Assumption College

About Assumption - General Information

 
 

Description

Founded in 1904, Assumption is a Catholic college known for its classic liberal arts curriculum and strong academic programs in business and professional studies. More than 2,150 undergraduates choose among 39 majors and 44 minors as they explore an educational experience grounded in the rich Catholic intellection tradition. More than 700 graduate and continuing education students are enrolled.

 
 
Quick Facts

Fall 2011 Student Enrollment

  • Undergraduate: 2,079
    Male: 40%
    Female: 60%
  • On-Campus Residents: 89%

Degrees Awarded in 2011

  • Undergraduate: 430
  • Graduate: 159

Undergraduate

  • Student/Faculty Ratio: 12/1
  • Average Class Size: 21

Geographic Distribution

  • Massachusetts: 64%
  • Other New England states: 27%
  • Other States and Countries: 9%
  • Number of states represented: 25 (including Puerto Rico)
  • Number of countries represented: 23

Most Popular Declared Majors

  • Business Studies: 26%
  • Natural Sciences: 11%
  • English: 10%
  • Psychology: 11%
  • Education (concentration): 9%

Athletics

  • Member NCAA - Division II
  • Member Northeast-10 Conference
  • 23 Intercollegiate Sports

Alumni of Record

  • Undergraduate: 14,871
  • Graduate: 2,084
  • Continuing Education: 935

Costs 2011-2012

Undergraduate

  • Full-time: $32,180 per year
  • Room and Board: $10,485 per year
  • Fees: $365 per year
  • Total $ 43,030

Graduate

  • MBA, MA and CAGS - $523 per credit

Continuing Education

  • Associate’s & Bachelor's: $295 per credit
  • Registration fee: $20

Financial Aid

  • $31 million in institutional dollars awarded for academic merit and need

College Financial Information

 
 
 

 

Type Spotlight

 

Leslie Lupien

Pomfret, CT

Leslie balances basketball, majoring in Biology, and minoring in Sociology