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It can be hard to find the perfect fit. So when you discover Curry College, we want to make it as easy as possible to transfer. Our counselors have years of experience helping students navigate the transfer admissions process and determine how many credits will count toward their degree here. Review the requirements, unique transfer opportunities and upcoming chances to visit campus to get started on your journey to Curry!
Common App For Transfer Students:
The Common App for Transfers supports students transferring from two- or four-year colleges, as well as adult learners and military students, veterans and their families.
Curry’s Fast App:
Don’t wait—get an instant admission decision with Curry’s Fast App. Once you fill out the application and submit your college transcript, we’ll give you a decision within 48 hours. Accepted students will receive a merit scholarship award and tentative credit evaluation at the same time.
Instant Credit Evaluation:
You’ve put in the hard work. Find out within 24 hours how many credits will transfer to Curry from your current school. Upload a transcript and we’ll give you an instant credit evaluation.
Transfer Credit Evaluation Tool:
Determine whether a course you’ve taken is equivalent to one offered at Curry. Select from thousands of options.
Transfer Equivalency Database:
See whether a class you’ve taken is equivalent to one offered at Curry—or find out which classes at Curry are equivalent to courses at other colleges.
Admission guaranteed. If you graduated from a Massachusetts community college with a GPA of at least 2.5, we’ll guarantee a spot for you at Curry. You don’t need to pay an application fee or write an essay, and we’ll transfer your credits seamlessly.
Transferring can be a great move for you to achieve your goals—but one that might be a little stressful, too. Our admission counselors will support you every step of the way, helping you understand which classes will transfer, the scholarships and aid you are eligible for, how to complete the application and more.
To apply to Curry as a transfer student, you’ll need to submit:
Your Transfer Admission Counselor can walk you through the application process if you need any assistance. Connect with your Transfer Admission Counselor by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
International students and students applying to Curry’s Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) must meet an additional set of admissions requirements as well.
Transferring to Curry College is a smooth process. All incoming transfer students are encouraged to join us for a Transfer Visit Day, occurring every Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. through the end of July:
If you’ve been accepted to Curry before, we’re glad to see you again! You’ll need to re-open your application, adding any new information. Just create an application account and update your application; if we need any new or additional items, we’ll let you know.
We’re committed to helping you make a Curry education affordable. You may be eligible for as much as $25,000 a year through our Merit Scholarships for transfer students—and you don’t need to fill out a FAFSA or other application to be eligible.
In addition, transfer students are also eligible for a wide variety of need-based financial aid and other scholarships. Talk to your Transfer Admission Counselor to learn more.
A: Yes. The number of accepted transfer nursing students varies each year, depending on the number of spaces available in the program. Applicants are accepted on the merit of their coursework and not on the timing of when their application is received.
You need to complete these three courses before transferring. You must earn a grade of C+ or higher the first time you complete the course:
Each course must be taken at an accredited college or university. Applicants who do not achieve a grade of C+ the first time they take the class will not be considered for admission to the nursing program.
July 1 is the deadline for the fall semester. Although the admissions office operates on a rolling admission basis for all other programs, we do not consider transfer nursing applications until the deadline passes. Applicants are considered strictly on the merits of their application.
We learn how many spaces are available in this program shortly before the July 1 application deadline; if space is available, we make admission decisions at that point.
Due to clinical rotations and nursing course sequences, the traditional nursing program takes at least three years to finish, regardless of the number of credits previously completed.
No, nursing students are only accepted for the fall semester. There is no spring semester option for prospective nursing students.
No. The nursing program is only offered as a full-time, traditional day program.
No. Students who start at Curry in another major, or are undecided, may not transfer into the nursing program. Applicants must be accepted directly into the nursing program.
Yes. A student whose first language is not English must submit a TOEFL with a minimum score of 550 (paper test), 213 (computer test) or 80 (internet test). There will be no exceptions to this policy, even if applicants have successfully completed an ESL course.
No. Curry College does not require transfer nursing applicants to submit the results of the TEAS exam.
Nursing students complete their clinical rotations at all major teaching hospitals as well as in other health care facilities in Boston and the surrounding area. Beginning sophomore year, you gain experience in a wide range of urban and suburban institutions as you complete your five semesters of required clinical work.
If you already have your RN license and are looking to complete a Bachelor of Science degree, please contact the Division of Continuing Education at Curry College at (617) 333-2364 to learn more about the RN to BS program.
If you already have a bachelor's degree, you should consider the Accelerated Nursing Program (ACCEL), a 16-month program offered through the Division of Continuing Education at Curry College.
If you’re looking to pursue a career in criminal justice, you can start your studies at Massasoit Community College and finish them at Curry. After earning your associate in criminal justice from Massasoit, we’ll guarantee your spot in Curry’s criminal justice program. And if you transfer with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, we’ll even offer you a renewable, $6,500 Merit Transfer Scholarship.
You can pursue an associate degree at Dean College and then transfer seamlessly to Curry through our Joint Admission Agreement. If you’re already a student at Dean, ask your advisor how to make this happen.
A 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio means you’ll get the attention you deserve, while our 90+ academic programs mean you’ll get the education you want.
You’re never left to fend for yourself at Curry. Our personalized advising services can help you with everything from choosing the right classes to planning your future.
As a transfer student, it can be daunting to fit into a new place. But with dozens of clubs and activities, leadership opportunities, and sports and recreation activities to choose from, you’ll find your people in no time.