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Enjoy the full benefits of Curry College locally when you enroll as a Graduate student at our Plymouth campus, which recently marked its 20-year anniversary . Study with dedicated practitioners and full-time faculty members who bring their real-world industry experience into your classrooms.
Complete Your Degree at Plymouth
You can complete most of Curry's degree programs entirely at the Plymouth campus. You'll gain the knowledge, skills and perspectives that can lead to your personal and professional success while you join dynamic and diverse peers in rewarding classes and productive networking opportunities.
Curry's Supportive Environment
Curry's thriving and supportive Plymouth campus environment provides access to all of our advising and support services, as well as on-site academic advisors and knowledgeable staff members who can offer guidance on your academic programs, finance options and the full range of Curry's resources.
Choose Your Program
Select from Curry's quality academic degree programs, certificates and corporate training opportunities.
Bachelor's Degree Programs:
- Business Management
- Criminal Justice
- Nursing: RN-BS
Graduate Degree Programs:
We also offer:
Location and Hours
Conveniently located close to major highways and with free parking right outside the door -- 20 North Park Avenue, Plymouth, MA 02360
Take Exit 6(A) (Plymouth) off Route 3. Bear right off the exit ramp onto Route 44 East. Follow through 2nd light. Curry College is located on left in the building at 20 North Park.
Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m
Friday - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - Hours Vary
Curry College recently hosted the 'Summit for Opiate Solutions' on its Plymouth Campus. Keynote Speaker and Curry Psychology Professor Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel, presented her research, "The Opioid Brain: The Neuropsychological Impact Upon Memory When Adapting to Life;" Psychology Lecturer Dr. Kenneth Texeira shared his work with Drug Story Theatre, a peer messaging prevention program, and Curry students also shared research through poster presentations which facilitated public discussion about possible solutions to the opiate crisis.