Gloucester Location

Earn your degree at your own pace, in your own backyard.

In a historic oceanfront mill building in downtown Gloucester, Endicott College Gloucester offers associate and bachelor's degree programs with flexible scheduling and small class sizes. Our dedicated faculty and staff create an atmosphere of support to guide you through your higher education experience.

With 4,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, and meeting rooms, Endicott Gloucester offers a growing number of courses through our two-year associate’s daytime program and accelerated evening programs that count toward a bachelor’s degree. Courses include marine sciences, biotechnology, hospitality management, arts, and a program that allows working professionals to receive life experience credit toward their degrees.

  • Daytime associate degree programs in business, hospitality, or integrated studies can be completed at a pace that suits your lifestyle. Our structured curricula helps you focus and stay engaged in all aspects of your learning.
  • Perfect for students with an associate’s degree, our bachelor’s degree completion programs
    in liberal studies or business management are flexible enough to maintain your daytime employment.

Download GC Gloucester Fall 2017 Schedule (PDF)

Integral to the Gloucester Community

Through a unique partnership with Gloucester High School, high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors can earn credits under an early college program. Strong ties to the business community, create internship and career opportunities.

Questions? Email or call Jodi Frithsen at jfrithse@endicott.edu or at 978-879-4250.

Student Resources and Services

All Van Loan students in any location have access to the world class resources of our main campus in Beverly—from the Halle Library to our private beaches.

Academic Resources

Beverly Campus Map

Financial Aid

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Endicott College Gloucester
33 Commercial Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
978-879-4250

Contact Us

Richard G. Weissman
Director, M. Ed. in Organizational Development
978-232-2269