There are over 40 student-run clubs, organizations and sports team in Curry College.
Over 32 different nationalities have studied at ONCAMPUS Boston.
Boston is the 8th best city in the world in terms of QUALITY OF LIFE, and the BEST in the USA (Deutsche Bank, 2017).
Boston is the Best College Town (Elite daily, 2018).
Boston ranked 5th in the world for Innovation (US Chambers of Commerce, 2017).
Boasting two of the world's top universities (Harvard University and MIT).
Five more universities in the U.S.'s top 100 (Boston College, Boston University, Tuft University, Northeastern University and Brandeis University).
50 colleges and universities in Boston that attract more than 250,000 students, the entire city feels like a college campus.
You can choose from 19 amazing residence halls. Below are just two of the options:
State House is a replica of the Massachusetts State House. This traditional residence hall is four levels and houses approximately 84 new students and a Resident Assistant on each floor. Floors are divided by gender. State House is situated next to the Curry radio station and the academic quad on the north side of campus.
Main House accommodates 69 residents, including three Resident Assistants. The building is all about character and offers a variety of living arrangements for both male and female students with options from singles to quads. Main House is attached to the Gertrude Webb Learning Center, which makes an easy commute for students who utilize the services of the Program for Advancement of Learning.
Curry believes that hard-working college students should be rewarded with a dining service that makes eating on campus palate pleasing, healthy, and social.
ONCAMPUS Boston has sent students to over 77 different colleges and universities.
Curry classes accommodate the opportunity for high-quality daytime work and internships for college credits.
Internships are a key factor in job marketability after graduation, and the Internship Program at Curry offers students the opportunity to explore a variety of career paths by learning about their interests, skills, strengths, and values while acquiring college credits. Curry produces graduates who are prepared to engage in a complex and changing global world.