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  3. College of the Holy Cross - Wikipedia

    The College of the Holy Cross is a private Jesuit liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. It was founded by educators Benedict Joseph Fenwick and Thomas F. Mulledy in 1843 under the auspices of the Society of Jesus .

  4. College of the Holy Cross - Profile, Rankings and Data | US ...

    College of the Holy Cross' ranking in the 2024 edition of Best Colleges is National Liberal Arts Colleges, #27. Its tuition and fees are $60,850. Worcester, Mass., is the second largest city in...

  5. Faculty & Staff | College of the Holy Cross

    About Holy Cross. Holy Cross at a Glance; Jesuit, Catholic Tradition; History; Mission Statement; Leadership; Points of Pride; Accreditation; Offices and Departments; Webcams; Contact; Academics. Academic Programs; The Holy Cross Approach; Courses (College Catalog) Faculty; Academic Offices and Departments; Research & Scholarship; Support and ...

  6. Admission & Aid | College of the Holy Cross

    Admission & Aid. The admission process can be an intimidating first step to your college career — and we’re here to help you navigate the process. Learn more about visiting Holy Cross, how to apply to the College, and where to find answers to frequently asked questions.

  7. Academic Programs | College of the Holy Cross

    Academic Programs. Each Holy Cross student’s curriculum consists of common requirements (which can be fulfilled by selecting from a wide range of courses), a major, and freely elected courses. In designing their course of study, many students opt to combine majors and/or add a minor or a concentration. Academic Programs.

  8. College of the Holy Cross

    Meet and interact with students from 47 states and 22 countries. Located in Worcester, the second-largest city in New England. A true college town with a student population of 35K across 8 colleges and universities. Centered around the liberal arts, our curriculum is built for discovery.