- Human Services & Rehabilitation
- Social Sciences
- Certificate in Accounting and CPA Track Program
- Certificate in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling
- Certificate in Communications
- Certificate in Criminal Justice
- Certificate in Graphic Design & Multimedia
- Certificate in Human Resources Management
- Certificate in Medical Assisting
- Certificate in Paralegal Studies
- Certificate in Project Management
- Non-Credit Programs
Providing the support you need to flourish as a student at Assumption
Academic counseling is an integral part of continuing education. Students are encouraged to meet with a counselor during the application process and during course selection. Please call 508-767-7364 to make an appointment. Couselors are available weekday afternoons and evenings.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER
Are you feeling stressed out because of a class? Are you tearing your hair out over a tough homework assignment? The Academic Support Center is a peer tutoring service which is provided by the College for the benefit of the entire Assumption College community. It is in the D’Alzon Library on the second floor, 508-767-7071. It is supervised by the Director and staffed by students and qualified professionals who have been selected for their abilities as tutors in areas such as math, economics, statistics, accounting, quantitative methods, science, writing, and foreign languages. Students with special needs, including learning disabilities, are encouraged to call the Director at 508-767-7311. Small group tutorials in study skills are also available. Online tutoring is available in writing, math, accounting, statistics, biology, and chemistry. Go to www.etutoring.org for online tutoring.
The Academic Support Center is open Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., and Sunday evenings 6:00–10:00 p.m. during the Fall and Spring semesters.
The Office of Career Services, located in La Maison Francaise, Suite 205, offers a number of programs and resources to assist students enrolled in a degree program with career planning and exploration, and with developing effective job search campaigns. In addition to career workshops covering topics such as self-assessment and career exploration, job search strategies, resume/cover letter development, networking, and interview/salary negotiation skills, one-on-one and group counseling sessions are offered for more individualized guidance in these areas. Students may also take advantage of our Career Services resource center, which houses a number of books and articles on career and job search topics, fee-based career assessment testing, networking or professional development event announcements, and other career-related programs sponsored by Assumption College and the Colleges of the Worcester Consortium. Job postings can currently be accessed on the Student Development and Counseling Center web site.
In addition, as an alumnus/a of one of Assumption’s Continuing and Career Education degree programs, you are welcome to use the Office of Career Services over the lifetime of your career. The Office of Career Services can be reached at 508-767-7542, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ID CARDS/STUDENT PARKING
Student IDs and parking stuckers are required of all students and can be obtained from Campus Police during designated times. Extended hours are offered at the beginning of each semester. The course registration form is needed in order for an ID card to be issued.
Online tutoring services are available through a partnership with the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium.
Students can receive tutoring assistance in the following areas:
- Writing in all subject areas
- Math (Developmental through College Calculus)
- Anatomy and Physiology
Assumption students may log in at www.etutoring.org for assistance.