Students walking to class on the Assumption College campus.
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Office of Student Affairs

How does a Catholic university impact students in their daily lives?

The Augustinians of the Assumption founded Assumption University in 1904, and its mission has been consistent since the beginning. Assumption, rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition, strives to form graduates known for critical intelligence, thoughtful citizenship, and compassionate service.

Student Affairs staff support that mission throughout the residential and cocurricular aspects of student life. We plan and implement programs around a core set of principles so that we can light the way for Assumption students to achieve their full personal and academic potential.

The bell tower in front of the Chapel of the Holy Spirit has five bells that ring across campus. Our five principles do the same. We are very clear about our identity, which is grounded in the values and teaching of Catholicism, and, as a Catholic university, we believe that each student should be encouraged to explore and understand his or her personal faith tradition.

You four years at Assumption is a time of tremendous personal growth for students. We look forward to working with each and every student at Assumption University as we grow together.

Office of Student Affairs


OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS STAFF

Benjamin A. Kadamus

Assistant Dean of Student Development

508-767-7505
Sara A. Swillo Muckian

Dean of Student Engagement

508-767-7403
Brenda Torres

Administrative Assistant, Student Affairs

508-767-7325
Kristen White

Interim Vice President for Student Affairs

508-767-7328

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Guiding Principles

  • The bells at Assumption College during the fall.Student Affairs staff support our mission throughout the residential and cocurricular aspects of student life on campus. We plan and implement programs around a core set of principles to help Assumption students achieve their full personal and academic potential.