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MyEndicott is Endicott College's web portal, the starting place for most of the college's online sites and resources. MyEndicott will be replacing the old GullNet portal, and will provide access to many of the web services previously found on the old GullNet portal, COAST and the Intranet. (Note: COAST access is still available from the Quick Links menu to the left.)

Please take a few minutes to explore all of MyEndicott's tabs and pages after you've logged in.

MyEndicott Tip Sheets
Introduction to MyEndicott (.docx, 546K)

Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the new MyEndicott portal with this info sheet

How to Access Your Courses in MyEndicott (.docx, 1676K)

This tip sheet shows you how to access all your Canvas and GullNet courses in MyEndicott

Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print PDF files.

Undergraduate Course Evaluations

Beverly Undergraduates, please take a few minutes to evaluate your courses for the benefit of future students:

Deadline to submit your evaluations: 9:00 am on Monday, May 8th 2017


Thank you very much for you time, your responses are very valuable to us!

*Not every course is evaluated every semester, so you may not be asked to evaluate all of your courses

Trouble Logging In?

Your MyEndicott username and password should be the same as your GullNet/ COAST username and PW. For faculty and staff, your username is your first initial, followed by the next 7 letters of your last name. (Note: do NOT add "") For students, your username is your Endicott student ID number.

If you forgot your password, you'll need to reset it. You can now have the same password for MyEndicott, Endicott Email, Canvas, COAST (if applicable), Library databases and Blackboard and change it for all of them at once by clicking the button below. 

 If you're still having trouble logging in, please email 


     Access the Canvas Student Orientation site


Recommended Screen Settings

MyEndicott works best when your computer screen resolution is set to 1024 x 768 or higher. Settings lower than this may result in images or words running into each other and/or overlapping on your screen.

To adjust your settings:

Windows: Click on the Windows icon in the lower left corner of your screen, then select "Control Panel" and "Adjust Screen Resolution". Pick a setting of 1024 x 768 or higher.

Mac: Click on Apple icon in upper left corner of screen, go to "System Preferences", then select "Display" then check the "Scaled" button and select 1280 x 800 (or higher).