. This school is phenomenal and I encourage anyone interested to apply."