Governance

Governance

Members

  • Sister Joann Marie Aumand, SCC
  • Sister Esther Falzone, SCC
  • Sister Patrice Owens, SCC
  • Sister Ann Marie Paul, SCC

Board of Trustees

  • Andrew E. Anselmi, Chair
  • Angelo Sansano, Vice-Chair
  • Kenneth Betz
  • Frances Cavalero
  • Rev. Msgr. Sylvester Cronin
  • Timothy Duffy, Esq.
  • Rev. Martin Glynn
  • Kristy Goulart
  • Mary Alice Lawless
  • Sister Diane Moughan, SCC
  • Sheila O’Leary
  • Ellen Sandman
  • Louis Scarpa
  • Sister Joseph Spring, SCC, President
  • Anthony Sturla

Trustees Emeriti

  • Stephanie Bennett-Smith, Ph.D.
  • William Meisner, Ph.D.

Administration

  • Sister Joseph Spring, SCC, President
  • Sister Teresa Bruno, SC, Academic Dean
  • Patricia McGrady, Treasurer/Institutional Advancement

Institutional Advancement

  • Barbara Kelly-Vergona
  • Patricia McGrady
  • Lou Scarpa

Support Staff

  • Barbara Kelly-Vergona
  • Sister Marie Cecilia Landis, SCC
  • Leslie Monchar, Librarian
  • Sister Janice Jolin, SMIC, RN, LPC, Nurse
  • Dorothy McCabe, RN, Nurse

Technology Consultant

  • Jean Wedemeier

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.

In 1965 Assumption College for Sisters merited accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104. This status was renewed decennially until the present day.

Postulants, novices and temporary professed Sisters constituted the student body until the fall of 1968 when enrollment was augmented by neighboring religious congregations as well as by Sisters who were refugees from Saigon, Vietnam. When the number of women entering religious life declined in the 1970’s, administrators reached out to local communities who gradually began enrolling Sisters at Assumption College for Sisters. In addition, the number of Sisters from developing nations who were offered full scholarships grew until the present time.

In August 2015, Assumption College for Sisters relocated to the Morris Catholic High School Campus. The mission of the college remains the same.

These Sisters from developing nations now join the cadre of ACS alumnae who continue to touch countless minds and hearts throughout the world.

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Earning Two Associate Degrees

A student with an Associate in Arts degree can also receive the Associate in Religious Arts degree if she earns a total of 24 credits in theology. The student with an ARA must complete the specific requirements for the AA to be eligible for this second degree.

Requirements for Associate Degrees

To receive the degree of Associate in Arts (AA) a student must earn 66 credits with a minimum average of C or a 2.0 grade-point average (GPA). The degree of Associate in Religious Arts (ARA) requires 60 credits. In either case, at least half the credits must be obtained at Assumption College for Sisters.