Address: 20 North Park Avenue, Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: (508) 747-2424
Fax: (508) 746-2531
Office Hours: Monday –Thursday 9:00 A.M. – 7:30 P.M
Friday 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Saturday 8:00 A.M. – Noon
The Physical Facility
The Curry College Campus at 20 North Park Avenue features eight lecture rooms (capacity 20 to 35 students each); two 17 station computer labs; a student reception area; kitchen; three administrative offices and administrative assistant’s work station area and a conference room.
Curry’s Technology Center has implemented a fiber optic backbone connecting all Curry campuses to a single network. This includes the removed campuses in Plymouth and Worcester, and employs a series of three T1 lines. These lines are linked to form the “Currynet” by a series of routers, bridges, and firewalls—which are also used to filter offsite traffic and insure the integrity of the network. The internal network is secured with virus protection software.
The Plymouth campus employs a full-time Campus Director, an Assistant Director, a part-time Academic Counselor, and one full-time and two part-time Administrative Assistants/Enrollment Representatives. To meet the Plymouth campus staff, please visit the Curry College Campus Directory.
Directions to the Plymouth Campus.
Programs and Instruction
The Department Chairs and Graduate Program Directors in Milton hold the responsibility for all curriculum and program development. The Department Chairs and Graduate Program Directors also recruit, select, assign, and review the faculty for all Curry campus locations, consistent with the policies and procedures for the rest of the College. The centralization of these efforts within the academic departments ensures quality and consistency, regardless of the location of program and course delivery.
Programs available at the Plymouth campus
B.A. in Communication
B.A. in Criminal Justice
B.A. in Management
B.A. in Psychology
B.A. in Sociology
B.S. in Health Studies
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science
Corporate and Business Communication
Corporate and Business Technology
Human Resource Management
Human Services and the Community
Residential Property Management (RPM)
Substance Abuse Counseling
M.A. in Criminal Justice
Master of Education
Graduate Certificates in Education
Learning Disabilities Across the Lifespan
Corporate Education/Technology Training
Please contact Anne Berriault, Director, Plymouth Campus for more information about corporate education and technology training for your company.
All of the advising services available to the continuing education and graduate student populations are available at the Plymouth location.
CE Advising and Services
Graduate Studies Advising and Services
New and used textbooks for all Curry campuses can be purchased online via the Campus Bookstore. If you do not see a listing for your course on line, or for students using book vouchers, please contact the Curry Bookstore by email at email@example.com.
In addition, textbooks for all Curry campuses can be purchased in person at the Bookstore. 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 Virtual Bookstore.
Several departments work together to provide information technology systems, resources, and services to Curry’s branch campuses. These include the Levin Library, the Technology Center, the Department of Applied Technology, and the Media Center.
Curry College began offering classes in Plymouth in 1994. The goal of the College was to bring a liberal-arts based education with professional majors to the South Shore. This effort was initiated as a result of studies that indicated a scarcity of higher educational resources for individuals living in this geographic area. Over time, the demand has grown from primarily certificate-based offerings to undergraduate and graduate degrees. In 2000, Curry moved from Long Pond Road to a new location at 20 North Park Avenue and expanded its square footage from 5,000 to 11,000 square feet. The result is an attractive setting for teaching and learning.
The objectives of the Plymouth branch campus are to offer programming that allows students to both initiate and complete undergraduate and graduate programs that are currently offered at the Milton campus.