College of the Holy Cross • 1 College Street, Worcester, MA 01610 • 508-793-2011
- About Holy Cross
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- Admission & Aid
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- Campus Life
We call our campus The Hill. Built into the side of Mount...
- Faith & Service
Life at Holy Cross means readily participating in a dialogue...
- Arts & Culture
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- The Holy Cross Approach
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- About Holy Cross
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.
- Suburban, Total: 174 acres (700,000 m²)
- 3,138 (2021)
- Vincent Rougeau
Holy Cross è stato uno dei college più rappresentativi nella pallacanestro, conta 12 apparizioni nella post-season, ha raggiunto le Final Four in due occasioni e nel 1947 ha conquistato il titolo nazionale sconfiggendo in finale gli Oklahoma Sooners, l'edizione successiva ha visto i Crusaders perdere in semifinale contro Kentucky.
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- Stati Uniti
8 apr 2021 · College of the Holy Cross' ranking in the 2022-2023 edition of Best Colleges is National Liberal Arts Colleges, #33. Its tuition and fees are $58,360. Worcester, Mass., is the second largest city...
- 1 College Street, Worcester, 01610, MA
- 05087 932 011
16 dic 2022 · Holy Cross at a Glance. The College of the Holy Cross was founded in 1843 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Worcester, Massachusetts. Holy Cross is a highly selective, four-year, undergraduate, liberal arts institution and is ranked among the nation's leading four year liberal arts colleges.
The College of the Holy Cross is a leading liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Established in 1843 by a group of Jesuits, it is a Roman Catholic institution which remains the sole Jesuit college in the country to exclusively run liberal arts courses for undergraduates.