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Be Our Guest!

Welcome to Accepted Student Day! We are excited to have you and your families join the Curry College community to celebrate your acceptance on Saturday, April 1, 2023.

Have you already decided to join the Curry College community? If so, stop by the enroll table under the check-in tent by the Student Center on Accepted Student Day (or enroll online below) to pay your enrollment deposit. We have a special gift for anyone attending Accepted Student Day who officially enrolls on or before April 1. Don’t leave without your Colonel Swag Bag full of fun Curry swag to get you geared up for the fall!

  • Resident Student deposit $500
  • Commuter Student deposit $200

Enroll Online (non-refundable after May 1, 2023)

The following options are open to visitors throughout Accepted Student Day:

Campus Bookstore – Save 20% on one item today!

8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Student Center


9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
Student Center

Popcorn and Beverages
Campus Tour Tent

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Food Trucks and Refreshments - Class of 2027 Reception
Student Center, Westhaver Park

Athletic Events

11:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
Baseball vs. Wentworth
Vallely Diamond

12:00 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Roger Williams
Katz Athletic Field

Accepted Student Day Schedule of Activities:

Tours of North Campus

9:15 - 11:00 a.m. & 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Leaving every 15 minutes from the tent located along Atherton Street (President’s Office)

Follow signs to the Campus Tour Tent where a student ambassador will take you on a walking tour that includes one of our many residence halls, as well as our award-winning, student-run radio station, WMLN-FM 91.5. If you prefer to be in front of the camera, visit our television studio in the Hirsh Communication Center. A must see is the Learning Commons and The Science and Research Center. While you are on the Academic Quad, you’ll also want to check out the Levin Memorial Library, Academic Support Zone, and the Academic and Performance Center.

Fitness Center

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Student Center
Get your steps in! Take a walk to Curry’s state-of-the art fitness center to learn about the ways Curry students stay fit, and learn about the many Club sports and Intramural athletic opportunities.

Hirsh Communication Center

9:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Hafer Academic Building (North Campus)
Stop by our state-of-the-art Hirsh Communication Center, home to the CC8-TV studio and learn more about the many concentrations within the Communication major.

Residence Halls

9:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
North Campus
Have you already been on a campus tour, but would like to see another Residence Hall? If you would like to see another room on the North Campus, be sure to stop by the tour tent for details on rooms available to view throughout the afternoon.

Nursing Labs

9:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Kennedy Academic Building (South Campus)
If you are accepted to our School of Nursing, be sure to visit the recently renovated Nursing Simulation facilities, located on the second floor of the Kennedy Academic building. There, you will be able to see the health assessment lab, the simulation lab, and the nursing resource computer lab, and speak with students currently enrolled in the School of Nursing.

Curry Radio – WMLN-FM 91.5

9:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Academic Quad (North Campus)
Stop by Curry’s student-run FM radio station to see how you can become involved in radio broadcasting as a Curry student. WMLN will also be broadcasting live throughout the day from Westhaver Park, in front of the Student Center.

Conversations with the Community
Student Center

Enjoy continental breakfast with faculty, staff, coaches, parents, and students. Speak with faculty from the academic programs you are interested in exploring. Learn more about why Curry is committed to helping you achieve excellence in all that you do! Don’t forget to head up to the second floor for a meet & greet with the Diversity Center, and to tour our Fitness Center. Be sure to hand out your personalized business cards to members of the Curry Community you meet throughout the day.

Student Involvement and Services Fair
Miller Field House (North Campus)

Stop by the Student Involvement and Services Fair in the Miller Field House and meet with representatives from a variety of student run clubs and organizations, as well as representatives from the various Student Services offices campuswide. Don’t forget to pick-up your free Curry College Class of 2027 t-shirt while at the fair!

Financial Aid One-on-One Meetings
Academic and Performance Center, Smart Café (North Campus)

Meet with a financial aid counselor to discuss the aid application process, check on the status of your financial aid, or review your financial aid package. You can also discuss next steps, including securing your enrollment or alternative financing options.

Diversity Center Meet & Greet
Student Center, Diversity Center, Second Level

The Diversity Center (or ODI) support student success through programs and shared spaces that bring awareness to, honor, and uplift the wide range of students’ identities at Curry College. Though open to all who strive for equity and inclusion, the Diversity Center especially serve students who identify as historically underrepresented by way of ethnicity, race, gender, religion, documentation status, socioeconomic class, first-generation (in higher education), and LGBTQ+ identities. Stop by and connect with students and staff to learn more!

Student Financial Services Presentation
45-minute sessions, Academic and Performance Center, Keith Auditorium (North Campus)

Learn your options for financing a Curry College education in this presentation. Representatives from Student Financial Services will take you step-by-step through the development of a financial plan to cover educational expenses. The session will also cover strategies for student account payment, such as applying for need-based financial aid and arranging for a monthly tuition payment plan.

The PAL Difference
45-minute sessions, Hafer Academic Building, Parents’ Lounge (North Campus)

Learn how the internationally renowned Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) supports students with diagnosed learning differences, like dyslexia, ADHD, and executive function challenges.

Career Development & Study Abroad Opportunities for Curry Students
45-minute sessions, Academic and Performance Center, Room 124 (North Campus)

Learn how you can study abroad in places like England or France, as you work towards your undergraduate degree. Choose from established partnership programs in England or France; short-term, faculty-led options like recent ones in Cuba, England, France, Mexico, and Spain; or independent opportunities you create based on your own interests. Expand your horizons by globalizing your curriculum and traveling the world!

How Curry College Supports our Students
45-minute sessions, Hafer Academic Building, Room 122 (North Campus)

In this session, students and families will have an opportunity to learn about the common themes that show up for college students as they embark on this new journey. Additionally, we will share important resources and opportunities that exist for every Curry College student!

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Academic and Performance Center, Smart Café (North Campus)

Stop by our Lender Fair to learn more about your tuition financing options.

Welcome to Curry College!
Student Center, Katz Gymnasium

Make sure to head back to the Student Center by 11:00 a.m. – you will want to arrive at the Katz Gymnasium by 11:15 a.m. for the official Curry College Welcome!

Join President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., Vice President of Enrollment Management, Dr. Ed Cabellon, and Haley Ferrara, Communication / Public Relations, Class of 2023, as they welcome you to Accepted Student Day.

Welcome Families! The following sessions will be available for you to attend while your student heads to class! Because space in the classrooms is limited, we encourage you to participate in one of the following family-focused sessions:

Family Session Option 1:
A Curry Education at Work: Success Stories from Young Alumni

Moderated by: Mikayla Bohane ’19, Senior Administrative Assistant, Office of Institutional Advancement and Marketing & Communications, Curry College
Location: Hafer Academic Building, Parents’ Lounge (North Campus)

Listen to a panel of young alumni as they share their Curry experiences and how their Curry education prepared them for their professional lives.

Melanie Bohane ’19, M.Ed.’20

Melanie Bohane ’19, M.Ed.’20

Moderate Special Needs Teacher at Walpole Public Schools

Melanie Bohane participated in the Accelerated Master’s in Education program graduating with her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and a minor in Mathematics Education in 2019 and her Master’s in Moderate Disabilities in 2020. At Curry, Melanie served as a resident assistant for first-year students and also worked for the Admissions and Academic Advising offices. She was also a member of the Curry College Dance and Equestrian Teams.

Brandon Clay ’21

Brandon Clay ’21

On Air Personality 101.7, The Bull

Brandon Clay came to Curry as a transfer student and quickly joined the radio program at 91.5 WMLN. From there he served as the station’s program director, aired his first full music show, and made countless friends within the radio industry. He also worked with the Curry College Athletics Department and served as the primary public address announcer for every home game. Brandon also served on the Student Government Association.

Morgan Henn ’18

Morgan Henn ’18

Senior Operations Specialist at Encore Fire Protection

Morgan Henn worked in education for a few years post-graduation and found an exciting new career path in life safety. She was a resident assistant and worked at the Student Center for three years. She was involved in Student Entertainment & Events and planned and hosted “Curry’s Finest” (formerly Mr. Curry) during her senior year.

Teryk Jang-Lapchak ’20

Teryk Jang-Lapchak ’20

Laboratory Technologist-Exosome Diagnostics

Teryk Jang-Lapchak graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. At Curry, Teryk was a member of the Student Government Association and played on the Rugby Team. He was also a member of the Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society and Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society. Prior to Exosome Diagnostics, Teryk worked on the COVID-19 Diagnostic team at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.

Jackie Anne Joseph ‘14

Jackie Anne Joseph ‘14

Creative Executive Director-Academic-Artists Reaching

Towards Success (A.R.T.S.) Foundation Inc. Jackie Anne Joseph earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and double minored in Sociology and Communication. Since graduation, she’s received certifications in project management and worked in highly regulated fields as a global IT project manager. During the pandemic, she founded the A.R.T.S Foundation, Inc. in Brockton as a restorative justice project by nature to support academic artists in the same way student athletes have been set up for success.

Family Session Option 2:
Caretaking to Coaching: Anticipating the Transition to College

Presented by: Vicki Nelson, Senior Lecturer, Communication Department
Location: Student Center, Katz Gymnasium

Come and join the discussion as we consider the changes both you and your student face as high school comes to an end and the college experience begins. We’ll take a look at how you can help your student get ready for college success, as well as how to prepare for your new role as the parent of a college student.

Family Session Option 3:
Student Financial Services Presentation

Presented by: Robert Loconto, Director of Financial Aid
Location: Academic and Performance Center, Keith Auditorium, North Campus

Learn your options for financing a Curry College education with this informative presentation. Student Financial Services will take you step-by-step through the development of a financial plan to cover educational expenses.

Family Session Option 4:
Academic Matters - Roles and Responsibilities

Presented by: Dr. Robert Shea, Interim Provost
Dr. Carrie Cokely, Associate Provost
Michael Bosco, Associate Vice President of Academic and Strategic Partnerships
Location: Student Center, Large Meeting Room

Academic success is a collaborative effort among students, faculty, staff — and often, families. This presentation will explore roles and responsibilities each party has in the educational process and how families can support their students’ success.

Family Session Option 5:
First-Generation Student Experience

Presented by: First-Gen Committee
Location: Alexander Graham Bell Hall, Room 305

Join members of the First-Gen Committee, who will introduce you to all the resources and tools available for new First-Generation students and families. They’ll also answer any questions you may have, and you will learn about the factors that have made First-Generation college students successful and learn ways to apply it to your own situation to prepare for college.

PAL Meet and Greet
Gertrude M. Webb Learning Center (South Campus)

Meet faculty, staff, and students from our world-renowned Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) and tour the Gertrude M. Webb Learning Center, including the Assistive Technology Lab.

You are invited to the Class of 2027 Reception!
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Join your future classmates on Westhaver Park for a celebration with music, food trucks, lawn games, and more. Members of the Curry College community, including current students, will be on hand to share information on all the ways to be involved as a Curry College student.