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Tuition & Financial Aid
Create the future of your dreams when you invest in yourself and a Curry College education. The value of an undergraduate degree encompasses a range of experiences that contribute to a full and rewarding life, including:
- Knowledge you gain in the classroom and on fieldwork assignments, internships, or when studying abroad that contributes to your wisdom and professional skill
- Interactions with professors, advisors, coaches, mentors and peers in class, on the athletic field, while participating in groups, clubs and organizations or when you live in the residence halls that help you appreciate and work with others
- Self-discipline, personal responsibility and strength of character that come from living and learning in a friendly, dynamic and caring community of diverse and passionate scholars and professionals
- A sense of purpose for your life and your future involvement with your family, your community, your workplace and the world
Curry College offers information about applying for aid that can help you make the educational investment in your future more affordable. After all, nearly 70 percent of students at Curry College receive financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants, part-time employment and loans.
- Checklist and Facts You Should Know - New Students 2017-2018 (PDF)
- Checklist for Applying for Financial Aid - Returning Students 2017-2018 (PDF)
- Tuition and Financial Aid for Continuing Education Students
- Tuition and Financial Aid for Graduate Students:
Annual Tuition and Fees 2017-2018:
|Tuition 12-18 credits (Anything over 18 credits will be an additional $1226 per credit)||$36,780||$36,780|
|Room (Standard double)**||$8,275|
(exclusive of PAL)***
|PAL Fees Listed Below
|PAL Credit Bearing||$6,940||$6,940|
|PAL Non-Credit Bearing||$6,780||$6,780|
PAL Supportive Fee
* The Comprehensive Fee allows the College to offer a variety of co-curricular, co-academic and support services to full-time traditional students to enhance their academic and student life experiences while enrolled at Curry. This mandatory, semester-based fee is required of all students and cannot be waived.
First-time students add $340 Orientation fee.
**The total cost for resident students is based on 14 meals per week and a standard multiple occupancy room. The plan including 17 meals per week would increase the cost by $680. The 10 meals per week plan would decrease the total cost by $1,540. A single occupancy room would increase the total cost by $2,260. Additional fees may apply.
***PAL Fee (if applicable) is $6,940 (credit bearing) and $6,780 (non-credit bearing) additional to the full-time tuition rate noted above and $3,650 for supportive PAL
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires colleges and universities to provide a Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) with minimum statutory levels of coverage. Curry College provides this coverage to all students who are enrolled in at least 75%of the full time curriculum. Unless an insurance waiver is completed by the specified due date, insurance will be provided by the College. The rate for the 2016-2017 year is $2,609 for the full year and $1,521 for students starting in the spring semester. The rate for 2017-2018 will not be set until May.
For additional information on the Curry College sponsored student health insurance plan, brochures are available online at University Health Plans.
Important Note for students enrolling in the Summer 2017 semester:
Student continuing enrollment in the summer semester and who purchased health insurance through the College during fall 2016 or spring 2017 will be charged an additional $74 on their student account to extend coverage through the end of the summer semester. If you continue enrollment in the fall 2017 semester and purchase insurance through the College, the fee assessed for summer 2017 will be credited back to your account.
Students required to purchase insurance for the first time due to enrollment in 75% of the full-time course load will be charged for health insurance. The cost for the summer 2016 was $718. The cost for summer 2017 will not be available until May 2017. If you have comparable coverage you can waive the insurance by logging in to University Health Plans.
Annual Costs for Residence Halls:
|Standard Room (multiple occupancy)||$8,275|
|Standard Room (single occupancy)||$10,535|
|886 (multiple occupancy)||$9,125|
|886 (single occupancy)||$11,355|
|Suites (multiple occupancy)||$9,555|
|SCRH (multiple occupancy)||$10,525|
|SCRH (single occupancy)||$12,765|
|Alexander Graham Bell Hall (multiple occupancy)||$9,825|
|Alexander Graham Bell Hall (single occupancy)||$12,065|
Students who want to secure on campus housing must make a housing deposit of $300.
- Entering Students: All entering students make the housing deposit at the time of depositing for admission and it is included in the $500 resident student deposit (entering students who will be commuting make a $200 deposit at the time of admission). Questions about the admission deposit process should be directed to the Admissions Office.
- Continuing Students: A $300 housing deposit is required to secure on-campus housing. For more information about the housing deposit and room selection process, log in to myCurry and review the information under the Student Life tab.
- Plan A: 17 meals = $7,140 per year
- Plan B: 14 meals = $6,460 per year
- Plan C: 10 meals = $4,920 per year
Estimated Cost of Attendance:
Your financial aid eligibility is determined by taking your cost of attendance for the academic year minus your expected family contribution (results of filing the FAFSA). Your cost of attendance is comprised of your direct, billed costs for tuition and fees and if applicable, room and board. Additionally, you incur related education expenses for which you are not billed such as books and supplies, transportation costs, etc. The combination of your direct and indirect costs equals your cost of attendance.
The direct costs shown below are actual expenses for the 2017-2018 academic year. Students should also expect to incur indirect costs such as costs for books and supplies. Direct costs appear on a student’s bill, while indirect costs vary according to individual needs. Please remember that students must purchase their books each semester from the book store. Charges for books will not appear on a student’s bill.
|Average Indirect Costs:|
*Room cost is the standard. Additional charges may apply depending on room assignment, and meal plan selection.
**This allowance is for non-resident living expenses. Students who provide sufficient documentation of an off campus apartment rental agreement will have their allowance increased to $9,660 resulting in a total cost of attendance of $51,973.
- Student Account and Billing Information
- Make a Payment Online
- Understanding Your Bill
- Study Exchange
Typical Length of Study:
The typical length of study for a full-time, first-time, first-year student persisting to a degree is approximately four years.
Average Student Debt:
The average student loan debt upon graduation is $43,388.