Curry College is a small private college offering academic majors in diverse professional fields and the liberal arts disciplines. The curriculum and programs focus on the two hallmarks of the Curry education: a high respect for the individuality of every student and a developmental approach to learning that maximizes opportunities for achievement.
Location: In the suburban town of Milton, Massachusetts on a beautiful 135 acre wooded campus, 7 miles from downtown Boston
Student Population: 2100 full-time undergraduate students 1500 continuing education students 500 graduate students
Student/Staff Ratio: 19/1
Enrollment Dates: January and September of each year
Accreditation: Curry College is accredited by NEASC
Most Popular Programs: Business Management, Communication, Criminal Justice, Education and Nursing
Campus Life: Students are encouraged to become involved in one or more of the over thirty Student Clubs and organizations located on campus. Some of the more popular clubs include Student Government, Dance Team, Student Entertainment and Events, Video Game Society, Multicultural Student Union, Public Relations Student Association, and the Drama/Theatre Club.
Multiple opportunities await students to become involved in one of the college’s fourteen competitive athletic sports and intramural teams. Curry College offers championship athletic teams for both men and women with some of the more popular teams including Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Lacrosse and Ice Hockey.
For students with interest in being active in a sport, but not on a competitive level, Curry offers intramural and clubs sports. Regardless of a student’s skill level, all students are welcome to join a team or start one of their own. Some of the college’s intramural and club sports include golf, flag football, floor hockey, volleyball, the equestrian club, rock climbing club, rugby club and ski and snowboard club.
Residential Options: 1600 resident students in one of 19 residence halls. Curry offers a variety of living options ranging from a traditional residence hall of over 150 students to a smaller house for under 20 residents.