Academic Technology’s mission is to be responsive to the needs of the Endicott community by providing instruction and support in the use of current technologies and leadership in the evaluation and adoption of new and innovative ones. On a daily basis Academic Technology (AT) oversees all academic technology on campus, including: computer labs, classroom and public space computers, Canvas- the campus Learning Management System, YuJa - a cloud based media storage and distribution system, Zoom and Big Blue Button web conferencing systems plus iPad training and support. The labs function both as classrooms and as areas in which students can pursue independent projects. All labs provide internet access and are available to students between scheduled classes both day and evening. There are also public computers available for student use in the Halle Library and various other locations across campus. AT also provides workshops and training to faculty, staff and students in the use of various software programs, web tools, digital media and audio/video production technologies.
Center for Accessibility Services
Center for Accessibility Services offers accommodations to qualified individuals as stated by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 Title III, and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA). To request accommodations, students must self-identify and provide appropriate documentation of their disability. For further information, contact The Center for Accessibility Services located on the 2nd floor of the Diane M. Halle Library and online at www.endicott.edu/academics/academic-resources-support/accessibility.
Center for Academic Coaching
The Center for Academic Coaching is a fee-for-service program in which students meet with an Academic Coach twice a week for academic coaching, modeling and mentoring to help students achieve their academic goals. For more information, please visit https://www.endicott.edu/academics/academic-resources-support/center-for-academic-coaching.
Diane Meyers Halle Library
The Diane Meyers Halle Library is a major academic support unit of Endicott College for all levels and locations of curricular programming. Situated in the heart of the campus, Halle Library is open 96.5 hours per week during the academic year, with a lower-level cyber-café open 24/7 for students. Halle Library has ample seating, environmentally-friendly lighting, wireless connectivity and an attractive open floor-plan. Numerous computer workstations, printer kiosks, photocopiers and a scanner are available. Over 290,000 Library titles in print and digital formats support the curriculum. Library periodical and research databases aggregate and enable access to hundreds of thousands of individual full-text journal articles across disciplines. Reference librarians are available to provide both individual assistance and group instruction to support students with their research and information needs, and to develop information literacy skills that will facilitate lifelong learning. Endicott College is a member of the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE), a network of 26 academic and public libraries. A shared online catalog enables access to over 2.7 million items across the network. Halle Library is also a participating member of the Massachusetts Libraries Commonwealth Catalog, a virtual resource enabling Endicott patrons to access additional millions of library items across the state. Daily delivery service among NOBLE libraries expedites the transfer of requested materials. On-site reciprocal borrowing privileges between NOBLE member libraries are also available.
The Post Fitness Center is available to all Van Loan students. The Center houses the Sport Science, Fitness, and Athletic Training Center. The building also includes classrooms, training rooms, labs, offices, fitness, dance, weight and aerobic rooms, racquetball courts, locker rooms, a competition gymnasium seating 1,200 people, and a field house with a suspended running track and a traverse climbing wall.
Tutoring and Writing Center
Certified through the College Reading and Learning Association, the Tutoring and Writing Center offers free services and is designed to enhance the educational experiences of all students at Endicott. Through individualized tutoring with professional and/or peer tutors, students may receive support in a variety of disciplines, either in small groups or one-on-one sessions. The center is open Sunday through Friday, with day and evening hours available. Visit the Center online at www.endicott.edu/academics/academic-resources-support/tutoring-center.