Approximately 25% of ENC students are commuters. A good percentage of those commuters use the Massachusett Bay Transportation Authority to get from school to home and back.
This year the Wollaston train station is undergoing renovations.
The Office of Student Development serves commuters by providing the shuttle, which operates from 5pm to 10pm.
This guide includes the ENC evening Shuttle Schedule and various starting points on the MBTA.
Wollaston Station Renovations + MBTA Shuttle
This fall, the ENC theater department is putting on one of the most classic Disney stories ever told – Beauty and the Beast. This story tells of an arrogant young prince who is turned into a hideous beast, and a small town girl who dreams of seeing the world and living out an adventure.
I recently sat down with Emily Crosta (Belle) about the show and asked her why she thinks people should come to support
Reserve your Spot
Pay your enrollment deposit through your school’s admissions office and make sure your spot is secure. You do NOT want to lose your place because you forgot to take this important step, so make this your number one priority. If you chose ENC, you can pay your deposit here: https://enc.edu/undergraduate/admissions/enrollment-deposit/
Decline other offers
We know, it seems unnecessary. Are those other colleges really going to notice or care that you chose another school?
ENC’s residence halls are guided by a staff of 22 Resident Assistants. These students are chosen from among their peers for their leadership, commitment to ENC, and most of all, their desire to serve their fellow students. Each year a new batch of Resident Assistants, or RAs, is carefully chosen by the Residential Life Staff. Applications are underway and we thought the potential RAs might like a little advice from this year’s experienced team!
With the spring semester now in full swing, many of our seniors are reminded that their time at ENC is coming to a close. Senior Jonni Albetta shared a little bit about her experience over the last four years in a recent blog post. She also offered advice to current and incoming students about how to make the most of their time here. Give it a read here:
It’s that time of year again! Student Development’s Residential Life and Community Life departments have opened the applications for the 2018-2019 Resident Assistants and Executive Student Government. These campus student leadership positions are a great way to make an impact in the ENC community. Whether you are interested in leading a hall of students, crafting engaging campus events, or even helping the ENC board write policy in the interest of students, there’s a position for every
We are excited to announce that starting today students can now check the status of their laundry from their smartphone or computer!
Visit laundry.enc.edu and select your Residence Hall from the provided list. On the next page, you will be able to: See which machines are busy and time remaining on the load
Send yourself an alert when your load is complete
Send yourself an alert when a machine becomes available
Check to see if a
Effective as of January 7th, the Wollaston MBTA station will be undergoing a complete facility renovation to making the station 100% handicap accessible. We are excited to see our closest MBTA stop become fully accessible to all who utilize public transportation. During the renovations, MBTA shuttle buses will take passengers to the North Quincy and Quincy Center stations. The ENC MBTA & YMCA shuttle bus will continue to run Monday-Friday but will have a new pick
Being away from home around the holidays can be tough. Decorate your dorm room and get into the Christmas spirit with these 4 easy crafts that you can create for just pennies down at the IRC in the basement of the library.
1. Good Ole’ Fashion Paper Snowflakes
Instructions: First, get/make a square piece of paper. then, fold the paper in half so two opposite points meet. Continue folding the paper in half to
It’s cold and flu season and germs are spreading like wildfire! We’re not even to the first snowfall yet and we’re already seeing an uptick in students getting sick. Stay healthy by following these 5 easy tips. Boost your immunity by getting enough sleep, exercise and eating a well-balanced diet. Veggies might not be your favorite, but aren’t they worth it if they keep you from getting sick? Foods like oranges, spinach, broccoli, and even garlic