Holy Cross College offers a meaningful, contemporary liberal arts education rooted in the Catholic tradition. Open to all, the co-ed campus is located in Notre Dame, Indiana and was started by the Brothers of Holy Cross in 1966. The College offers 9 majors (five that have 3-year accelerated options) and 17 minors, and students can study abroad for a semester in one of four European locations with the same tuition and fees as at Holy Cross College. Small class sizes with rigorous academic studies creates a unique educational experience within a large, world-class university setting that includes tri-campus access to the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College. Serious scholars, courageous citizens, innovative leaders, and passionate disciples – these are the students and graduates of Holy Cross College.
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A small, four year, liberal arts college dedicated to the mission of the Order of the Holy Cross Brothers. The Brothers actively pursue to educate the hearts and minds of it's scholars attending both young and old. This atmosphere provides a strong foundation for a will to learn, the will of service to others, and a strong faith in God.
Vincent from South Bend, IN
The professors at Holy Cross College are extraordinarily better at guiding and motivating their students than any I have ever experienced. The best choice I have made as a young adult would be choosing to give Holy Cross College a chance. I am exceedingly grateful for the time I have spent under the tutelage of such great minds as those found at Holy Cross College.