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Assumption Alumni Networks
The greatest asset of any college or university is its alumni. The Assumption College Alumni Network, formerly known as Regional Clubs, is a group committed to Assumption, are proud of Assumption and other Assumption alumni, and want to get involved in ways to contribute to the ongoing success of the college.

The role of an Assumption College Alumni Ambassador is instrumental in maintaining a relationship between Assumption College and its alumni. Their efforts provide alumni with educational, cultural, social and spiritual opportunities that enhance their engagement with their alma mater. Each Alumni network depends on the efforts of local Alumni Ambassadors.

If you are interested in getting involved with the Assumption Alumni Network in your area, join your region's Facebook and LinkedIn, and contact Amy Logue '01 or Sarah Kupec '15.

Career Development & Internship Center
The Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC) has connected the former "Hound Explorer" to Career Connection, which provides undergraduates and alumni the opportunity to connect with one another and also offeres resources to search and post job opportunities and internships. Alumni can choose what type of assistance they are willing to provide, (e.g. job shadowing, informational interviewing or answering questions via e-mail). For more information, contact the CDIC at

Admissions Ambassador
Alumni are our best ambassadors and recruiters! Please help us spread the word about Assumption College and recruit new students.

Do you know high school students who would make perfect Greyhounds?  Just fill out the short Alumni Referral Program form below, and we will reach out to them directly and introduce them to the many opportunities available to students here – in the classroom, on campus, in the community, and around the globe.

Each student you refer will receive an application fee waiver in the mail. Due to your referral, they can apply to Assumption for free! Download the Application Fee Waiver. If you have any questions, contact Allyson Martin '99.