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About Assumption College
Worcester is New England’s second-largest city and an exciting, metropolitan location in which to live, learn and discover. Visit the City of Worcester Web site or the Central Massachusetts Convention and Visitors Bureau site to get a feel for what’s happening in and around the city, find accommodations and restaurants, or learn about places to visit in the area.
Greater Worcester is a college town with about 30,000 students living here during the academic year. Assumption participates in the Colleges of Worcester Consortium and our students can cross-register at 11 other area colleges and universities for academic credit, participate in many campus events at those schools, and access other Consortium college libraries.
Just 45 miles from Boston and Providence, travel to and from Worcester is very convenient. The Boston commuter rail runs a number of times each day and there is also regular bus service to both cities. The Boston international airport and the Providence airport are each an hour away and Worcester has a regional airport.
The west side of Worcester, where Assumption is located, is a beautiful, residential neighborhood. With convenient, free shuttle service, Assumption students can take advantage of the many excellent shopping, dining, cultural, and recreational opportunities that are located just minutes from campus. In addition, because Worcester is an important manufacturing, insurance, biotechnology research and transportation center, there are numerous internships and employment opportunities.
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 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 is located in an area of campus known as "The Hill." This hall is Assumption's only designated substance-free housing. Residents who choose to live here also 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. Nault Hall is also known as "A dorm."
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 year 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.
Worcester Hall is located directly in back of the Plourde Recreation Center, beyond the outdoor basketball and volleyball courts. This hall is a mirror image of Salisbury Hall. It houses primarily first year 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.
Courses available 10Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Education and Teaching 2 Health and Medicine 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 MBA 1 Sports Science 1
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