• The student to faculty ratio at Curry

    The student to faculty ratio at Curry

  • Year the Curry PAL Program was established

    Year the Curry PAL Program was established

  • Number of faculty and staff employed at Curry College

    Number of faculty and staff employed at Curry College

  • Number of Residence Halls on Campus

    Number of Residence Halls on Campus


“In high school I couldn’t keep up academically with the so called ‘normal’ kids, so everyone else was lumped in together in the ‘special’ classes, even thought there existed a wide range of learning disabilities. I could never find a happy medium where I could learn at my own pace, until I got to Curry.

Holden Kepecs '85
Emmy Award-winning Editor
Major: Communication

Recent News

Upcoming Events

Adult Center at PAL

The Adult Center at the Program for the Advancement of Learning (ACP/PAL) is an academic support program for college-able adults with learning disabilities (LD), attention deficits (ADHD), and/or Executive Function Disorder (EF). The Adult Center provides a supportive environment for under-graduate and graduate adult students with LD /ADHD/EF who want to understand their learning and achieve educational and vocational goals at Curry College or at other colleges.


  • Offers a combination of one-to-one and small group instruction and support for up to three hours per week
  • Builds on a strength-based philosophy that recognizes and utilizes the individual's gifts and talents
  • Uses transformative learning and metacognitive approaches to help students grow in understanding their learning
  • Takes a whole-person approach, attending to vocational, social, academic, and emotional issues related to LD/ADHD/EF
  • Fosters collaboration and peer support among participants
  • Provides instruction in the use of assistive/personal technologies
  • Provides accommodations for students at Curry College
  • Helps students acquire learning strategies that work for them based on their own profiles of strengths and challenges
  • Assists students in acquiring skills essential for college level learning
  • Assists students with executive function (EF) difficulties such as time management and organization
  • Offers college credit for ACP courses
  • Offers Adult Center courses via Skype for students enrolled in other colleges who cannot commute to the Curry College campus


  • Provide documentation of disability to the Adult Center Program coordinator
  • Have an in-person or telephone interview with the Adult Center Program coordinator
  • Based on registration status in the Adult Center Program in PAL, fees range from $1825 - $3470 per semester

For more information on the range of ACP course offerings, fees, and application procedures, please contact:

Dr. Laura Hubbard
Adult Center Coordinator at PAL


Campus Calendar

Campus events, game days, important dates, deadlines and more.

Directions & Maps

Find directions to Curry College, along with helpful campus maps.

Meet Our People

Meet the outstanding students, faculty and alumni of Curry College.

Follow Us

Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Watch us on YouTube...and more!


© Curry College 1071 Blue Hill Ave, Milton, Massachusetts 02186 | 617-333-0500