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While completing the application process, prospective students are able to gain a head start and register for Endicott courses as non-degree students. Graduate degree level applicants may register for up to six credits and Van Loan accelerated undergraduate students may register for up to 12 credits. All admission requirements must be satisfied in order to be formally accepted in to a degree program. Students must be formally admitted to a program before the completion of six (graduate level) or 12 (professional studies) Endicott credits.

Registration Options

To register as non-degree student, you must print the registration form and either:

Email: Completed registration forms can be emailed to

Mail: Completed registration forms can be mailed to Office of the Registrar 376 Hale St., Beverly, MA 01915

Fax: Completed registration forms can be faxed to 978-232-2255

In Person: Registrar office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Returning Van Loan Students

You may use your Endicott ID# and password to log into MyEndicott and register online under the 'Students' tab.

To request official transcripts, please visit the Grades and Official Transcripts page.

Traditional Undergraduate Students

For students not enrolled with the Van Loan School of Professional Studies, registrations are processed by the Registrar's Office on the Main Campus. Students can fill out the Etrieve form available on MyEndicott.

Transfer / Withdrawal Information

Should circumstances dictate that you must transfer, take a leave of absence, or leave the College for any reason, please contact Brittany Potter, Associate Dean, Endicott Center for Teaching and Learning.

If your tuition and any fees are not paid in full by the start of your class(es), a HOLD will be placed on your account, and you will be prevented from registering for future classes. In addition, the Endicott College Van Loan School of Professional Studies will not release an official transcript of your academic record until your balance is paid in full. If you're having trouble paying your bill, contact the assistant director of financial aid for more information on grants and funding.