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Safe. Healthy. Together.

We are all excited to have our entire community back on our beautiful campus for the Fall 2022 semester. By maintaining the shared expectation of commitment to one another that saw us successfully through the past few academic years together, we can do our best to help Curry stay healthy.

LATEST UPDATES, FALL 2022:

  • Curry College requires ALL members of our community - students, faculty, and staff - to be fully vaccinated, as defined by the CDC.
    • Community members seeking an exemption from the vaccination requirement must either submit a medical or religious exemption waiver request
  • Masks remain a requirement for indoor spaces for those:
    • Not fully vaccinated, as defined by the CDC
    • Members of the community with an approved and/or pending vaccination exemption
    • Ten full days after a positive COVID-19 diagnosis (as well as compliance with isolation protocols)
    • Close contacts of a COVID-19 exposure, per CDC guidance and Curry protocols
    • If you have any symptoms
  • Onboard testing will be required for all members of the Curry community (including all commuter and residential students, faculty, and staff, regardless of vaccination status) before the start of the Fall semester

This website will be updated as additional information becomes available. Please note that all plans for Fall 2022 are contingent upon the evolving public health situation. We will be monitoring all guidance from local, state and federal authorities carefully and constantly. Should these plans change, we will notify the Curry community promptly.

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Return to Campus Planning

We will always put our students first, taking precautions to continue to keep you and our campus as safe as possible.

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Academics

For both traditional undergraduate and continuing education and graduate courses, as well as academic support, Curry College conducts in-person, face-to-face courses and services. Programs or courses that are designated hyflex, hybrid or online for CE-Grad will continue to be offered in those modalities. Study Abroad and Study Away programs have resumed, and all lab, clinical and performative coursework will proceed in person.

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Health and Safety

We are fully committed to keeping our community and our campus as safe as possible. That’s why we are requiring all students, faculty and staff to be fully vaccinated, as defined by the CDC.

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Have a Question/Comment?

Do you have questions, concerns, and/or comments? Please don't hesitate to submit an inquiry. We look forward to providing you with the latest information.

Curry College community members are encouraged to report any incidents potentially related to COVID-19.

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As always, our first priority is keeping our entire community, especially our students, safe. We will continue to communicate with students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, and visitors frequently.

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