College is an important investment for you and for your future. At Holy Cross, we award need-based financial aid, which includes scholarships and grants, federal student loans, and federal work-study programs. We’re happy to counsel you and your family on maximizing the payment plan, minimizing alternative loans, and taking advantage of need-based aid.
|Fees||Fall '16||Spring '17||Total|
|Property Damage Deposit||50||50||100|
|Health Service Fee||165||165||330|
(with Room and Board)
(without Room and Board)
|Room Options||Fall '16||Spring '17||Total|
|Standard Room w/Bath||3,960||3,960||7,920|
|Single Room w/o Bath||4,140||4,140||8,280|
|Single Room w/ Bath||4,313||4,312||8,625|
|Meal Plan Options||Fall '16||Spring '17||Total|
|Resident Meal Plan||3,045||3,045||6,090|
|Apartment Meal Plan *||1,250||1,250||2,500|
* Available only to those housed in apartments or off-campus students.
|Other Fees||Full Year||First Semester||Second Semester|
Updated: March 7, 2016
Applying for financial aid does not influence your admissions decision. Holy Cross meets 100 percent of demonstrated need. In order to create a truly diversified community, we are committed to bridging the gap between the cost of a Holy Cross education and what you can afford to pay. More than half of Holy Cross students receive some form of need-based financial assistance.