Assumption Ranked Among Best Colleges in Country by Princeton Review

Wednesday, August 08, 2018
GoLocalWorcester News Team

Assumption ranked among best colleges in country
Assumption College is ranked as one of the best colleges in the country, according to The Princeton Review in the latest edition of its college guide, The Best 384 Colleges.

“Deepening and broadening the foundations of students’ learning in their major and minor fields of study, the College community cultivates the habits of mind, learning practices and skills, passion for truth, and love of wisdom that are hallmarks of an Assumption College liberal arts education. The College community is proud to be recognized by The Princeton Review and our student body for our strong academics and welcoming campus. As a College with a curriculum firmly rooted in the liberal arts, Assumption is committed to forming well-rounded individuals who use the knowledge and skills obtained at the College to make a meaningful difference in the world,” said Francesco C. Cesareo, Ph.D., president of Assumption College.

Princeton Review on Assumption

According to the guide’s editors, students described the College as “a tight-knit, faith-based community where everyone is part of a family” that “focuses on ‘educating aware and prospective young adults to become active and productive members of society while maintaining human core values’ through ‘service, meaningful discussions, and liberal arts classes.’”

In this guide, students applauded Assumption for the caring, “approachable,” and “engaging” professors, as well as the College’s dedication to students’ success. According to the guide’s editors, Assumption “focuses on giving its students every resource possible to help them succeed and be happy; tutoring is provided at the academic center, campus jobs are ‘abundant,’ and the Career and Internship center admirable aids students in finding jobs after graduation.”

The Guide

One of The Princeton Review’s most popular guides, The Best 384 Colleges rankings are based on surveys of more than 100,00 students at hundreds of notable institutions of higher learning.


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