Please note: the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and the Master of Arts in School Counseling programs have fixed deadline application policies and calendars.
View the Counseling Psychology Application Deadlines
View the School Counseling Application Calendar
Completed applications for our other three Master programs (MBA, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Special Education) are reviewed by the Graduate Program Admission Committees on a "rolling" basis. No standardized test is required for any program.
The rolling admissions policy allows you to apply for admission at any time of year. Applicants are evaluated on their own academic merits and ability to complete our programs successfully. Once all the necessary documentation is received, your application materials are reviewed and a decision is made. You will be notified of the decision in writing.
All programs require:
- Completed Application Dated & Signed
- $30 Application Fee (waived for AC Alumni) -Online by checking/statement savings account or credit/debit card (a small convenience fee is applied to credit/debit card payments) at https://assumption.afford.com/ and select Graduate School Application Fee. Use student ID# 0999999 or remit by check/money order to Assumption College, Graduate Studies, 500 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609.
- Three (3) Recommendations
- Official Transcript(s)
- Personal Statement
- Current Resume
- TOEFL or IELTS for applicants whose native language is not English
(For more information on the TOEFL test, please visit the web site www.toefl.com. For more information on the IELTS test, please visit www.ielts.org.)
Send completed application materials to:
500 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609-1296
Counseling Psychology Note: If you are applying for a fellowship in the Counseling Psychology program, the application deadline is March 7.
Rehabilitation Counseling note: If you are applying for a traineeship, graduate assistantship or scholarship in Rehabilitation Counseling, the application deadline is March 29.
Students who would like to take courses before or during the application process, if eligible, may do so as a "Non-matriculated" student with permission from the Program Director and completing the Non-matriculated Request Form shown above.