"One thing that stood out to me about Curry was the option of participating in an independent research study, which is essential to a Biology major like me."
Kenley Preval '15, Biology Major
Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics Minor
"My psychology and health classes have helped me identify what kind of person I am and who I want to be. I've learned a lot about making connections with people, which is not only helpful in social interactions, but also for future internships and jobs in the psychology field."
Jessica Lorento '16, Psychology
"Read, read, read...because the more you read...the more it enhances your ability to write."
Hall of Fame Sportswriter Bob Ryan
Author, Scribe: My Life in Sports
-Sharing career advice with Curry student-writers during the fall 2014 Littlefield Lecture Series event
"It is such an honor to be selected as the recipient of the Emerging Leader Scholarship, especially being chosen from among so many qualified applicants."
Elaina Druid '16, Communication/PR
-On her recent recognition by the Boston Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
"The Curry Capstone students proved to be top-notch consultants for us. We were extremely lucky to have such bright individuals at our disposal to contribute to our brand."
Catherine Marshall, Reebok
Director of Global Business Development
-On working with Curry MBA student consultants for their Capstone project
"It feels welcoming to be in classes where I can be a part of the discussion and feel comfortable raising my hand and sharing my opinions."
Caitlyn De Serres '18
Double Major, Sociology & Psychology
"You are judged by your writing whether you like it or not – whether it’s an email, resume, cover letter - writing is important and being able to read and read critically is just as important."
Dr. Kristen Getchell, English & Writing
Coordinator, First-Year Writing Program
"It’s so easy to get involved at Curry. There are tons of clubs and organizations, really great on-campus job opportunities and professors and staff who are always here to help you."
Cameron Hoyt '17
Early Childhood Education
"Walking across that stage will feel amazing because I'll be the first one in my family to get a college degree. It will really make me feel good to know I made my family proud."
Alyxis Crompton '18, Special Education
"My favorite part of being a resident assistant is sharing my own college experiences with underclassmen, to help them pursue their goals and succeed in life."
Kylerr Bucano '15, Criminal Justice
President, Lambda Alpha Honor Society
Captain, Men's Basketball Team
"I had taken a public relations class in my first year and I really enjoyed it. I started to get this idea in my head that I wanted to do PR, so I threw myself into all PR classes and began doing internships. My dream is to work for a PR firm in Boston after graduation."
Elena del Peral '16, Communication/PR
"At first you hear the word 'Honors' and you think you'll be constantly stressed about papers and tests, but it's not really like that. The First-Year Honors Program is discussion-based learning where you are able to hear opinions and ideas from students from all the different majors."
Jared Berman '17
Politics & History and Criminal Justice
"At other schools, some nursing lecture classes can range from 300-400 students. When I came to Curry I noticed how small the classes were, and that was really important to me."
Taylor Pacheco '16, Nursing