Assumption is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s “best value” colleges by Barron’s Best Buys in College Education. The publication says Assumption provides a “first-rate education at a reasonable price,” and it highlights Assumption faculty’s devotion to helping students achieve their goals.
Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance is used to determine your eligibility for need-based financial aid from Assumption College. It is based on the cost for a full-time Assumption undergraduate student who is enrolled in at least 4 courses (12 credits) per semester. It includes:
Direct costs: those expenses billed directly to you from Assumption
Indirect costs: those expenses not billed to you, but which you may incur.
If you drop below full-time or change your residency status, your cost of attendance will be recalculated, thus impacting your financial aid eligibility.
2013-2014 Cost of Attendance
| Resident or Commuter (Living in off-campus apartment)
||Commuter (Living with parents/relatives)
|Room & Board
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|Books & Supplies
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First-year students must pay a one-time Orientation fee of $400 and one-time room damage deposit of $350 (if residing on campus). All students also are charged Student Health Insurance; however, the fee is waived if the student already has comparable coverage.
For more detailed billing information, please refer all questions to the Student Accounts Office.
Tools to help you determine the cost of your Assumption education
Paying for an Assumption Education
Assumption College is firmly committed to helping students finance an Assumption education. The College offers scholarships, grants, work study, and federal and state loans as part of students’ financial aid packages, and a variety of other financing options are available. Your Assumption financial aid advisor will work with you to identify those opportunities.
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