isn't enough room here for me to type about how
much I LOVE my Alma Mater!!! I entered EC back
in the fall of 1995 and over the four years
that I attended, my scholastic and extra-curricular experiences got better
with each year!
I graduated as President of the Class
of 1999 and can honestly say that my time at
Endicott were some of the best years of my life.
The faculty and staff were far and away the nicest
people I have ever met in an educational capacity. The
president of EC, Dr. Wylie, is the most approachable college
executive I have come across. He has a genuine care
and concern for each and every one of his students.
One of the best aspects of EC is it's mandatory
internship program. After completing four internships, I graduated with a
amazing resume to go with my college degree. The small
class sizes naturally lead to a more competitive academic arena,
but also allow for one-on-one mentoring not found on many
campuses. All of the professors I had were wonderfully brilliant
and true mentors.
The social scene at EC is what
you make of it. Because it is a small campus,
there are lots of opportunities to get involved in whatever
social crowd you want. I don't think the students are
overly-snobby. You will find people like that everywhere, you shouldn't
pigeon-hole a college experience based on the types of people
you will naturally find everywhere.
Overall, I give my experience
an A+ and cannot wait to go back for reunion