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"For student work to be nominated at the national level is impressive. Our students are constantly striving to be their best and they put this effort into everything they do."

-Communication Professor Jerry Gibbs
On the Curry College Television/Digital Video and Film tracks being recognized by the National Broadcasting Society

"It's exciting, because it is taking everything I've learned about science, but rather than just doing the research at the ground level, we're on the front lines, really implementing it and putting it into policy."

Elizabeth Eddy '11, ORISE Research Participant
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Washington, D.C.

"The internship my professor helped me secure at Greater Boston Legal Services was a pretty amazing experience. And it's a position usually reserved only for law school students."

Ellery O'Hara '17
Criminal Justice, Honors Program
Men's Ice Hockey

"Within Curry's supportive environment, I felt comfortable enough to take a risk and step into leadership positions. By joining clubs and organizations, I learned how the process works and that you could start your own club, implement your ideas and create change."

Krista Selnau '09, Politics & History/English
Staff Attorney, Pine Tree Legal Assistance

"We believe in the philosophy of hands-on training and learning by doing. That philosophy works. At Curry, first-year students have an opportunity to get on the air within two to three weeks of arriving."

Professor Alan Frank
Director, WMLN-FM

"The small community here at Curry has allowed me to flourish both academically and socially. It's so rewarding to know that I'm part of something bigger than myself and that I can positively influence so many others with my actions."

Mikayla Korona '17
Community Health and Wellness

"I was the accounting and finance intern for Hill Holliday in the company's Boston office. The team I worked with was unbelievable and I got hands-on experience with anything and everything you can think of in the accounting world."

Martin Heavey '16, Business Management

"Despite all of the experiences I've had abroad, I was never really involved in high school; never really put myself out there. But Curry has given me the confidence and the comfort level to take that extra step and do the things I never thought I would do."

Andrew Gass '18, English/Writing, Education

"When we do the reviews for the shoes, I think back to sitting in studio class at Curry, where we’d critique everyone’s pieces. Our professor would always say that critiques are not something to be taken personally. In fact they help you progress and make something good, even better."

Nikki Graves '06, Global QA Specialist
The Rockport Group

"I can't say enough about the Curry Education program. I was so close with all of my professors. I was always emailing and meeting with them. And the small class sizes were great - they were so personal. I loved it!"

Monica DiStefano '14
6th Grade Math Teacher
Scituate Public Schools

"At Curry, I had the chance to do everything I wanted to do...and I couldn't have asked for a better job out of college. It's absolutely been a dream so far."

Tyler Collins '14
Associate Graphic Designer
Gupta Media

"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

"Completing a dual degree, working several on campus jobs and interning at various companies are what helped me perfect time management and prioritization - transferable skills which have served me well in my career."

Elton Silva '14, Senior Consultant of Pharmacy Operations, CVS Health

"Many of my professors have their own clinical practices, and they bring their professional experiences into our classroom discussions. And that is so much more interesting than just reading from a textbook."

Shannon Griffith '16
Psychology, Sociology

Founded in 1879, Curry College is a private, four-year, liberal arts-based institution located on a wooded 131-acre campus in Milton, MA, just seven miles from downtown Boston. We offer 22 undergraduate majors, over 60 minors and concentrations, as well as four graduate programs.

Future students at Curry College can apply for admission and choose from quality academic programs, including undergraduate majors, graduate studies and continuing education classes delivered by committed and caring faculty at our campus locations in Milton and Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Curry College welcomes adult and graduate students into quality academic programs to achieve bachelor’s degrees, master’s/graduate degrees and certificates or pursue continuing education courses, corporate training and professional development opportunities.

More than 14,000 Curry College alumni stay connected with our dynamic community through online access, campus events, publications, volunteering, naming opportunities and ways to give that help provide quality academic experiences and rewarding outcomes.

Curry College welcomes our parents as important partners with our caring and committed faculty and staff in creating successful, individualized and empowering academic and personal opportunities and outcomes for motivated and passionate undergraduate students.

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    Curry's student-run news program, "Curry Prime Time Report," and the most recent student-produced film from the RED Camera class, "Reflexivity," are both finalists in their respective categories in the National Broadcasting Society's annual student competition.

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    The Curry College Department of Fine and Applied Arts is proud to host "Primary Sources", an art exhibition highlighting the works of self-taught African American artists from the South. The exhibit will run January 25 - March 6 in the Hoon Keith Quiet Study Lounge with a gallery reception on Wednesday, February 10 from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.

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    Curry offers a wide variety of athletic programs, including 14 Division III varsity teams. The Colonels' athletic program places its highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience while providing competition for men and women who have come to Curry for both academic and athletic opportunities.

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    The internationally recognized Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) is a structured support program providing assistance to bright, college-able students with specific learning disabilities and/or AD/HD.


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