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Your One-Stop Shop for Resources

Supporting Curry College students' success through academic, personal, and professional development is paramount to our mission. Provided for you below is quick access to the key resources which can help you find the support you need to get through challenges, persevere at Curry, and help you graduate and continue to pursue your dream career. We know that every situation is unique, so please do not hesitate to reach out.

On Campus

  • Curry College offers on-campus housing for undergraduate and graduate students in traditional and suite style residences across our 17 Residence Halls.
  • College Housing is provided for full-time (12 credit hours per term) undergraduate students. Resident students who remain enrolled at the College but drop below full-time status may petition to remain in housing. If the petition is approved, the resident remains responsible for the terms and conditions of the housing agreement.
  • For information about on-campus housing and eligibility, refer to the Residence Life Website or contact the Residential Life & Housing Office at or 617-333-2252.

 Housing Insecurity

  • Boston Family Shelter:
    • 100 Devon St, Boston
    • P: 617-864-8140
  • Inspiration for Tomorrow, INC
    • 156 Main St, Brockton
    • P: 508-474-9804
  • Office of Student Affairs
    • 1016 Brush Hill Road, Milton
    • P: 617-333-2289

On Campus

  • Office of Student Affairs
    • 1016 Brush Hill Road, Milton
    • P: 617-333-2289

Off Campus

  • Dedham Food Pantry
    • 600 Washington St, Dedham
    • P: 781-320-9442
  • Canton Food Pantry
    • 960R Washington St, Canton
    • P: 781-821-8062
  • Newton Food Pantry
    • 1000 Commonwealth Ave, Newton
    • P: 617-796-1233
  • SNAP
    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
    • Apply for SNAP benefits (food stamps)

NOTE: Curry does not currently have resources for assisting students in paying for a meal plan.

Looking for on-campus employment? Check out our Student Employment page, where you can find more information about Federal Work-Study Employment.

Curry College offers a myriad of academic supports located on our Academic Student Resources page.

  • The Academic Advising Office provides assistance with creating schedules, connecting to the campus community, and support in our students’ educational goals.
    • Location: The Learning Commons
    • Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    • Phone: 617-333-2194
    • Email:
  • All students are paired with an Academic Success Advisor , whose goal is to support in developing strategies for students to have a successful semester.
    • Coordinators are determined by your last name
      • (Last names A-F) – Chuck Kaufman
      • (Last names G-M) – Matt Dugan
      • (Last names N-Z) – Jennifer Kallin
      • (Students in School of Business and Computer Science) – Denea Cosgrove
    • Location: Learning Commons S-103
    • Phone: 617-333-2194
    • Email:
  •  Tutoring
    • Peer Tutoring – There is no cost to students for Curry College peer tutors and students can access the system through the myCurry portal on the 'Academic Support' tab under 'Academic Tutoring.'
    • TutorMe – In areas where a peer tutor is not available, or a student prefers a professional tutor, students have access to TutorMe, a 24/7 on demand virtual live tutoring service. The link to TutorMe is embedded in each student’s Canvas Learning Management System left navigation pane. Students are able to utilize 180 minutes of tutoring a week through this service.
  • Writing Center
    • Hours
      • Monday - Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
      • Fridays, 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
      • Sundays, 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
      • Some online tutoring hours are also available ( view schedule)
    • Location: Learning Commons S-108
    • Phone: 617-333-2966
    • Email:
  • Head to the Levin Library for places to study, check out books, information literacy support, and research services.
    • The Education Resource Center (ERC) is also housed in the Levin Library and has the goal of supporting education majors and new teachers.
    • Ask a Librarian! Librarians are here to assist you in finding sources for your assignments, helping with citations, and teaching you how to use resources.
  • Disability Services
  • Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL)

On Campus Resources

Off Campus Resources

  • Milton MBTA Station – 1 Adams St, Milton
  • MBTA Bus Stop – Milton Ave @ Highland St.

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.

  • Federal Work Study can help students find part-time employment to aid in meeting students’ out-of-pocket educational expenses. It does not reduce tuition charges.
  • Financial Aid PoliciesHelp and Resources
  • FAFSA FAQ/Support
  • Student Debt Relief
  • Student Accounts
  • Student Emergency Relief Fund - The Student Emergency Relief Fund is in response to a student experiencing an emergency or natural disaster related event.  For example, these funds could help pay for:
    • Transportation
    • Hotel rooms
    • Food insecurity
    • Temporary housing assistance after a house fire or flood
    • Unexpected medical procedure
    • Replacement academic materials such as books and/or computer
    • Accidents
    • Replacement of essential personal belongings
  • Financial Aid

On Campus

  • Counseling Center – offers short-term individual counseling to help promote personal and academic success
    • Location: 1016 Brush Hill Road, 3rd Floor
    • Phone: 617-333-2182
    • Email:
    • 24/7 Counselor on Call: 617-333-2908
  • Curry College students are encouraged to use their Curry email addresses to create accounts with Welltrack and take the Wellness Assessment.
  • The Mind Spa – relaxation room located within the Counseling Center
    • Includes massage chair, light therapy lamp, and access to self-help tools to assist in reducing stress.
    • Phone: 617-333-2182
  • Self-Help Resources

Off Campus

  • Crisis Text Line (24/7, Confidential)
    • Text HELLO to 741-741
  • LGBTQIA+ Crisis Hotline
    • 886-488-7385
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • 800-273-8255
    • Call or Text: 988
  • South Shore Mental Health
    • Appointment: 617-847-1914
    • Crisis: 617-774-6036

On Campus

  • Sexual Violence Prevention Educator (Confidential Resource)
    • Location: King Building, G-06 Ground Level, 55 Atherton St
    • Name: Rachael Cina
    • Phone: 617-333-2956
    • Email:
  • Title IX Coordinator
    • Location: King Building, 55 Atherton St
    • Name: Elizabeth Canning
    • Phone: 617-979-3516
    • Email:

Off Campus

  • A New Day
    • 24/7 Hotline: 508-588-8255
  • Domestic Violence Ended (DOVE)
    • 24/7 Hotline: 888-314-3683
    • Phone: 617-770-4065
      • Extension x300 to access free counseling
  • Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC)
    • 24/7 hotline: 800-841-8371
    • Free individual counseling, multiple site locations
      • 99 Bishop Allen Drive, Cambridge
      • 451 Blue Hill Ave, Boston
      • 24 Crescent Street, Waltham
    • Phone: 617-492-8306
    • Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance
      • Location: 1 Ashburton Place, Unit 1101
      • Phone: 617-586-1340

Student Health Insurance – all students are required to have health insurance

  • Curry College health insurance plan
    • For questions regarding the health insurance premium, contact the Curry College Office of Student Accounts at 617-333-2354

Health Forms – It is the policy of Curry College that all newly enrolled full-time undergraduate students be in compliance with Massachusetts state laws regarding vaccination. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires all full-time students to provide documentation of 2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccinations or titre; completion of the 3 dose Hepatitis B series or titre; Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) within the last 10 years; 2 Varicella (chickenpox) vaccinations, titre or reliable history of chickenpox disease and meningitis vaccine or signed waiver.

Health Services

On Campus

  • Public Safety
    • Location: 940 Brush Hill Road
    • Phone: 617-333-2222

Off Campus

  • Milton Police Station
    • Location: 40 Highland St, Milton
    • Phone: 617-698-3800
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital
    • Location: 199 Reedsdale Rd, Milton
    • Phone: 617-696-4600
  • PhysicianOne Urgent Care Westwood
    • Location: 211 University Ave
    • Phone: 860-650-3848

On Campus

  • Counseling Center – offers short-term individual counseling to help promote personal and academic success
    • Location: 1016 Brush Hill Road, 3rd Floor
    • Phone: 617-333-2182
    • Email:
    • 24/7 Counselor on Call: 617-333-2908

Off Campus

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    • Eastern MA Central Service
    • Phone: 617-426-9444
  • Al-Anon and Ala-teen, Massachusetts
    • Al-Anon is open to anyone whose life has been affected by another person's drinking
    • Phone: 888-425-2666
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    • Phone: 800-481-6871
  • Marijuana Anonymous
    • Phone: 800-766-6779
  • National Alcohol and Drug Abuse 24/7 Helpline
    • Phone: 800-252-6465
  • Smart Recovery
    • Phone: 866-951-5357

On Campus

  • Diversity Center
    • Black Student Union
    • Curry PRIDE Coalition
    • Feminist United
    • Latino Student Union
    • Multicultural Student Union
    • Collision Dynasty

Off Campus

The Department of Transitional Assistance provides vouchers to pay for child care to those families already receiving funds from the department.

Massachusetts 2-1-1 can help Massachusetts residents find essential community services such as after school programs, food banks, care for an aging parent, and more.