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An Inclusive Community Made for You

Founded in 1879, ҹ첥 carries on a fine tradition of education built on effective communication, critical thinking and a focus on active citizenship. We foster strong relationships among students and professors, which empowers our graduates to build and achieve their dreams for the future.

This collaborative spirit continues the legacy of our founders, Anna Baright Curry and Samuel Silas Curry. Today, ҹ첥 is an inclusive community of diverse learners and educators, with a rich blend of liberal arts and career-directed programs enhanced by practical field experiences and co-curricular activities. Learning at Curry extends beyond the classroom and is embedded in all we do to prepare our students to face an ever-evolving world.

At ҹ첥, we dare to do what we dream.

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Why ҹ첥?

ҹ첥 is dedicated to nurturing your passions and empowering you to create a future that is made for you. Our small classes foster supportive collaborations among students and professors. A rich, liberal arts foundation and career-focused curriculum, accented by experiential learning opportunities, give ҹ첥 students opportunities to explore their ambitions and build a dream they can achieve.

What Makes Curry Stand Out?

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Vision for the Future

Strategically focusing our endeavors and resources to promote a vibrant, empowering and collaborative learning community, the ҹ첥 mission is to educate and graduate students prepared to engage in successful careers and active citizenship with a global perspective.

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Academic Excellence

Combining theory and practical, hands-on application, Curry’s diverse undergraduate, graduate and continuing education academic programs prepare students to pursue their interests and find lifelong success in an evolving world. Our small class sizes foster individual attention, support and mentorship from our caring, expert professors. And our foundation of communication, critical thinking and collaboration creates a diverse and inclusive learning environment.

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Our Campus

Our charming 131-acre campus in Milton, MA, a tight-knit New England community, is only 7 miles from vibrant Boston, a cultural hub of history, art, entertainment and sports.

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Beyond the Classroom

From clubs and activities to suit a multitude of academic and creative interests to a friendly residential community where you’ll create a home, you’ll find endless opportunities to enhance your personal and professional connections, learn to work effectively with others and begin creating the life of your dreams.

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Our Legacy

Anna Baright Curry and Samuel Silas Curry’s legacy of collaboration, communication, critical thinking and citizenship has grown as generations of students and faculty have come through our campus. The Curry traditions of fostering strong relationships between students and faculty and of nurturing each student’s unique brilliance empower our graduates to achieve excellence in their lives and carve out their own paths in the world.

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Resources for the Community

Curry maintains relationships with our local and regional communities by welcoming our neighbors to visit campus, apply for open positions and partake of our corporate and community services. Many local businesses share in the advantages of being "Curry Connectors," utilizing Curry's Conference Services offerings, and enrolling in our Corporate Training programs to strengthen their workforce.

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Support Curry

When you support ҹ첥, you are helping our students pursue their ambitions and build their futures. There are several ways to give, and give back, to ҹ첥: Make a monetary donation; Volunteer your time and skills; Become a mentor to a Curry student; and/or Recruit Curry students and graduates for jobs and internships.

Happening Now at Curry

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ҹ첥 Faculty Accomplishments: Spring 2024

ҹ첥 faculty continuously demonstrate remarkable dedication and excellence in their craft, and are regularly published in academic journals, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded by peers at prestigious industry conferences.
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Mental Health, Activism, and Childhood Illness Prevention Among Student Presentations at 2024 Academic Forum

Curry students recently gathered in Katz Gymnasium for the annual Academic Forum, where they presented their research, creative portfolios, and other culminating projects to the College community. These presentations emphasize the significant mentorship and collaboration between faculty members and budding researchers and creators at Curry.
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ҹ첥 Holds 144th Commencement Ceremony at Xfinity Center

On Sunday, May 19, President Jay Gonzalez proudly conferred nearly 500 degrees during the 144th ҹ첥 Commencement ceremony held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
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Public Relations Students Gain Real-World Experience Collaborating with Non-Profit Organizations

This semester, five Curry students created campaigns for the needs of three clients: Girls on the Run, Make-A-Wish® Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and Great Dog Rescue of New England as part of the Public Relations capstone course. This semester-long project gives students a chance to experience what work in their future careers will entail, and helps them practice the skills they'll need to be successful.
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Adrianne Haslet to Deliver Commencement Address

Former professional ballroom dancer and runner Adrianne Haslet, who survived the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, will serve as Commencement Speaker at ҹ첥’s 2024 Commencement on May 19 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
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Students, Faculty, and Staff Recognized at Curry LEAD Awards

ҹ첥 honored the best of the best during the second annual LEAD Awards on April 26th in Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium. Nearly 50 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
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Women in Sports Panel Offers Words of Wisdom and Advice to Curry Students

Riding the wave of the recent national recognition of women in sports, the ҹ첥 Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Sport and Recreation Management major recently hosted an inclusive panel featuring six female trailblazers in the sports industry.
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Curry Students Recognized with Mathematics Awards

Three ҹ첥 seniors were recently recognized for their outstanding academic performances with awards from the Mathematics Area at ҹ첥. Caroline McDonald, Harrison Dean, and Ashley Almeida were each given plaques marking their achievements and contributions to mathematics and mathematics education.
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ҹ첥 Men’s Lacrosse Signs New Team Member Through Team IMPACT

ҹ첥 men’s lacrosse head coach John Carroll recently announced a new team member, signing 11-year-old Sebastien through Team IMPACT.

Connect with ҹ첥

Interested in becoming a part of the rich ҹ첥 legacy? We would be honored to welcome you. Learn more, request information or take the first steps to becoming part of the Curry community.