A faculty member at Assumption University demonstrates material in a lab to students.

Undergraduate Research Symposium

Every year, Assumption showcases all the research projects faculty mentors and students complete, showing the scholarly accomplishments of students. Not only is it a great opportunity for experience and to learn something, but allows you to connect with faculty on projects outside of the classroom.

Academic Advising

Full-time faculty work as academic advisors for students at Assumption from the first day you step on campus to your graduation, helping you succeed in your classes and reach your goals. The transition both in and out of college can be tough and that is why they are here to help.

There are a number of places, resources, and people on campus who are committed to seeing you succeed at Assumption and become the person you want to be.

  • Student Success works to ensure that every student has the opportunity to contribute to the Assumption community and has the resources they need to thrive.

  • The Career Development and Internship Center is here to support your professional career from helping you with your resume to hosting Alumni Networking nights.

  • The Academic Support Center offers free, one-on-one tutoring and presents study-skills programs to help you develop strategies for personal academic success.

  • The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership (link to new page) provides students with the opportunity to participate in the many clubs and organizations here at Assumption, as well as opportunities to become leaders on campus.

  • The Wellness Center sponsors a student peer health education program and supports your growth and development as you meet the challenges and choices faced throughout your college years. The staff provides confidential counseling, which is covered by the student’s tuition.

  • Student Accessibility Services supports the University’s commitment 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 and residential environment.