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The Maine Orthopaedic Review is held at Endicott College, a quaint New England college with a scenic, well-equipped campus. It is the perfect setting to get away from the hustle and bustle and focus on board preparation. At the end of the first week, join us for a world-famous Maine-style lobster bake as a reward for your hard work and time well-spent. All classes are held in a modern, air-conditioned educational facility. Casual attire is the style for all sessions.

Driving information to Endicott College

Directions to the Main Campus

Using GPS? The main campus address is 376 Hale Street; Beverly, MA; 01915.

Please reference our campus map for directions to Misselwood, the Walter J. Manninen Center, and Endicott athletic facilities.

From Route 128 North (Exit 45 on Route 95):

Take Exit 48 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms). Turn right off the exit ramp and right again after 1.5 miles onto Haskell Street (by the cemetery). Proceed to the end, at stop sign, turn right onto Hale Street-Route 127. Travel 1.5 miles on Route 127 to Endicott College. The main entrance is the second entrance on the right.

From Route 128 South:

Take Exit 48 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms). Turn left off the exit ramp and follow directions above.

From 1-84, Hartford, New York City, or I-90, Albany:

Take the Mass Pike to Exit 14, Weston. Follow I-95 North to Exit 45, Route 128 North, toward Gloucester. Follow directions above from Route 128 North.

From Maine:

Follow Route 95 South to Route 1 South to Route 62 East to Route 128 North. Follow the directions above from Route 128 North.

From Vermont, New Hampshire:

Follow Route 89, take Route 93 South to Route 95 North to Exit 45, Route 128 North, toward Gloucester. Follow directions above from Route 128 North.

From Boston:

Follow Route I-93 North to I-95 North to Exit 45, Route 128 North, toward Gloucester. Follow the directions above from Route 128 North.

Air Connections

Boston's Logan Airport is about 30-40 minute drive by taxi, car rental, or Uber.

About Endicott College

The Founding of Endicott

Endicott College was founded in 1939 by Dr. Eleanor Tupper and her husband, the Reverend Dr. George O. Bierkoe, who shared the vision of creating a college to educate women for greater independence and an enhanced position in the workplace. This was a radical idea in the days near the end of the Depression and just before America's entry into World War II, yet despite its unconventional nature, the dream took hold and flourished during the war and the years beyond.

The College was issued its first charter by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1939 and graduated its first class, a group of just 20 students, in 1941. In 1944, it was officially approved by the Commonwealth for the granting of Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees. Eight years later in 1952, Endicott was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. In 1988 the College earned four-year status and graduated its first baccalaureate class in 1990. The first coeducational class entered in the fall of 1994, the first graduate programs were introduced in 1996, and in 2012 Endicott became the first college on the North Shore to offer doctoral programs.

Endicott Today

Today, Endicott College offers associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, plus graduate-level certificates, and enrolls more than 2,900 traditional undergraduate students and 1,760 graduate students at its main campus in Beverly, Mass., online, and at offsite locations. An additional 283 students are enrolled in accelerated undergraduate programs through the Van Loan School of Professional Studies.

The campus, too, has grown. From the first purchase in 1939 of a handsome estate and Victorian mansion to accommodate both classrooms and living quarters to our current 235 acres and 56 buildings that include academic centers, residence halls, athletic facilities, an arts center, and state-of-the-art technology, today's Endicott has continued to be a beautiful and supportive environment where students and faculty come together as a true community of learners.

Direct inquiries about Endicott and Housing to:

Maine Orthopaedic Review, LLC
126 Western Avenue #1021
Augusta, ME 04330


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