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College of the Holy Cross

Worcester, MA, USA
3.91 Average Rating

The College of the Holy Cross is a liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded by a group of Jesuits, the school remains affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church while maintaining liberal views on abortion and homosexuality. The College of Holy Cross has been named a “Best Northeastern” college by The Princeton Review and #41 in Liberal Arts Universities by Forbes. Economics and psychology are the most common majors followed by accounting and anthropology.


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  • Not for Profit
  • Roman Catholic
  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
Campus Setting City
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What Students Are Saying

3.91 Average Rating
Located in Worcester, Massachusetts, Holy Cross is a welcoming community based of Jesuit values. The students are engaged in their classes as well as the outside community and are always working to become more well-rounded and worldly people. Although small, the college is a setting that fosters growth in every aspect of a student's life.
Hunter from Oro Valley, AZ
Holy Cross is a great college that focuses primarily on the success of its students in academics, the community, and their spirituality. This exclusively undergraduate college allows for opportunities in research that only graduate students receive at other universities. Overall, if a student is willing to work hard, they will have a rewarding experience at Holy Cross.
Stephanie from Plantsville, CT

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