Curry College was founded by Anna Baright and Samuel Silas Curry 1879. The school was initially known as the School of Elocution and boasted inventor Alexander Graham Bell as the first chancellor. It wasn't until 1943 when the School of Elocution changed its name to become Curry College.
Curry College's stated mission is "to develop liberally educated persons who are able to gain and to apply knowledge humanely, intelligently and effectively in a complex, changing world." The school achieves this mission through the goals of thinking critically, communicating effectively, understanding context, appreciating aesthetic experience, defining a personal identity, examining value systems and adapting and innovating.
Those living in student housing or an off campus apartment at Curry College have access to the school's exceptional academic programs and fields of study. Students may pursue undergraduate and graduate level courses. Popular concentrations include visual arts, biology, communication, philosophy, graphic design, education, English, management, politics and history, criminal justice, community health and wellness, environmental science, integrated liberal studies and information technology.
Student living and university living at Curry College revolve around a variety of traditional campus student activities and organizations. The Curry Colonels compete in the NCAA's Division III in men's and women's sports such as soccer, tennis, volleyball, baseball, basketball, football, lacrosse, ice hockey and cross country.
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