“In the residence halls, room doors are always open. Everybody's in and out. You're hanging out with one person here and the next thing you know you're down the hall and hanging out with somebody else. Even though we were all mixed majors that didn't stop us from studying together.”
Chelsey Kaiser '14
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At Curry College you will have the opportunity to excel not only on campus or in nearby Boston, but also reach beyond the walls of Curry. You can take any number of foreign language offerings; gain exceptional real-world experience through extensive internship opportunities in New York, Washington D.C., Florida and other American cities; or enrich your educational and cultural experience during a Study Abroad semester in the U.K., Spain, France, Italy, Australia or elsewhere.
Some of our departments also run week-long trips to places like Los Angeles, Paris and Beijing to give their students a taste of other cultures and professional settings specific to their majors.
Criminal Justice major Brandon Traina one day hopes to become a part of one of the most prestigious law enforcement organizations in the world, the NYPD.
Lindsay Fisher '08 is a glowing example of the type of graduate Curry College strives to produce each year. Not only has she already gone above and beyond what is expected of today's young professionals, she has far surpassed what is expected of people in general.
A Psychology and Criminal Justice double-major, Katie Russell decided in her junior year to take a semester at sea, a whirlwind academic boat trip which took her to 14 different countries.