Assumption Summer Session Registration Opens April 8

Mar. 25, 2019
For the sixth consecutive year, Assumption will offer students an opportunity to catch up or get ahead in their studies through two summer sessions . Summer courses are offered online and on campus during the day from May 20-June 28 (Session I) and July 1-August 9 (Session II). Summer classes are...

U.S. News Ranks Assumption’s Rehab Counseling Program among Best in Nation

Mar. 22, 2019
Assumption’s graduate degree program in Rehabilitation Counseling is one of the Best Graduate Schools for Health 2020 , according to U.S. News & World Report . Previously ranked 48th, Assumption has now moved up to be among the top 40 Rehabilitation Counseling programs in the country. “For over a...

Hound of the Week: Hannah White '21

Mar. 21, 2019
Being 8,000 miles away from her home of Guam, Hannah was nervous about feeling homesick and fitting in at Assumption. “Besides the extreme distance, it's a feeling I'm sure many Assumption students had their first day at school. However, the minute I stepped foot on campus I was welcomed by the...

Travel Tuesday: Kennedy O'Hara

Mar. 19, 2019
Stepping out of her comfort zone is just one of many reasons why Neuroscience major and Italian minor Kennedy O’Hara ‘21 wanted to study abroad this spring at Assumption’s Rome campus. “I wanted to experience first-hand the interesting Roman culture and put into practice all that I have learned...

MEMS Faculty Lecture: Suffering, Art, and Meaning: Friedrich Schiller on Tragedy

Mar. 18, 2019
The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Program at Assumption invites you to a MEMS Faculty Lecture with Samuel Stoner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. The lecture will take place on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in the La Maison Salon. Refreshments will follow the lecture.

Hound of the Week: Zachary Sneeringer ’19

Mar. 13, 2019
As a Mathematics and Music double major and Education minor, Zachary has developed a passion for helping others. “I am passionate about learning about other people’s strength and being able to play off of those strengths to allow them to shine with their own talents.” As Head Resident Assistant for...

Travel Tuesday: Mia Rapoza '20

Mar. 12, 2019
Meet Mia Rapoza, ’20, a biology major with a concentration in neuroscience. Mia is spending her spring 2019 semester studying abroad in Australia’s Gold Coast. “I decided to study abroad because I started to realize that this is the most fitting time of my life where I can experience traveling alone...

Assumption’s History Program Recognized for Value

Mar. 7, 2019 Office of Communications
College Factual has included Assumption in its recently released 2019 Best History Colleges for the Money. Assumption’s history program was third in Massachusetts and in the top 10 percent nationally for value, according the organization.

Experience the Rome Campus from Students' Perspective

Mar. 7, 2019 Office of Communications
For many students, studying in Rome is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience another culture and walk in the footsteps of emperors and gladiators. Assumption has created a unique study abroad experience where the city becomes the classroom for the spring, fall and four-week summer semesters...

Hound of the Week: David Cifarelli ’19

Mar. 6, 2019
When David got to Assumption, he knew the importance of putting himself out there and expanding outside of his comfort zone by involving himself on and off campus. He now credits his involvement on campus for preparing him for success post-grad. As a past orientation leader, current Editor in Chief...