Anna Maria College
Anna Maria College is a four-year, private, co-ed, Catholic, liberal arts institution accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. Founded by the Sisters of Saint Anne in 1946, the College is located on a beautiful 180-acre campus in Paxton, MA minutes from Worcester, MA. AMC provides quality programs that integrate liberal education and professional preparation that is committed to the fundamental value of liberal arts and sciences education rooted in the traditions of the Sisters of Saint Anne.
Anna Maria College is a close-knit community with small class sizes that allow for mentor relationships to develop between faculty members and students. Freshman and sophomore classes generally have between 15 and 20 students; some upper-level classes have as few as five students.
About Anna Maria College
Anna Maria College is a four-year, private, co-ed, Catholic institution accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Founded by the Sisters of Saint Anne in 1946, the College is located in the heart of New England on a 190-acre campus in Paxton, Mass., minutes from the vibrant college town of Worcester. The college provides quality academic programs that integrate a liberal arts education with career preparation. Anna Maria College has grown to offer a variety of undergraduate majors, as well as many graduate and certificate programs, both on-ground and online. The small student-faculty ratio allows for a highly personalized learning experience, while the modest class and campus size allow for optimal student involvement. Anna Maria is a close-knit community offering 35+ undergraduate degree programs and over 22 graduate and continuing education programs.
As a Catholic institution inspired by the ideals of the Sisters of Saint Anne, Anna Maria College educates students to become individuals who will transform their world as ethical leaders and community-oriented professionals.