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Students at Curry College in the lab smiling while pursuing a Nursing Degree

Educating Boston's Top Nurses for Over 40 Years

In 1977, Boston Children's Hospital School of Nursing elected to phase out their diploma school and merge their resources with Curry College. As the first Nursing program in the State of Massachusetts to be accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, we pride ourselves on delivering a rigorous, world- class, educational experience that prepares graduates to provide the highest quality of nursing care.

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Going Above and Beyond the Classroom

Curry College Student Nurses Association members
CCSNA

Curry College Student Nurses Association members participate in community, legislative and recruitment projects, attend national and local conferences, have access to the NSNA Foundation Scholarship Program, and much more.

Student member of the Theta at Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau holds up her membership certificate
Honor Society

Student members of Sigma Theta Tau have many opportunities, including traveling away and abroad, to leadership conferences, academic events, member forums and a biennial convention.

A Curry College nursing student plays cards with an elderly community member
Community

Curry College students from the School of Nursing routinely engage in health promotion and disease prevention in the Greater Boston area.

Curry College School of Nursing students in their Purple Scrubs

Purple Pride for Clinicals!

School of Nursing students now don purple scrubs for their clinical rotations out in the field, representing the official colors of Curry College.

Highlights in Nursing

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Information for Roxbury Community College Nursing Students and Alumni

Curry College has learned through media reports that Roxbury Community College's nursing program approval has been withdrawn by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing.
John Fish, Hon. '19 and Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr,

Curry College Confers Over 750 Degrees at 2019 Commencement

Curry College awarded 754 degrees during its Commencement Exercises on Sunday, May 19 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
New Birthing Simulator Provides Training for Nursing Students at Curry College

New Birthing Simulator Provides Training for Nursing Students, Supports Developing Countries

The School of Nursing recently introduced a new birthing simulator to train nursing students in caring for women as they go through the stages of labor.
Curry College Alumna Helps Save Man's Life at Airport

Curry Alumna Helps Save Man's Life at Airport

Returning home from a trip with friends, Curry College nursing alumna Chelsea Pinho '08 was at an airport gate in Philadelphia when a man collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest.
Scholar Athletes Awarded Scholarship in Surprise Reveal

Newest Curry Scholar Athlete Awarded Scholarship in Surprise Reveal

Two Boston Public Schools students were awarded full-tuition, four-year scholarships through Scholar Athletes earlier this week. One of these students, Rosedina Blanc, will start at Curry College this fall.
Curry College Awards Day 2019

50th Annual Awards Recognition Ceremony Celebrates the Best of Curry College 2018-2019

The 50th annual Curry College Awards Recognition Ceremony was held on Friday, May 3, 2019. This special event honors Curry College students who have achieved excellence in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics, as well as recognizes Curry staff and faculty for their efforts.
Curry College students and their mentors at Dean's List Honor Reception.

Annual Dean's List Honors Reception Recognizes Exceptional Academic Achievement

On Wednesday, April 24, in a special, annual ceremony held at the Shelley I. Hoon Keith and John W. Keith Alumni House, Curry College honored the exceptional academic achievements of 87 graduating students who were named to the Dean's List each and every semester they studied at the College.
Bertha Lee, Ph.D., BSN

Dr. Bertha Lee's Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Major Nursing Journal

The manuscript, "Associations between Physical Activity and Positive Psychological Well-Being among U.S. Latino Older Adults," by Assistant Professor of Nursing Bertha Lee, Ph.D., BSN, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Gerontological Nursing.
Jane Lawless

Associate Professor Jane Lawless Addresses Access Limitations to Evidence-based Information Among Nurses

Jane Lawless, Associate Professor, Electronic Resources Librarian, and Liaison to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences programs, outlines practical solutions for professional nurses who face limited access to recent evidence-based research in the March 2019 issue of Massachusetts Report on Nursing.

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