“When students first meet their orientation leaders, they're usually very quiet. But it's the role of their orientation leader to get them comfortable with each other, make friends, participate in the different activities. If students have any questions they should feel like they can ask that question without being judged or that they shouldn't ask - there is no such thing as a dumb question when it comes to orientation.”
Jordan Rogers '15
Major: Criminal Justice
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We are pleased you have decided to apply to Curry College and look forward to reviewing your application. Please review this page for important information about application options, dates, and requirements. Choose from one of the following options to apply today!
|Apply online with The Common Application.
|Apply online with the Curry College Application:
|Print and mail the Curry College Application (PDF) and Letter of Recommendation (PDF) to the Office of Admission, 1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton, MA 02186|
If you are applying online via The Common Application, you will submit the $50 application fee by credit card before submitting your application. If you are applying online via the Curry College Online Application or printed application, you can pay your fee online here.
You may also send a check or money order for $50 payable to Curry College Office of Admission, 1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton, MA 02186. Please include the applicant's name with the payment.
||April 1 (Priority Deadline)
|Regular Decision (PAL)
||March 1 (Priority Deadline)
Applicants for the Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) are encouraged to submit materials by the March 1st preferred deadline, however applications will still be accepted and reviewed until space in the Program is no longer available.
|Transfer (Spring Entry)
||January 1 (Priority Deadline)
|Transfer (Fall Entry)
||July 1 (Priority Deadline)
See a full description of dates and deadlines.
In addition to your online or printed application, the following materials must be received by the Office of Admission in order for your application to be considered complete. Once these materials are received, your application will be given full consideration and review:
- An application fee of $50 or official fee waiver request.
- An official high school transcript
- Results of SAT, SAT 1, or ACT sent directly from the appropriate testing agency.
- A letter of recommendation from guidance counselor or high school teacher.
- A college essay of at least 250 words
- International students, transfer students, and students applying to the Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) have specific application requirements. Please see the individual pages below for the additional required documentation needed to complete your application.
Merit Scholarship Consideration
Eligibility for Merit Based Scholarships or awards is considered by the Admission Office at same time an application for admission for full-time, first-year and transfer students is being reviewed. Students who are eligible for merit based scholarships and/or awards are notified at the time of acceptance to the College. There is no additional application required. For more detailed information, please review the listings of Merit Based Scholarships. All scholarships are credited to the student's tuition account approximately one week after the end of the add/drop period for the semester. Renewal of these funds annually is contingent on meeting the academic requirements set forth in the student's notification letter at the time of acceptance to the College and continuous, consecutive full-time enrollment in a degree-program. For an estimate of your eligibility for merit based scholarships, please use our Merit Calculator. Students should also consider applying for need based financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Reactivate Your Application for Admission
If you previously applied to Curry College and would like to reactivate your cancelled application, please download the Request to Reactive Application for Admission form.
Should you have any questions about the various applications, please contact the Admission Office at (800) 669-0686.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Admitted students are subject to the Curry College Code of Student Conduct, which can be reviewed in the Student Handbook. Prior to matriculation, admitted students must report to the Curry College Office of Admissions any disciplinary violations or other behavior that is inconsistent with the Code of Conduct. The College may withdraw its offer of acceptance and deny admission to the College for any individual that does not meet the requirements of this Policy.
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View the entire Curry College undergraduate course catalog (PDF)
Before you visit our beautiful 131-acre wooded campus, take the time to enjoy our virtual video tours of the north and south areas of campus in Milton, Massachusetts. These student-produced videos will give you a sneak peek at everything Curry College has to offer.