No matter who you are, you have a
home here

Many colleges and universities want you to choose between a meaningful life and a rewarding career. At Assumption, we believe you deserve both.

For 120 years, Assumption students have been known for curiosity in the classroom and beyond. They’re known for their commitment to community. Most of all, they’re known for their gritty determination— for the way Catholic liberal education universally speaks to every person’s hunger to ask life’s enduring questions and their ambition for rewarding careers.

Our job is not to simply teach you, but to learn from you. You make us better when you ask the hard questions. You grow, and we all do, when we engage in study for its own sake.

14% of our incoming 2023 students identify as Hispanic, and 13% identify as Black. Our students come from many different states and more than a dozen countries outside of the U.S.!


Student to Faculty Ratio

100% of our classes are taught by professors rather than TAs.


Receive Financial Aid

Assumption’s admitted students are awarded nearly $50 million in scholarships and grants every year!



For Return-on-Investment according to the Georgetown Center for Education and the Workforce.

Visit Campus

Our residential campus in New England’s second largest city, Worcester, MA, offers stunning views, state-of-the-art facilities, and countless ways to get involved– from academics to athletics to clubs. You can request a tour any time from our admissions team, or you can tour campus virtually.

Meet a Fellow Hound

Our Admissions ambassadors are excited to answer your questions about Assumption. They can tell you more about anything from what it’s like to live on campus, how to make the most of your academic experience, how we support you in your career planning, and more.

Our Foundations Program Educates the Human Person

“My journey at Assumption University has been nothing short of transformative. From the moment I stepped on campus, I was embraced by a warm and welcoming community that made me feel at home.”

Rooted in the Assumptionist and Augustinian Catholic intellectual tradition of charity, the love for learning, the integration of faith and reason, and the pursuit of truth wherever it is to be found. Our Foundations Program introduces students to essential works, ideas, and enduring goals of the liberal arts and sciences.

Abbi Sullivan
Class of 2023

Talia Rossi
Psychology BA ‘20
Applied Behavior Analysis MA ‘22

Our Graduate Programs Build Knowledge and Networks

“Assumption has helped me become a professional in the field by having high, yet attainable expectations. Assumption also has provided me with my current job as a teacher pursuing my BCBA credential.”

Assumption University’s graduate and post- baccalaureate programs empower students to build on their educations and careers, steeped in an academic culture shaped by our mission.

Our Impactful Education Lasts a Lifetime

“The gifts we each have and appreciate were identified and developed at Assumption and carry over to this day. We have helped literally thousands of children here at Wellspring, and we are proud of our heritage that began at Assumption.”

Our generations of alumni leverage the education they received at Assumption – and the lifelong connections they made – to build lives of meaning and impact.

Jim Vogel ’68
Jim and his wife Holly, run Wellspring Farm Learning Center, an experiential therapy group practice.

Lorenzo Valencia ’23
MBA ’24

Athletics Are a Thriving Part of Our Campus

“Being a college athlete has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my time at Assumption. Between the lifelong friendships I’ve made and the valuable lessons I’ve learned, my memories from my athletic career as a Greyhound are ones that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.”

At Assumption, student athletics are a central part of campus life – over a third of Assumption students compete at the NCAA level on at least one of our 26 teams. 

We are Hound Nation; and we’re proud of the impact our student-athletes make on the field, in the classroom, on our campus, and in communities both local and around the world.