Schedule an appointment to meet with the Center for Global and Career Services about your area of interest.Make an Appointment
Save the Date: April 5, 2023
There are a million ways that Curry Counts, to our hard-working students, our accomplished and caring faculty, our proud and successful alumni, our dedicated staff and coaches, our generous friends, and our loving and supportive families.
So on, or leading up to April 5th, our 3rd Annual Day of Giving, make a gift of ANY size to The Curry Fund and proudly show that #CurryCounts to YOU!
There are a variety of ways in which you can be involved leading up to and during Day of Giving:
-Wear Curry gear/purple
-Be highlighted by Curry College social media by posting your favorite Curry picture or a quick video on why #CurryCounts to you
-Rally your peers to give to Curry by offering a matching gift or custom challenge!
Curry is Calling
You will hear from Curry students leading up to the Day of Giving as part of our phonathon. We hope you will spend a few moments to hear how you can impact students and contribute to our goal. Make sure to update your contact information to be contacted by our students soon!
Share Your Support
Share your act of generosity and Curry pride with others on social media on April 5th using #CurryCounts. Be sure to follow our various Curry College social media channels to watch students, faculty, staff, and alumni describe how Curry Counts in helping students achieve educational and career success.
Make an Impact
Your gift to The Curry Fund will immediately make an impact on Curry students in a variety of ways, including:
-Academic Programs and Scholarships
-Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL)
-Student Engagement, Leadership and Advocacy Groups
-Student Emergency Relief Fund
Student Emergency Relief Fund
The Student Emergency Relief Fund, established in 2021 through the generosity of donors, aims to assist the College in helping students get on track in the face of any obstacle to ensure students can continue attending Curry rather than dropping out because of these emergencies. Studies have shown that an unexpected emergency can be the beginning of the end of a student's college experience. This fund aims to decrease the number of students who leave the College due to unforeseen financial barriers.