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International students are able to reside in any of our 17 residence halls throughout their time at Curry College. First-year international students will be placed in the North Campus Residence Hall. This space allows students to have access to kitchens, common spaces, direct access to a professional staff member and residency within a community of both first-year and second-year students.
International students may have U.S. roommates or other international roommates. The experience of having a U.S. roommate may be rewarding because it provides each student with the opportunity to learn about the other's culture. Residence Life & Housing is committed to providing the best possible experience for our new international students in residence and will work with each of them to work on their transition to living with their new roommate upon arrival at Curry.
The College's residence halls close during the following time periods; Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, Spring Break and Summer Break. There are limited opportunities for students to stay on campus and Residence Life & Housing is committed to working with all students who live outside of a reasonable distance from the Boston area, especially our international students.
All international resident students must be enrolled in a college meal plan. International residents will also have access to kitchen space within NCRH (for their first semester on campus) to prepare any meals they wish to on their own. Students are encouraged to work with Dining Services should they have any special dietary needs (allergy, religious, etc.)