Resources › For Students and Parents Endicott College: Acceptance Rate and Admissions Statistics Share Flipboard Email Print John Phelan / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-3.0 For Students and Parents College Admissions Testing Graphs College Admissions Process College Profiles College Rankings Choosing A College Application Tips Essay Samples & Tips College Financial Aid Extracurricular Activities Advanced Placement Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Allen Grove College Admissions Expert Ph.D., English, University of Pennsylvania M.A., English, University of Pennsylvania B.S., Materials Science & Engineering and Literature, MIT Dr. Allen Grove is an Alfred University English professor and a college admissions expert with 20 years of experience helping students transition to college. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Allen Grove Updated March 13, 2020 Endicott College is a private college with an acceptance rate of 69%. Located 20 miles north of Boston in Beverly, Massachusetts, Endicott College's 231-acre oceanside campus includes three private beaches. The college has a 14-to-1 student / faculty ratio and an average class size of 16.5 students. Business Administration is the most popular of the college's 36 bachelor's degree programs. In athletics, most teams of the Endicott College Gulls compete in the NCAA Division III Commonwealth Coast Conference. Considering applying to Endicott College? Here are the admissions statistics you should know, including average SAT/ACT scores and GPAs of admitted students. Acceptance Rate During the 2018-19 admissions cycle, Endicott College had an acceptance rate of 69%. This means that for every 100 students who applied, 69 students were admitted, making Endicott's admissions process somewhat competitive. Admissions Statistics (2018-19) Number of Applicants 5,019 Percent Admitted 69% Percent Admitted Who Enrolled (Yield) 25% SAT and ACT Scores and Requirements Endicott College does not require SAT or ACT test scores for most applicants. Students applying to the Nursing, Education (all licensure programs) or Athletic Training programs are required to submit SAT or ACT scores. In 2019, the average total SAT score for those students who submitted test scores was 1170 and the composite ACT score was 23. Note that applicants to the nursing program are required to have a minimum SAT of 1050 or ACT of 21, and most students admitted to the program had scores above this minimum range. Requirements Endicott College does not provide information about the school's SAT/ACT writing and superscore policy. GPA In 2019, the average GPA of Endicott College's incoming freshmen class was 3.44. This data suggests that most successful applicants to Endicott College have primarily high B grades. Note that the nursing program requires a minimum GPA of 3.0. Self-Reported GPA/SAT/ACT Graph Endicott College Applicants' Self-Reported GPA/SAT/ACT Graph. Data courtesy of Cappex. The admissions data in the graph is self-reported by applicants to Endicott College. GPAs are unweighted. Find out how you compare to accepted students, see the real-time graph, and calculate your chances of getting in with a free Cappex account. Admissions Chances Endicott College, which accepts over half of applicants, has a somewhat competitive admissions pool. However, Endicott also has a holistic admissions process and is test-optional, and admissions decisions are based on more than numbers. A strong application essay can strengthen your application, as can participation in meaningful extracurricular activities and a rigorous course schedule. The college is looking for students who will contribute to the campus community in meaningful ways, not just students who show promise in the classroom. While not required, Endicott strongly recommends campus visits and interviews for interested applicants. Note that students who plan to major in art, design, or photography are encouraged to submit a portfolio of 10 to 15 samples their work. Students with particularly compelling stories or achievements can still receive serious consideration even if their grades and scores are outside of Endicott College's average range. In the scattergram above, the blue and green dots represent students who were accepted to Endicott College. Most had combined SAT scores (ERW+M) of 1000 or higher, an ACT composite of 20 or higher, and a high school average of a "B" or better. Grades and standardized test scores above these lower ranges will improve your chances, and you can see that many accepted students had high school averages up in the "A" range. Note that Endicott College is test-optional for most applicants, so grades and other elements of the application matter more than test scores in the application process. If You Like Endicott College, You May Also Like These Schools Roger Williams UniversityUniversity of Massachusetts - AmherstBentley UniversitySalve Regina UniversityBoston UniversityUniversity of Massachusetts - BostonStonehill CollegeNortheastern University All admissions data has been sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics and Endicott College Undergraduate Admissions Office. How Competitive Is Saint Anselm College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Rollins College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Ithaca College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Moravian College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Wofford College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Roanoke College's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Muhlenberg College's Admissions Process? 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