Welcoming Becker Students to Assumption
Transferring, or applying, to Assumption is the beginning of an exciting new journey for Becker students. As an Assumption student, you'll discover how the campus community is dedicated to helping you find your path as you continue to prepare for your future.
Information for Becker Students
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS FOR BECKER TRANSFERS
Pathways to Graduation for Becker Students
With specific pathways for Becker students to pursue a degree without interruption, more life-changing opportunities, and more avenues than ever to pursue your interests, there has never been a better time to transfer to Assumption. Contact Shanell Cartagena in the Admissions Office today to begin the transfer process.
Internships with respected local and global institutions. Immersive study abroad experiences across the globe, from Dublin to Tokyo. In-depth research on topics ranging from DNA repair to American fashion trends. Assumption offers you endless ways to apply your classroom learning in real-world settings—and develop invaluable skills and insights.
Highly Accessible Faculty
Assumption offers a comprehensive range of programs and services to ensure you get the most out of your experience, including a personal academic advisor who will help you choose classes and make crucial internship, graduate school, and job connections. We also offer tutoring services; disability support; library, IT, and media resources; and more.
A Campus in Rome, Italy
Not many universities have an additional campus in Europe. Assumption does. Located in Rome, Italy, Assumption’s European campus uses Italy as a living classroom. From the Appian Way to the Sistine Chapel, and from Florence to Pompeii, you’ll explore the art, culture, food, history, and faith of Italy through our optional, one-of-a-kind study abroad experience ranked a top-ten program in the nation.
Assumption is small—and that’s a big deal.
With 2,000 undergraduates, Assumption is a university where each student is known and valued. You’ll forge close, personal relationships with peers and professors whose ideas and backgrounds will enrich your education—and help illuminate your path.