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Eastern Nazarene College (ENC)

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About Eastern Nazarene College (ENC)

The Eastern Nazarene College (or ENC) was established as a holiness college in 1900 and relocated to the current location - Massachusetts in 1919.
It is a private, coeducational college of the liberal arts and sciences in Quincy, Massachusetts near Boston, in the New England region of the United States.

Broadening Our Vision
In 1955, a new era began for ENC, when the College decided to commit itself entirely to higher education. Over the next thirty years, ENC expanded its bachelor’s degree offerings, and many new undergraduate majors were added to the academic catalogue. In addition to the growth in baccalaureate programs, several new graduate degree programs were added between 1964 and 1981. Accelerated degree programs were established for working adults in 1990. Eastern Nazarene also expanded into other Quincy locations toward the end of the 20th century, with the creation of the Adams Executive Center and the Old Colony Campus on Old Colony Avenue. To meet growing demand for continuing education, the College founded four new Adult & Graduate Studies satellite campuses in 2008.

Who We Are Today
Today, Eastern Nazarene College thrives as a Christian college of the liberal arts and sciences in a beautiful and historic seaside city. Professors at ENC are all committed Christians who hold degrees from top-ranked research institutions, receive national recognition for their academic achievements, interact with students on a personal basis, and are professionally active in Boston and beyond. Students at the College are also highly engaged, and have recently been involved in such activities as research at Harvard, study at Oxford, music tours in the South Pacific, caring for sick children in Uganda, outreach to the homeless of Boston, and ecological conservation on the South Shore. Many have discovered their life’s purpose while at ENC, and graduates of the College experience extraordinary success in fields as diverse as astrophysics and urban ministry, as Eastern Nazarene College continues to serve God, the Church, and the World by providing a quality liberal arts education to students of all ages.

Campus information

The Eastern Nazarene College has two campuses. The main campus of ENC is located at Wollaston Park area of Quincy, Massachusetts whereby the satelite campus is located at Old Colony Avenue in Quincy. 

The Eatern Nazarene College is located on Boston’s historic south shore, within walking distance of Quincy Bay. 

Accommodation

Memorial and Shields Halls are available to all male students to help foster and build relationships. Memorial Hall is named in honor of those who served and died in the Second World War. Shields Hall is named in honor of the first president of Eastern Nazarene College, Frederick James Shields.There are single and double rooms in each building. Each floor has its own community bathroom as well as a lounge. Memorial Hall also has The Underground which is a common area for men and women to socialize. This common area has cable, a pool table and table tennis.

Munro Hall was the first building constructed by Eastern Nazarene College in Massachusetts and is named for the founding dean of the College, Bertha Munro. Munro Hall houses female upperclassmen only and has a combination of single, double, and triple suites. There are two shared bathrooms and one lounge/prayer room on each floor. There is a kitchenette and one large parlor, which are both shared by all the residents of Munro Hall.

Spangenberg & Williamson Halls are named for Alice Spangenberg and Esther Williamson, both distinguished long-time professors of English and Music at Eastern Nazarene College. "Spange & Willy" house predominantly sophomores and freshmen, respectively, and are residence halls for female students only. Two women share each room and there is a shared bathroom on each floor, as well as a lounge. There is a parlor and kitchenette in Spangenberg Hall.

Young Hall houses upperclassmen males and females. Rooms are suite style living and are for groups of four residents. The rooms come standard with a private bathroom, kitchen area with built-in sink, air conditioning unit, common room, and two bedrooms.Each floor has a common area lounge for residents, and the third floor lounge is designated as a study room. Traditional student housing is on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors.The 1st and 2nd floors are reserved for married students and faculty/staff housing.   

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Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 4 Computer Science and IT 1 Engineering 2 Mass Communication & Media 2

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