College of the Holy Cross is a private Jesuit liberal arts college located in Worcester, Massachusetts. It was established in 1843, and is the oldest Catholic college in the US. College of the Holy Cross also has a graduation rate of as high as 92%.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- About 60 academic programs are running in the university out of which the popular majors are – Linguistics, Social Sciences, Foreign Languages, Mathematics and Statistics, etc.
- On campus, College of the Holy Cross offers residential facility. It includes five residential halls for freshman that can accommodate around 1,378 freshman students.
College of the Holy Cross Admission Process
|Requirements||Transcripts; SOP; LOR|
|Test Scores||UG: ACT/SAT Graduate: GRE|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS|
|Application fee||UG: 60 USD|
|Additional Requirements||Essay and Resume; Personal and Financial Statement|
|Intake Season||Spring – December 15|
How to Apply - To apply for admission to College of the Holy Cross, for:
- UG: Apply through Common/Coalition Application.
- Graduate: Apply through respective department’s website.
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fee||52,100 USD|
|Room and Board||14,520 USD|
|Meal Plan||6,570 USD|
|Miscellaneous Fee||670 USD|
The students at College of the Holy Cross are offered financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants. And also a requirement of fulfilment of eligibility to receive aid on the basis of FAFSA submission, on or before deadline.