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Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC)

The CDIC uses Handshake, a recruiting platform that helps students and alumni connect to professional opportunities, and offers resources to search and post job opportunities and internships.   Also, alumni can choose what type of assistance they may be willing to provide to Assumption students, such as job shadowing, informational interviewing or answering questions via email. For more information, contact the CDIC.

ASPIRE Program

ASPIRE (Alumni-Student Partnerships in Reflective Engagement) engages interested alumni and motivated junior and senior students with questions of vocation as they relate to identity, career, community, commitments, and life beyond college.

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Alumni Newsletter

The Alumni Office regularly shares University news and information about upcoming events by email. If your email address has changed, please share with us your updated contact information. 

Request a Transcript

Order your transcript electronically and receive it electronically through Parchment. For questions and/or more information, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 508-767-7355. 

Get Married in the Chapel or Host Your Event on Campus

Assumption University offers a number of exquisite meeting, dining and reception facilities through our Conference Services Office. To reserve the Chapel of the Holy Spirit for a wedding, please contact Campus Ministry.

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Graduate Studies

When you apply to one of Assumption’s select group of graduate programs, you join an impressive family of working professionals, faculty scholars, consultants, and visiting speakers from the Worcester corporate and education community. Build a career-boosting network while earning an advanced degree.

Worcester Institute for Senior Education (W.I.S.E.)

Assumption University is proud to sponsor the Worcester Institute for Senior Education (W.I.S.E.), a Learning in Retirement Institute open to senior citizens in Central Massachusetts who are interested in continuous learning. It is a member-run organization in which peer learning and active participation are key concepts. Members create their own educational programming and, through peer learning, share their experience and knowledge on topics of interest to them.

For more information about W.I.S.E, please call 508-767-7513.

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