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Curry College students receive their Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society membership certificates

Students who are driven to excel in their respective area of study can become involved in a number of supplemental programs of excellence at Curry College.  These include the Honors Program and Honor Societies recognizing the hard work and dedication of Curry students in a variety of majors.

Preparing Leaders in Profession and Community

Honors Program students represent all academic departments and participate in a wide range of clubs and athletics.  Building on the theme of "culture and identity" established by retired Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Dr. Peter Hainer, the Honors Program prepares students to be "leaders in the profession and in the community."  We aim to develop extraordinary citizens who can effectively negotiate the challenges and opportunities of today's diverse global and digital culture. 

Students can become involved academically outside of the classroom in a number of ways at Curry College, including induction into one of several local chapters of national honor societies or Curry's own Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society.  These honor societies recognize the hard work and dedication of Curry students in a variety of majors.

Honor Societies at Curry College include:

A student presents his research at the Curry College Annual Academic Forum

Annual Academic Forum

Every spring, Curry students have the opportunity to present their scholarly work to faculty, staff, and fellow students at the Academic Forum - with projects ranging across all majors and stages in the iterative process of discovery and inquiry.