Choosing a college is an important - and exhaustive - endeavor. Here, we hope you will find helpful information to keep your family on track throughout the college search process.
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October 13, 2016
SARA PORT, Director of Visit Experiences
The Fall is a very busy time for your family. It's an ideal time to visit colleges - classes are back in session, and you can get a genuine feel for the community now that students and faculty are back on campus.
See 6 questions you should keep in mind during your visits in "Planning your college visit activities for fall."
September 15, 2016
DR. WILLIAM SMITH, Director of Financial Aid
Assumption College is committed to helping you and your family through the financial aid process. The first step: understand your options. Financial aid packages can include scholarships, grants, loans and work study. Read our "Guide to Starting the Financial Aid Process"
September 2, 2016
MIKE PERRON, Assistant Director of Admissions
As a former high school counselor/guidance director for 35 years, I'd like to provide you and your family with some tips for utilizing your child's high school guidance office. Read "3 Tips for Working with your Guidance Office"
July 14, 2016
ZACHARY SZYMKOWICZ '17
The summer months make us think about travel. Assumption's campus in Rome, Italy, provides students with a unique study abroad experience. Assumption student, Zack Szymkowicz, provides insights into his semester in Rome in the article "Study Abroad: Making the most of the undergraduate experience."
June 20, 2016
KAREN AMARAL, Director of Technology for Enrollment Management
As an Enrollment Management professional and a parent of four children ages 18 to 28, our family has discovered some helpful tips that have made the summer before our children’s senior year very productive. Check out my 3 Tips to Make the Most of Summer with your college-bound student.