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

Educating the Top Nurses in Massachusetts 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

Culminating Research, Projects Presented at 2021 Academic Forum

Culminating Research, Projects Presented at 2021 Academic Forum

Every spring, Curry College students have the opportunity to present their academic research, creative portfolios, and other culminating projects to the College community including faculty, staff, and fellow students at the annual Academic Forum. This year, the event took place virtually on April 21 and featured nearly 40 student presentations across all majors and stages in the iterative process of discovery and academic inquiry.
‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

In 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.
On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

In March, roughly 16 Curry College nursing students started new jobs to help administer COVID-19 vaccines at local mass vaccination sites, including the Gillette Mass Vaccination site and the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

They might only be halfway through their last semester at the College, but many graduating seniors are already making plans for their next steps after graduating in May.
Amber Soucy

NBC10 Features Curry Faculty, Students and Alumni

Curry faculty, staff, students, and alumni were featured in the NBC10 special, “Who’s Hiring? Careers on the Rise,” on Sunday, February 21.
Theatre Students to Act in Real-Life Clinical Scenarios for Nursing Students with New Grant Award

Theatre Students to Act in Real-Life Clinical Scenarios for Nursing Students with New Grant Award

The School of Nursing received a $129,038 grant to build a unique simulated participant program that trains theatre students to act as patients in real-life clinical scenarios.
A collage of students socializing in masks on campus during COVID

Curry’s Community Propels College Forward in Face of Extraordinary Challenges

Through challenge and hardship, the coronavirus has only strengthened the Curry College community's commitment to one another, as faculty, students, staff and alumni have discovered new ways to thrive in uncertain times.
Jean Merisier ’20

Curry Alumni Help Combat Coronavirus

As doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, educators, law enforcement professionals and more, Curry alumni have given unsparingly of their time and energy for the greater public good at this moment of crisis.
Allyson Cunningham '19 Recognized by Tufts Medical Center for Leadership, Work Ethic and Compassion

Allyson Cunningham '19 Recognized by Tufts Medical Center for Leadership, Work Ethic and Compassion

Allyson Cunningham '19 began her career as a Registered Nurse in the Neurological Intensive Care Unit at Tufts Medical Center the summer after graduating from the College. In roughly six months, Cunningham jumped from entry-level nurse in the Novice Nurse program to essential healthcare worker managing care for vulnerable coronavirus patients in the critical care unit.

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