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An Education That Inspires Exploration and Achievement

At Curry, you’ll work with passionate scholars eager to share their knowledge with you. But “academic excellence” doesn’t end in the classroom. We make sure every one of our students gains the tools to explore, discover, grow and expand their capacity for self-directed, lifelong learning. That means understanding how each of our students learns best and meeting them there.

To do that, we start with small classes and a 12:1 student-faculty ratio. Then use experiential learning, internships and study abroad opportunities as inspiration to explore the world. And never stop.

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Diversity and Inclusion at Curry

The strength of a Curry education is intertwined with our campus diversity. They are not separate things. When we embrace our differences, we create a safe, welcoming environment that encourages exploration and growth.

Academic News

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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.
Adrianne Haslet

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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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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Jay Gonzalez Inaugurated as ҹ첥’s Fifteenth President

Jay Gonzalez was ceremoniously inaugurated as the fifteenth President of ҹ첥 on Friday, April 12, 2024 in a series of events that honored the history and future of the institution. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, college and university delegates, and other special guests gathered inside the Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium to celebrate Gonzalez, who began his tenure as President of the College on July 31, 2023.
Jay Gonzalez at the Podium during his Inauguration

ҹ첥 to be First in Massachusetts to Offer Job Guarantee

President Jay Gonzalez announced at his Inauguration this afternoon that ҹ첥 will be the first college in Massachusetts to offer a job guarantee program, called The Curry Commitment, beginning with the current freshmen Class of 2027.
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Fourth Annual Day of Giving Boasts Record-Setting Engagement

The Fourth Annual “Curry Counts” Day of Giving raised over $100,000 from 544 supporters, the highest participation total since the fundraiser’s launch in 2021. The community-wide crowdfunding event saw contributions from Curry alumni, faculty, staff, students, families, and friends, who came together and raised funds for institutional priorities such as academic programs, athletics, student financial needs, PAL, and more.
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VITA Program Offers Tax Preparation Experience and Community Interaction for Curry Accounting Students

Since 2019, ҹ첥 has been easing the burden on local taxpayers by making it possible for a group of accounting students to become certified to serve in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. To get ready for their VITA work, students learn the TaxWise preparation software in the fall through Associate Lecturer Janet Peterson’s one-credit VITA class.

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