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The Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies

Mission Statement

The Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies at Curry College recognizes the dedication of adults committed to advancement through graduate education. Curry offers graduate degree programs, certificate of advanced graduate studies (CAGS), and graduate certificates designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to advance. Our graduate programs are designed to develop critical reasoning, intellectual rigor, and reflective practice. Each program delivers the curricular challenges that inform and cultivate personal and professional development. Knowing that academic success is achieved through high levels of faculty and peer engagement, Curry ensures that graduate students work closely with expert faculty in small, individualized learning environments that nurture the development of creative, highly competent leaders. Through small classes and cohortbased delivery models, students come to know their faculty and fellow students well and benefit from these professional networks. Curry recognizes the unique challenges adults face in undertaking graduate work and responds with a full range of academic and advising services.


The Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies (CE/Grad) at Curry College appreciates the unique needs of adult students and provides certificates, degree programs, and individual courses for personal and professional advancement. In general, the Division adheres to the overall College academic policies and procedures, as defined in earlier sections of this Catalog. Following are Continuing and Graduate Studies-specific policies and procedures. CE/Grad’s flexible schedule allows adults to enroll in credit and non-credit courses, part-time evenings or weekends in hybrid and fully online formats.

A Continuing Education (CE) student is an individual who has officially registered through the Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies and whose primary course load at Curry is composed of evening and weekend courses offered in a face-to-face, hybrid, or online format. Any Continuing Education student who chooses to take a course before 4:00 p.m. during the fall or spring semester will pay tuition and fees commensurate with the standard full-time (i.e., day) student rate. Continuing Education students do not pay a student activity fee and, thus, are not eligible to use the gym facilities or participate in varsity sports and other student activities covered by the fee.

Courses are offered at the following locations:

Milton Campus

1071 Blue Hill Avenue

Milton, MA 02186-2395

Plymouth Campus

36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite #200

Plymouth, MA 02360

Curry College c/o the University Center at Massasoit

1 Massasoit Blvd.

Brockton, MA 02302

The College is committed to providing an educational experience that emphasizes academic quality and the development of individual talents and abilities.

Summer and Winter Sessions

In addition to fall and spring semesters, two summer sessions and a short January Winter Intersession are scheduled each year. Summer and Winter Intersession courses vary in length to provide flexibility and convenience. Some courses are taught in an intensive format, meeting daily and/or on weekends for a one-, two-, or three-week period. Summer course schedule guides are available through the Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies and on the student portal generally in March of each academic year. Winter Intersession course schedules are generally available by November.

Registration and Admission Information

Curry’s open enrollment policy allows you to take most undergraduate continuing education courses simply by registering for the course. Applications for admission, entrance examinations, and College Board Examination scores are not required. Credits earned for individual courses taken at Curry College may be applied to a certificate or degree program. The exceptions to open enrollment are our Nursing and cohort programs, which require an application and admission prior to enrollment. All Graduate programs are cohort-based and not available for open enrollment.

Continuing Education Undergraduate Admission

Students enrolled at Curry College who decide to pursue a degree program must apply for admission to be formally admitted (matriculated) into a degree program. Important note—in order to apply for financial aid, you must first be formally admitted to a degree program.

Applications to all programs are completed online. Admissions processing takes about two weeks once your file is complete, and financial aid applications take about two weeks to review after the admissions process is complete. Plan to complete the application and related documents well before the start of the semester. You can enroll in most Continuing Education courses while you are in the process of compiling your application materials for admission; however, you will not be eligible to receive financial aid until you are formally are admitted into a degree program.

The following documents are required:

1. Completed Continuing Education Undergraduate Application for Admission form

2. Official high school transcript or GED Certificate. (Note: If you have completed more than 30 college credit hours, you may submit a copy of your high school diploma in lieu of the high school transcript)

3. Transfer applicants must also forward sealed official transcripts of all previous college coursework

4. If your native language is NOT English, you must demonstrate English proficiency in ONE of the following ways:

  • Submit official documentation that you have graduated from a secondary school in which English was the official language of instruction

  • Submit your official transcript(s) from the college(s) you attended in which English was the official language of instruction that substantiates your successful degree completion or the successful completion of significant college level coursework

  • Submit your scores from the TOEFL exam or another nationally recognized English Language Proficiency exam

  • Submit documentation that you have successfully completed at least the intermediate level of a certified English as a Second Language (ESL) Program

Special admissions requirements and procedures apply to the RNBS and ACCEL nursing programs. See the website for additional details.

Non-Degree Students

Students not interested in pursuing a degree or certificate are not required to submit any application documents. Credit earned as a non-degree student may be applied towards a degree or certificate program should the student decide to pursue a degree or certificate program at a later date.

International Students

International students are required to be admitted to an undergraduate or graduate degree program as full-time students. Because international student admission, transfer credit, and visa paperwork is complex and takes time to process, the deadline is June 1 for attending in the Fall semester, October 1 for attending in the Spring semester, and February 1 for attending in the Summer semester. Please meet with an academic advisor to discuss procedures.


• All tuition and fees are due at the time of registration

• all registration is on a space-available basis


Log on to the Curry web portal at and click on the Course Registration icon to submit registration requests.


You must complete an add/drop form on the myCurry portal to add or drop a course. Students may add a course through the first week of classes by completing an additional registration submission or an add/drop form if you are swapping classes on your schedule. Students wishing to drop a course from their schedule must complete the add/drop form prior to the start of the term. A student is financially responsible for any courses not officially dropped before the first day of classes (for details, see refund policy).

Prior to the first day of the semester or term, a student who officially drops the class, will have 100% of all Tuition Assistance (TA) funds returned to the Military Department that issued the benefits. The returnable percentage of tuition assistance benefits declines as of the first day of the semester or term as described below:

First Week 75%

Second Week 50%

Third-Fifth Week 10%

Thereafter 0%

Academic and Career Advising

Our Advisors are available to help you make educational decisions as you are considering applying to Curry College and throughout your academic career. Our academic advisors are available by appointment to talk with you about career paths, certificate, undergraduate or graduate degree programs, transfer credit and degree requirements, course selection. To make an appointment, call the Milton campus at (617)333-2364 or Plymouth at (508) 747-2424. You can also reach our advisors by email at: ccce@

Writing Center

Located on the first floor of the Learning Commons, the Writing Center is dedicated to assisting Curry students at any level become more flexible, effective, and confident writers. At the Writing Center, all students enrolled at Curry can receive free individualized attention to their writing from professional Writing Center Specialists or trained Peer Writing Tutors. From brainstorming, creating an outline or graphic organizer, or writing that first paragraph to revising an essay or poem, citing sources, or learning to proofread, we work with students at any stage of the writing process.


Academic Tutoring is housed within the Office of Advising & Academic Success. The College provides two options for students to access tutoring services in their courses. Students can access trained peer tutors for many of their courses through the TutorMatching System located on the myCurry portal under the Academic Success and then Academic Tutoring tab. Our peer tutors have been recommended by our faculty to serve in this role. Students should come to tutoring sessions with questions to be addressed by the peer tutor. For subject areas where a peer tutor is not available or where students prefer professional tutoring support, students can connect remotely with a live professional tutor through TutorMe in the Canvas Learning Management System.


New and used textbooks for all Curry campuses can be purchased online via the Campus Bookstore at If you do not see a listing for your course online, or for students using book vouchers, please contact the Curry Bookstore by email at In addition, textbooks for all Curry campuses can be purchased in person at the bookstore located on the second floor of the new Student Center at the Milton Campus. The Bookstore also carries a full line of Curry College clothing and gift items, school supplies, health and beauty products, snacks and beverages. Please call (617) 333-2322 for current store hours or visit the web at

I.D. Cards

Students may obtain a Photo ID Card from the Public Safety office on the Milton campus. ID cards are optional, but are required to use the Library. Please contact the Continuing and Graduate Studies office in Milton or Plymouth for more details.


Milton: Parking permits are issued at the Public Safety Office; begin the process through the student web portal. The permit fee is $50 per year. Please bring a valid driver’s license and your automobile registration when you apply. Parking permits are also required during the summer. Students should take care to park in designated student parking areas or they will be ticketed or towed. All continuing education and graduate students must register vehicles with the Department of Public Safety. Plymouth: There is ample parking available, and no parking fee or permit is required for the Plymouth Campus.

Curry Student Web Portal & Student E-mail Accounts

All Continuing Education and Graduate students are assigned an online account to access the “myCurry” web portal. The web portal houses important academic and student information as well as other useful services, including Curry student Email (a Gmail account), Canvas, course schedules, course assessments, grade reports, academic transcripts, library resources, and financial aid and personal information. New students are provided with their web portal personal log-in information in the welcome packet mailed to their permanent address. If lost or forgotten, password information is available in person at the Tech Center, by Curry College email, or in person at the CE/Grad Studies office. Please note, for your protection, passwords are not provided over the telephone nor emailed to any non-Curry Email address.

Curry uses CWIS (Curry’s Web Information System) to allow students to complete course evaluations, view grade reports, academic transcripts, course schedules, some financial aid information and personal information. Your Web ID and PIN are provided on the course confirmation prior to the start of each term. Please note, for your protection, passwords are not provided over the telephone nor emailed to any non-Curry email address.

Campus Safety

The Curry College Department of Public Safety’s mission is to provide a safe and secure environment for the entire community. This encompasses all students, employees and everyone that visits the campus. Public Safety is everyone’s responsibility; we ask the entire Curry College Community to get involved. The department provides services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as crime prevention, College law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three year period, and disciplinary procedures is available upon request from the Curry College Public Safety Office, 1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton, MA 02186 or by calling (617) 333-2232.