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This has to be the worst rip-off ever

Sep 07 2014Interior Design
This has to be the worst rip-off ever. I'm so disappointed in my first year at EC. The classes are not connected, the faculty are never around and everyone gets a good grade no matter what. I'm so happy that I left to attend a real design school. Don't be fooled by the pretty campus. They put students in trailers and crowded dorm rooms. Everything that seems good when you come visit is just a front. Biggest poser school ever.
Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: - Reputation: -

Endicott is a fantastic school and I cannot

Aug 07 2014Architecture & Urban Planning Department
Endicott is a fantastic school and I cannot understand why anyone would want to leave. It is perfect ! The only thing that is lacking is that the city of boston is 20 mins away- but that's a good thing. I went to Northeastern and peopel were getting mugged left and right. They treated you like a number - here you have the bet of both worlds- you can go into the city for nightlife and be in a gorgeous safe campus the rest. This is an amazing school. This school is very innovative and they spend all their money on the students. Gorgeous dorms, amazing beach views, perfect location- fantastic professors and faculty that will bend over backwards for you. Why not Endicott?
4th Year Female -- Class 2018
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Scholastic Success: F

Endi might be a great school for you

Sep 08 2014Business - Management and Administration
Endi might be a great school for you if you're a mediocre athlete that wants to be treated like a D1 super star. Parties are hit or miss and it can be impossible to get into the same place two nights in a row. Upperclassmen girls are vicious to freshmen girls. Freshmen boys can expect to not ever get in anywhere unless they're on a team. Academics are filled with "Learnsmarts" and "reading quizzes. Endicott might be a great place for you if you like to have teachers making sure you're on task and doing assignments. Students here are not treated like adults. Also, forget about living in luxury like they'll show you on tour day. Most people on campus live in forced triples well into their junior year. For someplace that is supposed to be safe there have been way too many accidents so far this year. Someone was roofied and raped last night and another person had to be carried out on a stretcher from a dorm. The beach at endi is absolutely gorgeous though! It has definitely been an amazing bonus of going here. It comes at the cost of being close to civilization though. Downtown Beverly is a 45 min walk from campus and it's almost impossible for underclassmen to have cars. The Callahan (even though it's brand new) serves the same shitty food every meal. No one here gains the freshman 15 because the food is just that bad. My experience at Endicott has had its up and downs, but honestly I should have gone to a better school that was more challenging and less isolated.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Useful Schoolwork: D-
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