Student Housing

Assumption College guarantees housing to all students for all four years in 18 residence halls located throughout campus. Did you know that 85% of students live on campus for all four years?

Living on Campus

You've applied and been accepted. Congratulations! Now its time to begin planning for Move-in Day. On Move-in Day, hundreds of Assumption students, staff - and even the College President - will be on hand to welcome you and help carry all of your belongings.

The residential areas of Assumption College offer you a unique experience in community living that extends the learning process of the College beyond the classroom. Each of our 18 residential areas varies in size, programs and facilities. Students and staff work cooperatively to establish and maintain a living environment that fosters spiritual, educational, personal, and social growth for our residential population. Each student is invited to become an active participant in the community building effort. At Assumption, we believe that with freedom comes responsibility. This responsibility includes a respect for the dignity of the people and property of the College community.

Living on campus with a roommate and becoming a member of the Assumption community can be an important part of your college education. At Assumption, 85 percent of students live on campus for all four years, which enables students to build a strong network of friends for life. You'll be part of a dynamic community where there is always something to do.

Need an accommodation? The College is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities. 

Living on Campus at Assumption

First-Year Residence Halls at Assumption


Alumni Hall

Alumni Hall is located in the heart of campus next to Desautels Hall. This building houses primarily first-year students in double bedrooms and is co-ed by floor. Currently, there are two floors of women and one floor of men.


Desautels Hall

Desautels Hall is located in the heart of campus next to Alumni Hall. This building houses primarily first-year students in double bedrooms and is co-ed by floor. Currently, there are two floors of women and one floor of men. Students refer to this building as "Des."


Nault Hall

Nault Hall is located in an area of campus known as "The Hill." This hall is Assumption's only substance-free housing. Residents who choose to live here choose to live a substance-free life. Nault Hall is co-ed by floor, and all four classes are represented in the building. Nault houses residents in single, double and triple rooms.
 


Salisbury Hall

Salisbury Hall is located on the main road of the campus, directly across from the Hagan Campus Center and Plourde Recreation Center. This hall is a mirror image of Worcester Hall. It houses primarily first and second-year students in triples and quads. Salisbury Hall is co-ed by floor. Currently, there are two floors of women and two floors of men. Students refer to this residence hall as "Sals".


Worcester Hall

Worcester Hall is located directly behind the Plourde Recreation Center, beyond the outdoor basketball and volleyball courts. This hall is a mirror image of Salisbury Hall. It houses primarily first and second-year students in triples and quads. Worcester Hall is co-ed by floor. Currently, there are three floors of women and one floor of men.

Other Housing Options at Assumption


Living/Learning Center (LLC)

The Living Learning Center (LLC) is located directly next to Wachusett Hall in an area of campus known as the “Village.” This is an apartment style building with four-person apartments. Each apartment has a kitchen, living room, bathroom and two double bedrooms. The LLC has central air conditioning, a common area lounge on each of the five residential floors and a large meeting room on the sixth floor. It primarily houses second-year students and is co-ed by floor. Students apply as groups to live in this building and participate in an Interest Circle where a faculty member will meet regularly with students to have discussions on a themed topic of interest. Approximately 143 students reside in the LLC.


Plough, South and West Halls

Plough and South Halls are located directly behind the Living/Learning Center (LLC) in an area of campus known as the “Village.” These are apartment style buildings with six-person apartments. Each apartment has a kitchen, living room, two bathrooms, two double bedrooms and two single bedrooms. Plough and South Halls have central air conditioning and two common area lounges in the buildings. West Hall is located directly between Plough and South Halls in an area of campus known as the “Village.” West is a suite-style building with four and five-person suites. Each suite has a bathroom and two bedrooms with central air conditioning, two study lounges on each floor and additional larger common area lounges on the second and third floors. These halls primarily house sophomore, junior and senior students and is co-ed by floor.