|President||Sister Mary Joseph Schult|
|Year of establishment||1953|
|Address||200 A Morris Avenue|
|City||Mendham, New Jersey|
Assumption College for Sisters
The college “exists primarily to educate women called to a life of consecration to God and of service in the Roman Catholic Church.” (Mission statement) Our mission is the very reason we exist. It is who we are. Assumption College for Sisters prides itself on remaining the embodiment of the heritage received from Blessed Pauline von Mallinckrodt, foundress of the Sisters of Christian Charity. It witnesses to her conviction that the Sisters should be well prepared, both spiritually and professionally to spread the Kingdom of God through sound education, from which, in her words, “flows the temporal and eternal welfare of the individual and of society.” Assumption College for Sisters, convinced of the need and relevance of its mission and relying on the providence of God for light and strength, is determined to respond thoughtfully and vigorously to the needs of the times by preparing women religious for a lifetime of consecrated service to God’s people, particularly through education and healthcare.
The Assumption College for Sisters is a Private university located in Mendham.
The Assumption College for Sisters was founded in 1953.
The current president of Assumption College for Sisters is Sister Mary Joseph Schult.
According to verified online sources, the Assumption College for Sisters enrolls a total of 72 students.
According to the main website, the Assumption College for Sisters has a total student population of 36 undergraduate students and 36 graduate students.