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Trolleys outside Curry College Student Center on Accepted Student Day.
April 08, 2018

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Academics | Student Success

Curry College recently welcomed nearly 2,000 guests to the Milton campus for the College's annual Accepted Student Day event. 

Photo Gallery: 2018 Accepted Student Day 

More than 600 accepted students and their families, many of them wearing Curry purple, enjoyed brunch in the Student Center Marketplace, took guided campus tours, attended the Student Involvement and Activities Fair, and more. 

While prospective members of the Class of 2022 attended mock classes in their areas of study, families had the opportunity to choose from several informational sessions, including a career development discussion with seven recent graduates. Alexis Evers '15, Shannon Griffith '16, Nicholas Ironside '14, David Norris '10, Moussa Seck '12, Elton Silva '14, and Jill Young '11 shared how their experiences at Curry helped them grow from first-year college students to successful young professionals. 

Photo Gallery: 2018 Accepted Student Day Photo Booth 

The Katz Gymnasium in the Student Center was standing-room only for the official College Welcome. Alex Corvese, an Accounting major and student-athlete from the Class of 2018, delivered an inspirational speech about the opportunities Curry has afforded him, and his hope to land a job at a Fortune 500 company post-graduation. 

Watch: Alex Corvese delivers student speech

Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., and Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Maryellen Kiley also addressed the crowd, encouraging prospective students to choose a college that is the right fit for them. 

Curry is excited to officially welcome the Class of 2022 to our community in August 2018.