- 363 Plantation Street
- Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
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Assumption College | Worcester MA Accommodations Near the School
500 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Assumption College, founded in 1904 by the Augustinians of the Assumption, offers a Catholic, liberal arts and sciences education to 2,000 undergraduates along with programs for graduate and continuing education students. As members of a thriving intellectual, social, and spiritual community, students, faculty, and staff collaborate to pursue the broadest questions at the deepest levels.
- Take a right out of parking lot
- At the set of lights take a right onto Plantation St.
- At the next set of lights take a right onto Rt.9/Belmont St.
- Follow that for about 2 miles.
- At the Police Station bear right and get into the middle lane.
- Continue straight and at the fork bear right.
- Assumption College will be on the right.
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