“When I'm on campus it reminds me of home because there are wooded areas all around. You can walk out of your residence hall and immediately enjoy a stroll on the walking paths through the forest. It's really nice to not have tall city buildings everywhere.”
Caitlyn De Serres '18
Major: Psychology, Sociology
- Special Dean's List Honor Reception Recognizes Exceptional Student Achievement
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- Dr. Cathleen Santos Named President of the American Nurses Association - Massachusetts (ANA-MA)
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- Senior Art & Design Exhibit: "Seeing Double"
April 28 - May 22
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Four-year, residential, private, liberal arts-based, coeducational, degree-granting institution offering undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs; founded in 1879 by Anna Baright Curry and Samuel Silas Curry as the School of Elocution and Expression; focused on helping students understand their unique abilities, talents and interests as they seek and achieve excellence, and successfully take their place in the world
Milton, Massachusetts: a small community of nearly 27,000 within the Greater Boston metro; ranked #2 in Money Magazine's 2011 Best Places to Live; beautiful 131-acre, wooded New England residential campus just seven miles from downtown Boston, known as the "ultimate college town" and serving approximately 250,000 students; near shuttle-to-subway route and major historic sites, legendary sports venues, shops, restaurants, orchestras, entertainment, cultural events, art galleries and museums; close to Blue Hills Nature Reservation with skiing and hiking trails, horseback riding, environmental education and recreation
Twenty-two undergraduate majors and more than 60 minors and concentrations, with pre-professional preparation; four graduate programs in business administration, criminal justice, education, nursing; variety of continuing education offerings
DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Graduate: Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (M.A.C.J.); Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.); Master of Education (M.Ed.); Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
Continuing education and graduate certificate programs
Approximately 2,100 full-time, traditional undergraduates from 32 states and 13 countries; more than 1,400 continuing education and 300+ graduate students; nearly 75 percent of undergraduates live on campus
450 full- and part-time faculty members with a primary focus on teaching; approximately 72 percent hold a Ph.D. or the terminal degree in their field; student/faculty ratio of 11:1
Wide range of welcoming groups and exciting activities to engage the entire campus community, including more than 35 student clubs and organizations, Student Government Association (SGA), Student Entertainment and Events (SEE) all-campus programming group, Student Ambassadors
Intramurals and recreation
Rugby, Step and Dance Club, cheerleading; nine outdoor tennis courts, cross-country running and fitness trail, fields for football, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse; indoor facilities for volleyball, basketball, weight training
Arts and media
Theatre, chorale; WMLN-FM 91.5 campus radio, CC8 campus television; Currier Times student newspaper, Curry Arts Journal, Amethyst yearbook
Multicultural student union, International Club, ONE Curry, Curry Cares, extensive community service opportunities
Life and health
Office of Spiritual Life, chapel; counseling services, health services
Special programs and support
Honors, academic enrichment center, academic advising, speaking center, Center for Career Development, Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL)
Levin Memorial Library; dynamic, contemporary Student Center with Dining Marketplace and sports café, Katz Gymnasium, fitness center, group exercise studio, student lounge with fireplace
NCAA Division III; New England Football Conference, The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC), Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)
Baseball, basketball, football, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis
Basketball, cross-country, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball
Nearly 70 percent of Curry College students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, loans, grants and work-study assistance
Curry College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, a non-governmental, nationally recognized organization whose affiliated institutions include elementary schools through collegiate institutions offering post-graduate instruction.
Curry College's undergraduate and graduate nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.