Assumption College

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Campus Life

The Assumption College experience extends far beyond the classroom. Your growth is supported by an active campus life and we offer an environment that embraces our Catholic heritage and the diversity that makes each of us unique.


We are committed to helping you develop academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. We plan and implement programs based on a set of guiding principles designed to help you achieve your full potential.


Your Opportunities and Resources

  • Campus Ministry: Campus Ministry encourages all members of the college community to be seekers of truth and to bring about a world of justice, peace and love.

  • Campus Recreation: The Plourde Recreation Center is a hub of student life. Intramural sports are extremely popular with most students. The facility has basketball courts, a pool, racquetball courts, an indoor track, weight rooms, aerobic room, and fully equipped fitness center to encourage healthy lifestyles choices.

  • Community Service: Assumption's Reach Out Center (ROC) is the College’s community service organization for students. Assumption students spend more than 100,000 hours annually volunteering around Worcester in schools, veterans centers, and homeless shelters.

  • Cross Cultural Center: The Cross Cultural Center seeks to create and sustain an environment that encourages and embraces the contributions of people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

  • Intercollegiate Athletics: Assumption is a NCAA, Division II program, and we participate in the Northeast-10 Conference, one of the most competitive in the country. We offer 23 intercollegiate sports: 12 women’s sports and 11 men’s.

  • Public Safety: The Office of Public Safety operates around the clock to address campus safety and parking issues.

  • Residential Life: 90 percent of Assumption undergraduates live on campus in a community that fosters individual growth and learning. Residential Life staff, including Resident Assistants and Resident Directors, emphasize personal accountability and offer a network of support and guidance.

  • Student Activities: The Office of Student Activities works closely with the student clubs and organizations to organize, publicize and implement cocurricular activities. Students take the leadership roles in planning and implementing activities.

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

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Leslie Lupien

Pomfret, CT

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