Endicott College

Liberal Arts. History in the Making.

Endicott College is located in Beverly, MA, just minutes from Tupper Manor and the Wylie Inn and Conference Center.


Set aside some time to wander through the scenic, coastal grounds of Endicott College, a premier liberal arts institution. Established in 1939 as a college for women and named for John Endicott, a pioneer administrator of Harvard University and the inaugural governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, at Tupper Manor, we are now honored to collaborate with Endicott’s hospitality program. Additionally, we invite our guests to experience the Wylie Inn, which once served as a dormitory for the college.


Endicott College’s sprawling campus is situated on 231 acres of beautiful oceanfront property and was founded in 1939 by the Tupper Family. The college offers both Bachelor and Master degree programs in Liberal Arts and professional majors. At the Beverly Campus, there are approximately 2,200 undergraduate students and over 1,800 graduate students.

Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts

Endicott College is also pleased to announce the opening of their new Center for the Arts. The Center supports a variety of arts studies and performance venues with facilities that include a 250-seat recital hall with professional quality acoustics. The Center also offers a museum-quality art gallery for visiting art exhibits, gallery talks, and community shows, as well as a student art gallery – all, open to the public.

This venue and others on campus provide an excellent option for groups looking to do an off-site rehearsal dinner or event.