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The College has made every effort to avoid scheduling complications for commuter students due to the hyflex model (an in-person class immediately followed by an online class, for example).
We also understand the need for space for students to study and complete online coursework on campus, outside of classrooms and residence halls, and collaboration with classmates is an important part of the academic experience at Curry. Dedicated and appropriately socially distanced spaces have been identified for students to do online coursework, study together and complete group assignments and will be announced prior to the start of the spring semester.
Parking permits ($125/yr) can be obtained Monday through Friday (8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.) at the Public Safety office. Although no cars will be ticketed during the first week of classes, we encourage you to request your parking permit as soon as they become available. Please keep in mind that your tuition bills must be settled in order to secure a parking pass. If you are planning to use public transportation to campus, we are looking at the hours of our T-Van shuttle that provides transportation from the Mattapan T-station to campus daily. The shuttle will operate the same hours as the fall semester.
All residential and commuter students will be onboard tested upon return to campus this Fall. The College also tested all faculty and staff (including resident vendors such as dining services, cleaning services and Bookstore services) as the semester commenced.
All residential and commuter students will be onboard tested upon return to campus this Spring. The College will also test all faculty and staff (including resident vendors such as dining services, cleaning services and Bookstore services) as the semester commences.
Prior to attending your first in-person class the week of February 1, all students will be required to produce a negative COVID-19 test result. During the week of January 25, you may stop by campus to get your COVID-19 test between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday that week, or on Saturday, January 30 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
You may also get a COVID-19 test from a local provider (antigen and PCR only). When you receive your negative result, please upload your documentation to CoVerified and please make sure your name is clearly viewable.
Also, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has required that students submit confirmation of receiving a Flu Vaccine this year to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have not done this already, please do so as soon as possible.
If you have any specific questions regarding COVID19 testing or the Flu Vaccine, please reach out Health Services at 617-333-2182 or via email at email@example.com.
On a weekly basis throughout the Spring semester, the College will conduct surveillance testing in partnership with the Broad Institute’s Testing Program. This includes ALL commuter students (including CE-Grad students) coming to campus at least once a week during the semester.
Tests will be conducted in the Katz Gymnasium in the Student Center using the nasal swab process.
Importantly, the College’s daily health screen requirement further limits the presence on campus of individuals that may be symptomatic or may have been exposed to infected individuals.
Any community member who obtains a test from an external entity will have a responsibility to immediately report positive tests and negative test clearances to the College, both for tracking and reporting to the Board of Health.