Facility Rental


About Our Facilities
Anna Maria College sits on a beautiful 192-acre campus in Paxton, Massachusetts, which is at the center of New England just minutes from Worcester, MA, and about an hour's drive from Boston, MA, Providence, RI, Hartford, CT, the hills of New Hampshire or the shores of Cape Cod. With a large 350-seat auditorium, state of the art fitness facilities, full dining and residence services, AMC is the perfect place for a retreat, conference or event.
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Brief History

Anna Maria College was established by the Sisters of Saint Anne in 1946 as a premiere Catholic institution of higher education for women. Classes were held in the St. Anne Academy High School in Marlborough, MA, until the College outgrew its space and moved to a 192-acre farm in Paxton, MA that the Sisters purchased in 1951. After the move to Paxton, Anna Maria consisted of three buildings: the current Socquet House, which served as the convent; St. Josephs Hall, AMC's Science Building, provided classroom space and a cafeteria; and the barn, now Trinity Hall, provided storage and was later converted to classrooms and dorm rooms.

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Today, AMC is a four-year, private, co-ed, Catholic, liberal arts institution that serves over 1600 students, with over 550 living on campus in five residence halls. The College provides quality programs that integrate liberal education and professional preparation committed to the fundamental value of liberal arts and sciences education rooted in the traditions of the Sisters of Saint Anne.
Anna Maria College offers 35 undergraduate degree programs and over 22 graduate and continuing education programs. AMC distinguishes itself through its career-oriented liberal arts education, prominent and responsive faculty, small class sizes, and a variety of co-curricular activities including 17 NCAA Division III sports teams for both men and women.
Committed to a core curriculum that fosters critical and integrated thinking, AMC offers academic excellence with respected faculty and class sizes that range from 4-30 students, with a typical size of 10-15 students, enabling faculty and students to get to know each other personally. Popular majors include art, business, criminal justice, education, English, environmental science, fire science, health science, legal studies, music, nursing, political science, social work, and psychology. AMC also offers an Honors Program with unique study abroad opportunities, as well as special majors, such as art therapy, music therapy and sport management. AMC is also a member of the Colleges of Worcester Consortium, a group of 12 colleges that allows students to cross register at no additional cost.
Available Facilities

Meeting Facilities

AMC offers a variety of meeting facilities from small intimate conference rooms with a board-like setting to a 350-seat auditorium
perfect for large conferences or groups. Classrooms with the latest technology are also available for breakout sessions.

Overnight Accommodations

Overnight accommodations in one of our five residence halls are available at AMC May through August for groups
that want to get away for an extended retreat. Single and double occupancy rooms with bathroom facilities on each floor
are available. A linen package is also available.

Dining Options

Meals served in the Bishop Flanagan Dining Hall can range from a buffet style to a full sit-down dinner.
Picnics and BBQs can be arranged in one of the many outdoor spaces on campus.

Leisure/Recreation

While you're at AMC, you can enjoy the nature trails that surround the campus, the state-of-the-art fitness facilities in
Fuller Activities Center or the quite lake behind the original Colonial farm house that was on site when the Sisters of Saint Anne purchased the property.You can also take a short drive into Worcester to enjoy the sites, sounds and tastes of New England, drive North to ski at Wachusett Mountain, or take the train into Boston to enjoy the history and culture that the area has to offer.
The options are limitless!

Facility Rates/Pricing
 
Dining Rates
Please contact Renee Markiewicz at (508) 849-3291 or rmarkiewicz@annamaria.edu for pricing.

(Cafeteria Style dining. Plated options are available upon request.)
 
Facility & Accommodation Rates

Please contact Renee Markiewicz at (508) 849-3291 or rmarkiewicz@annamaria.edu for pricing.

                                                                            


More information
For more information, contact Renee Markiewicz at rmarkiewicz@annamaria.edu or (508) 849-3291.