Established in 1879, Curry College is a private liberal arts college in Milton, Massachusetts. It is situated in a 135-acre campus about seven miles outside of Boston. Average enrollment is about 3000 students annually.
Curry College offers students 20 undergraduate majors, 65 minors, and four graduate programs to choose from. Undergraduate programs at Curry College include American Literature, Asian Studies, Biology, Business Management, Communication, Community Health and Wellness, Criminal Justice, Dance, Marketing, Multimedia Journalism, Nursing, Politics and History, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Social Work, Software Development, Studio Arts, Visual Arts, Web Development, and more.
The graduate programs at Curry College allow students to gain an advantage in today's professional environment. Class schedules are convenient and there are options available for even the busiest lifestyles. Graduate programs offered include Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education, and Nursing.
Living on campus at Curry College is the most ideal situation for students. Curry College has 17 residence halls, equipped with telephone service, cable TV, and Internet access. Laundry and kitchen services are provided. Aside from residence halls, there are also houses available for groups of students.
Students don't have to worry about leaving campus for food, as there are plenty of dining options available. Food services are provided in cooperation with Sodexo Campus Services. Varied weekly menus are offered at the Dining Marketplace.
Curry College operates a free outpatient clinic staffed with nurse practitioners, a consulting physician, and registered nurse providing quality medical care for students with at least 12 credits carried. Health services include blood testing, flu vaccines, gynecology exams and pap smears, pregnancy tests, STD and HIV tests, emergency contraception, and evaluation and treatment for most illnesses or injuries.
The Fitness Center at Curry College has all the latest in health and fitness equipment. The facility is equipped with over 90 different cardio and strength training equipment, and houses a group exercise studio. Group exercise classes offered at the Fitness Center include Cardio-kickboxing, Hip-hop Aerobics, Pilates, Zumba, Yoga, and others. Cardio machines at the Center even come with TV and MP3 hookups so you can be entertained while training. Of course, the Fitness Center staff are always ready to help with your questions and concerns.
The spiritual life and well-being of Curry College students are also taken care of on campus. The James P. O'Toole Chapel has a nondenominational environment and is available for worship and prayer services, meditation, counselling, religious group meetings, and open discussions. During the school year, Sunday Catholic Mass is held at the chapel, as well as scheduled Protestant services and Bible study groups, guided meditation and stress reduction classes.
Campus life at Curry College would not be complete without the myriad of student clubs and organizations that provide opportunities to socialize, share interest, volunteer, or plan campus events. During each semester's Involvement Fair, students can meet with club leadership regarding what groups they are interested in. Organizations on campus include the Army ROTC, Curry College Public Relations Student Association, English and Literature Club, Gay Straight Alliance, Jesus and Me, Men's Rugby Club, Multicultural Student Union, Pure Vocals, Student Ambassadors, R.A.G.E. Peer Educators, and many more.