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We are all excited to have our entire community back on our beautiful campus. By maintaining the shared expectation of commitment to one another that saw us successfully through the last academic year together, we can do our best to help Curry stay healthy.
LATEST UPDATES, SPRING 2022:
- Boosters are required for all students, staff, and faculty, except those who have approved waivers.
- Effective Monday, March 14, vaccinated and boostered students, faculty, and staff will no longer be required to wear masks when inside campus buildings except in designated areas such as Health Services, the COVID Clinic, and the Curry Transportation Shuttle.
- Any student, faculty, or staff member who feels more comfortable wearing face coverings should feel free to do so. Surgical masks will continue to be provided and stocked in all classrooms, and throughout campus.
- Throughout the remainder of the Spring 2022 semester, members of the faculty will have the option to require that students wear masks when in their classrooms. Faculty and staff members may similarly require students to wear masks at indoor meetings or during indoor one-on-one interactions.
- Masks remain a requirement for those not up-to-date on vaccinations; members of the community with an approved and/or pending vaccination exemptions; ten full days after a positive COVID-19 diagnosis; and close contacts of a COVID-19 exposure, per CDC guidance and Curry protocols.
- Weekly on-campus surveillance testing continues for spring athletes, student teachers, and individuals with medical or religious waivers. The College continues to monitor and test close contacts and symptomatic individuals.
Students, faculty, and staff will need to continue showing a “CLEARED” on their CoVerified app when entering campus.
When students, faculty, and staff returned from Spring Break (3/13-3/20) the following was required or offered:
- Surveillance testing was done for all students in the Cottage for two weeks. Every student needed to test once the week of March 21 and the week of March 28.
- Faculty and staff were offered home kits if they traveled over break. Test kits were available in the Cottage to use on their return to campus.
This website will be updated as additional information becomes available. Please note that all plans for Spring 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.
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.
All of us at Curry have the responsibility to promote and maintain the health and safety of our entire community on campus. With this in mind, the College is maintaining and continuing the new policies, procedures, and shared expectations of commitment to one another through our Community Agreement.
Residential and Campus Life
We are committed to providing for our students the opportunities for engagement and involvement, as well as the wholehearted support, which have always been hallmarks of the Curry experience.
Recent News: Success in the Face of Crisis
Milton Ranked Safest College Town in AmericaFor the second straight year, Milton, Massachusetts, home of Curry College's Milton Campus, has been ranked 'Safest College Town in America.' The latest 2021 rankings were published by SafeWise in their annual national report on public safety, "Safest Cities in America.” Milton topped the list of over 400 college towns due to lows in violent crime rate and a property crime rate, according to FBI statistics.
From Curry to COVID, Quincy Teacher Greg Caswell ’13 Says Collective Experiences Shaped His Success TodayIf you ask Quincy Public School Teacher Greg Caswell '13, this upcoming school year only stands to gain from everything teachers have learned through the interchanging remote and hybrid models of teaching and learning that took place in the last academic year. His advice to current and upcoming Curry education majors is to take advantage of the field experiences and all of the opportunities available at the College.
Curry Family Council Chairs Celebrate the Close of a Monumental Academic YearClosing out the 2020-2021 academic year together on campus is no small feat. The success of Curry's students, faculty, and staff has only further demonstrated the power and strength of the College's close community, say leaders of the Curry Family Council.
Class of 2021 Conclude Extraordinary College Experience in Commencement CelebrationOn a summer-like day, Curry College honored 687 graduates from the Class of 2021 in its 141st Commencement celebration. The ceremony, to which graduates were allowed to invite two guests, was live streamed today from the Walter M. Katz field to approximately 2,300 family members, friends, alumni, faculty and staff among other Curry community members.
Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2020 in Historic In-Person CommencementCurry College honored 689 graduates from the Class of 2020 in its 140th Commencement celebration on Saturday, May 22, 2021. The ceremony, to which graduates were allowed to invite two guests, was live-streamed from the Walter M. Katz field to approximately 800 family members, friends, alumni, faculty and staff among other Curry community members. The in-person ceremony was especially cherished after a year-plus of adversity and uncertainty stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, including an unprecedented remote final semester at the College last spring.
52nd Annual Awards Day Celebrates the Best of Curry CollegeThis month, the College honored the best and brightest during its 52nd Annual Curry College Awards Recognition Ceremony, which was held as a week-long social media campaign to honor the amazing accomplishments of the 2020-21 academic year. Beyond excelling in a year like no other, the award-winners were honored for their notable achievements in academics, athletics, arts, service, and social justice.
International Learning Returns: Students Make Plans to go Abroad for Fall and SpringThis month, a handful of Curry College students are exploring plans to study abroad for the fall and spring semesters with destinations that include Costa Rica, London and Japan. As travel restrictions relax, the College offers several ways for students to travel either semester-long or short-term trips through its Study Away program
Sport and Recreation Students Gain Real-Life Experience in Unprecedented Athletics SeasonThrough the Sport and Recreation program, both Gregory and Muhlauri have gained valuable life skills that will directly impact their respective future careers.
‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job ConnectionsIn the last three weeks, more than 100 employers met virtually with Curry College students to network and potentially fill hundreds of open positions, from internships to part and full-time jobs. The new "Industry Night" career fair series led by the Center for Career Development featured five virtual events organized by industry to allow students of related majors to meet with potential employers from their desired career fields.
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.