Student Accessibility Services
Assumption University is committed to providing appropriate assistance to students with learning disabilities, ADHD/ADD, chronic medical conditions, physical disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities who can effectively function in our academic environment.
The Assumption University Bookstore, located on the second floor of the Hagan Campus Center, has all of your textbook, school supplies, and Collegiate apparel needs. Visit our website for store hours, textbook information, and to place online orders. If you cannot find what you are looking for or have additional questions, please contact us at: (508) 767-7249.
Assumption Dining creates a community experience centered on culinary expertise, fresh, local ingredients offering healthy, made-to-order meals all served with a sense of environmental and social responsibility.
Taylor Dining Hall is Assumption University’s Resident Dining Facility. The Dining Hall offers an “all you care to eat” program with continuous dining 7:45 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:40 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Fridays.
Charlie’s Snack Bar, our retail operation, is conveniently located in the Hagan Campus Center. Grab a quick meal on the way to class or meet friends for lunch and a relaxing break from the day…either way, you’re sure to enjoy the delicious variety of meals offered! Charlie’s is open 11 a.m. – Midnight Monday through Friday.
The Café in Hagan serves features a full menu of hot and cold coffee beverages made with Caribou Coffee, as well as smoothies and a variety of food items, including pastries and desserts freshly-baked on site like donuts, muffins, and cinnamon rolls, croissants, sweet breads, bagels and smears, and made to order breakfast sandwiches. Fresh and convenient Simply to Go items will also be offered like yogurt parfaits, and fruit and veggie cups. The Cafe is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Additional information about specific menu options and weekend dining hours can be found on https://assumption.sodexomyway.com.
The Information Technology & Media Services department is here to support all Assumption students as they use technology to achieve their educational goals. We are committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with the networking, software, computer facilities and support services necessary to foster academic excellence. We serve to empower our users with reliable services and encourage the exploration and innovative uses of technology.
We understand that Graduate students often have many other commitments besides their school work, and sometimes technology seems to get in the way more than it helps. But we are here to help! For Help Desk hours and contact information, visit our webpage.
The Emmanuel d’Alzon Library, located opposite the Tsotsis Family Academic Center, offers access to many thousands of print and e-books, streaming videos, and print and electronic journals, as well as specialized research article databases, to serve each graduate program. Online resources are available from off campus 24/7. Interlibrary loan service provides access to materials from other libraries, and librarians can assist you with your research in person or online. Free printing, scanning, and group study rooms (one with a video monitor) are available in the library. For more details on library services, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
As an international student at Assumption, you will receive personalized academic, social, and immigration support services from our Coordinator for International Students Success.
- Work with an advisor that understands the unique needs of our international students
- Attend extra-curricular programming throughout the year planned in conjunction with various groups on campus
- Get assistance with applying for off campus employment as part of CPT (curricular practical training) or OPT (optional practical training)
Living a life that matters. It’s something each of us desires. We want to know that our life makes a difference. Discovering how this will take shape in your life is part of what your graduate school education is all about. Campus Ministry provides opportunities to explore who you are and who God is through a life of prayer and worship, a life of service and justice, and a life of spiritual growth. Whether you have a strong connection with your religious tradition or are exploring various spiritual paths, Campus Ministry has something for you to develop a life that matters.
Campus Recreation programs are designed to enrich the university experience for all participants. A large variety of intramural sports, club sports, instructional classes, and special events are offered to allow every participant maximum enjoyment, regardless of previous playing experience and/or ability. The Plourde Recreation Center is fully equipped with cardio equipment, free weights, machines, & stretching/meditation areas. The facility also includes a pool, racquetball courts and multipurpose courts for a variety of open recreation opportunities. The Recreation programs are designed to all students, both undergraduate and graduate, meet new friends, develop new interests, make worthy use of their leisure time, and have a more rewarding academic year through a balanced lifestyle that includes physical exercise.
The Department of Public Safety, located on the ground floor of Kennedy Building, maintains 24-hour coverage in an effort to protect all students and University personnel.
PLEASE NOTE: Public Safety may impose a ban on parking in the event of severe weather conditions, or when there are special events on campus. Public Safety communicates information about parking bans and alternate parking by sending a campus-wide portal announcement (Parking Advisory). Please direct all questions about parking on campus to Public Safety. Public Safety Dispatch is open 24/7 year round and can be reached at 508-767-7225.
All fines incurred as a result of driving or parking violations must be paid at the Business Office (Alumni Hall) within seven business days. Excessive parking violations or failure to pay fines may result in loss of driving and parking privileges on campus. Fines must be paid prior to eligibility for degree conferral.