Assumption Offers Free Summer Residential Program for High School Students

Assumption College is offering a free, five-day residential program from June 25-29, for high school juniors who are about to become seniors and sophomores who are becoming juniors.

Students will engage in classroom discussions with Assumption faculty; visit local and regional sites to see art, history and politics in action; live in a college residence hall with resident advisors and eat in the cafeteria; and be taken on a road trip to Boston – all at no cost to students and their families.

“Assumption College has always believed that the liberal arts are essential to the development of a better society,” said Professor Geoffrey Vaughan, director of the college’s Fortin & Gonthier Foundations of Western Civilization Program and the summer program’s organizer. “This free program is an incredible opportunity for high school students to experience many facets of a liberal arts education. Students will see how different disciplines are integrated and this will serve them throughout their academic careers.”

Registration for the program is now closed.

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