Endicott College Mission Statement
The mission of Endicott College is to instill in students an understanding of and an appreciation for professional and liberal studies. Deeply woven within this philosophy is the concept of applied learning which has been the hallmark of Endicott. Linking classroom and off campus work experience through required internships remains the most distinguishing feature of the College.
Endicott has a vision for the total development of the individual within a community which fosters an appreciation of diversity, international awareness, community service, and moral and ethical values. Endicott is an innovative and vibrant, student centered institution which supports undergraduate and graduate students in their pursuit of knowledge.
Common threads run through the fabric of the "Endicott experience": increased self-confidence, stronger professional skills and technological competencies, and perhaps the most valued of all, lives open to change.
- Mission Statement adopted by the Endicott College Board of
Trustees - May 1998
Statement of Understanding
Endicott College is committed to providing an educational experience that will encourage students to view the concept of diversity from a variety of perspectives in order to foster understanding and ultimately greater respect and acceptance among individuals. Embracing diversity means understanding and respecting our individual differences, which includes the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, differing abilities (e.g., physical, emotional, and cognitive), religious and political beliefs. Central to the exploration of the differences and similarities among individuals is the need to offer a safe, positive, and supportive environment. The goal is to reach a greater understanding of each other and to move beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity contained within each individual.
- Statement of Understanding adopted by the Endicott College Board of Trustees - February 2005