Alumni Events & Programs

Whether it be a class reunion, homecoming or other events, the Office of Alumni Relations plans a number of opportunities for you to reconnect with classmates and the University.

Stay Engaged with Assumption After Graduation

The Office of Alumni Relations plans a number of exciting events on and off campus to help you remain engaged with your alma mater. Alumni are welcome - and encouraged - to attend these events to reconnect with friends or engage with the University in a more meaningful way.

Some of the events the Office plans each year include reunion, homecoming, regional receptions as well as a number of receptions throughout the country. To receive updates and regular messages on news and events, please make sure we have your most current email address on file

For more information on upcoming events, please contact alumni@assumption.edu or 508-767-7011.

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Homecoming

Each year, Hounds from a number of generations - and their families -  return home to their alma mater to reconnect with old friends and tour the campus they called home for four years. 

Homecoming information

Reunion

From May 29 - May 31st, 2020 alumni from class years ending in 4 or 9 are invited back to campus for a fun-filled weekend. Registration for Reunion will open in April 2019.

Reunion Weekend
Oct 28 Wed

Why is the Electoral College Important?

Wondering why the electoral college exists? Want to learn more about it? Join Provost & Academic Vice President Greg Weiner, Ph.D. for a deep dive into the history & importance of the electoral college with Facilitator Mark Horan, J.D. '81.

Oct. 28, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual
Register
Nov 9 Mon

The Long March to the 19th Amendment and the Massachusetts Women Who Got us There!

Attorney Barbara Berenson, Lecturer, Harvard University Law School, and Retired Senior Attorney at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will lecture on her book Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement and the role that women from our state played in the long road to the 19th amendment. Plea ... Read more

Nov. 9, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual

Assumption Alumni Events

Oct 28 Wed

Why is the Electoral College Important?

Wondering why the electoral college exists? Want to learn more about it? Join Provost & Academic Vice President Greg Weiner, Ph.D. for a deep dive into the history & importance of the electoral college with Facilitator Mark Horan, J.D. '81.

Oct. 28, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual
Register
Nov 9 Mon

The Long March to the 19th Amendment and the Massachusetts Women Who Got us There!

Attorney Barbara Berenson, Lecturer, Harvard University Law School, and Retired Senior Attorney at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will lecture on her book Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement and the role that women from our state played in the long road to the 19th amendment. Plea ... Read more

Nov. 9, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual

Assumption Alumni Resources

Assumption alumni enjoy Homecoming weekend.

Stay in Touch!

We want to hear from you! Did you get married, have a child or start a new job? Share the news with other Assumption alumni! Assumption Magazine publishes Class Notes in each issue (spring, summer and winter). Submissions can be made by sending an email to alumni@assumption.edu or by completing an online form.

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