Assumption College for Sisters awards the degree of Associate in Arts (AA) to a student who has earned a total of 66 credits. The degree of Associate in Religious Arts (ARA) requires 60 credits.
(L to R) Sister Maria Ai Thi Lien Phung, LHC-NT; Sister Domitille Ndayisenga, BM; Sister Vinsensia Wunga, FSSE; Sister Maria Elizabeth Pajoc Siney, OMO; Sister Mary Catherine Hop Nguyen Bich Pham, FMSR; Sister Anna Bich Thi Ngoc Phan, LHC-NT; Sister Ana Leticia Castro Osorio, OMO
On Saturday, May 11, Assumption College for Sisters will hold Commencement Exercises in the Christopher H. Thomas Gymnasium of Morris Catholic High School, Denville, at 3PM. Rev. Martin Glynn, pastor of St. Mary’s Church, Denville will offer the invocation. A reception in the Student Dining Room of the High School will follow.
Six graduates will receive Associates in Arts degrees and one graduate will receive the Associate in Religious Arts degree. The 2019 graduates are:
Associate in Arts Degree
Sister Maria Ai Thi Lien Phung, LHC-NT
Sister Domitille Ndayisenga, BM
Sister Anna Bich Thi Ngoc Phan, LHC-NT
Sister Mary Catherine Hop Nguyen Bich Pham, FMSR
Sister Maria Elizabeth Pajoc Siney, OMO
Sister Vinsensia Wunga, FSSE
Associate in Religious Arts Degree
Sister Ana Leticia Castro Osorio, OMO
In addition, three students will be awarded Certificates in Theological Studies. They are:
Sister Maria Fe Tansioco, FMA
Sister Rachel Lauritsen, FMA
Sister Boram Lee, FMA
A highlight of ACS’ graduation program each year is a brief talk by one of the graduates who reflects on her class’ experiences during the three years of study at the College. This year’s presentation will be given by Sister Maria Elizabeth Pajoc Siney, Oblate of Mother of Orphans and a native of Guatemala.
Assumption College for Sisters is a two-year liberal arts college for religious women, founded in 1953 by the Sisters of Christian Charity, Mendham, NJ. Each year, the college offers 20 scholarships to Sisters from developing nations. Assumption College for Sisters welcomes lay persons to pursue the Certificate in Theological Studies and earn credits in academic offerings that will support them in our common goal of service to the global church.