News and Events
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The President’s Task Force on Racial Justice
Learn about this important initiative at ENC and get the latest updates.
Quincy, MA – Eastern Nazarene College President Jack Connell is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Bill McCoy as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, effective immediately. Dr. McCoy’s appointment follows a national search and comes after his successful tenure as ENC’s Interim Academic Dean during the 2020-21 academic year. […]
Eastern Nazarene College has recently received funding under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). With a portion of the funds, ENC has established a CRRSAA Student Emergency Relief Fund to assist students with urgent financial needs as they relate to the novel coronavirus. The intent of the CRRSAA funding is to assist students […]
Learn more about the opening plans and safety protocols in place for students as they return to campus.
Merry Christmas to you and yours from all of us at Eastern Nazarene College!
The Eastern Nazarene College Board of Trustees has elected Dr. Melody Eckardt as its new chair. Dr. Eckardt is a graduate of Messiah College, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and the Harvard School of Public Health. She currently serves as Senior Maternal Health Advisor in the Global Health Innovation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital and […]
Eastern Nazarene College Assistant Professor of Biology, Robert Logan, has co-authored a paper published by the journal Aging (Albany, NY), detailing the medical case studies of the first known patients in the world to die from the novel SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) infection, in Wuhan, China. “Since the mutation rate in the COVID-19 virus seems to be […]
A blessed Thanksgiving, from our ENC family to yours! On behalf of President Jack Connell and all of us at ENC, we wish you a blessed Thanksgiving!
Eastern Nazarene College announced today plans to freeze tuition rates for all undergraduate and graduate students for the 2021-22 academic year. “We understand that our students and their families are facing a lot of economic pressure during this pandemic, and we want to come alongside them and do what we can to keep an […]
President Connell sent the following message to the ENC community on October 23, 2020: Dear ENC Community: You don’t need me to tell you that much of the political dialogue these days is ugly. I suggested at our academic convocation in August that this election season was shaping up to be a junior high food […]
As we approach the mid-point of our fall 2020 semester, and look forward to our plans for spring 2021, we invite you to view this special update from Interim Academic Dean, Dr. Bill McCoy.