Location
Milton, MA
Undergrads
2,052
Tuition
$33,465
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 190 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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4 College Freshman

Facilities: The Student Center here is probably the main attraction of the college. It is very new and makes you feel like you live in a five-star hotel. The campus overall is very nice. The classes and library is also good.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The restaurants near the school is good. The ones in the mall such as The Cheese Cake Factory and Chipotle are popular. The prices are average.

3 College Freshman

Academics: Many classes here are not too challenging. The most challenging classes are those for Nursing Majors. The required classes are not bad.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: Professors are very helpful and nice. They definitely know their material. Small classes definitely help with learning new materials.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: There are many great things on campus. There are many different groups for example, I am on the dance team, which is so much fun. There is also, the ski and snowboard club, gamers club, step team, cheerleading, sports, education club, communication club, etc. There are also many opportunities like tutoring and the writing center to help with papers or any subject. Also, if someone wanted to create a group they could easily do it and on weekends there are always something to do; it may be bingo, cash cab, or dance dance revolution. There is always something to do around campus to keep us entertained.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There are not to many close by, and if there are then they are fast food restaruants. But it is very easy to go into Boston, and there are plenty of wonderful dinning services out there. It may get a little costly there but it is worth it. Also, there is a mall close by which has some restaruants that are wonderful. It is somewhat hard to get to though which is the only bad thing.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I live in North Campus Residence Hall, and I love it. I have a wonderful roomate, everyone on our floor is like a family, and it's not to loud. I can do homework very easily sometimes and others I do have to go to the library, but it's hard to make dorm life quiet. My building is set up so there is a girls pod and boys pod on each floor, which I love because we can all interact and not have to go down or upstairs. Dorm life is fun but sometimes it's hard to get the right amount of sleep so you can't be afraid to speak up and talk to your residenct assistant to get help if needed. Mostly dorm life is so much fun and I love living on campus.

3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: the girls are pretty good but there is one thing. they are mostly nursing students. which is a good and bad thing. the good is that they aren't trashy and polite and friendly, mostly. but they can be a little quiet and unsocial at times when they have something bug coming up in there major

3 College Freshman

Athletics: the hockey team is DIII but is still pretty good. the only problem is getting to the rink. its about a five minute drive and they have a shuttle, the only problem is that it is a small van that only comes around three times so there is limited seating. also the crowd is pretty quiet. i come from a big DI high school and at the hockey games everyone would be loud and chanting with the entire crowd but at the curry games you can hear a pin drop in the ridiculously small high school rink they play at.

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: drugs are pretty easy to find. weed is the top choice becuase there is nowhere to drink

3 College Junior

Transportation: the shuttle is good but public transportation isn't always easy.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Not to many close by we usually have to eat at the same 4 resturants.

2 College Sophomore

Parking: There is usually parking spots but the ticket prices are outrageous and the fee to park for the year is to much especially when you are a fulltime student and work part time.

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: The food is decent but very repetitive. There is a global cuisine, euro, deli, grill and pizza areas.

3 College Junior

Weather: The weather is fine , not to hot and not too cold.

2 College Junior

Campus Housing: The housing on campus are very limited. There are houses instead of larger dorm buildings. The houses are very outdated and the walls are paper thing. Not enough housing options for the amount of students planning to live on campus.

4 College Senior

Majors: I am completing a double major at Curry College. Criminal Justice & Management. The experience has been more than rewarding! The diversity of classmates experiences and discussions has not only assisted me in my education, but also allowed me to see deeper into each field. The students are what makes up the class. I learn more from others and then is able to apply what I have learned into the topics for each class.

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4 College Senior

Facilities: Curry students have a unity of people from all professions. Students are helpful towards one another. Guidance is key to this college. The open forum in the classrooms provide more understanding on the topics being taught.

4 College Senior

Facilities: Curry College's continuing education program is strong, informative and modern. I works with the working class that attend and allows the experience of college to be strong and informative. Juggling academics and every day life expectations are understood by the staff and the college administration, which allows the experience to be more enjoyable. Don't under estimate the curriculum and the pace of each semester. Determination is the key is succeeding and obtaining what one is trying to achieve. A degree!

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: For me personally, I think the dining experience is great. There's always at least two food options that I love. Besides going to the student center to eat, there are also mini cafes in a few other buildings- those are great to grab a quick snack between classes. Sometimes the food choices get repetitive, but hey, it's college food..don't expect it to be top quality.

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3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: Although it's a small school, you can find basically any type of person here, from bookworms to partiers. If you get involved in activities or clubs, it helps to find people similar to you.

2 College Freshman

Diversity: There is little diversity only because it's a small school.

3 College Junior

Majors: The IT major is very small, but expanding rapidly. The professors are trying to add more electives so see different parts of IT (rather than database, networking and web development.) The professor have also spoke about add certifications to the major but that probably won't be done until after I graduate.

4 College Junior

Majors: I've been interning at Curry for the department of Institutional Advancement for the Web Administrator and the opportunity has been great. I am an IT major with a concentration in Web Development so this is a great internship for me. I enjoy what I am learning and look forward to going each week. I chose to have an internship on campus because my class schedule was random throughout the week so between work and class and not to mention traffic I felt it would be a hassle to get one off campus for this semester. I was really glad that IA was able to offer me an internship this semester and I really appreciate it.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety: I have not once ever felt unsafe at Curry College, the campus is gated so you need to be signed in by a student to just get onto campus. Public safety is really easy to get a hold of.

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