Want the inside scoop on Holy Cross from those who know the College best? We invite you to talk directly to current students, professors, deans and administrators to learn about learning and living at Holy Cross.
Virtual Admission Office
Our virtual admission office doors are open! Starting March 24 from noon to 2 p.m. ET each weekday, except April 10th (Good Friday), admissions counselors will be available to chat virtually and answer any of your questions. Learn more »
Accepted students and their parents are invited to chat live online with admissions staff. This is an excellent opportunity for you to ask questions you may have about Holy Cross, or simply view the responses to questions posed by other accepted students. It’s easy, informative, and fun!
|Date of Chat||Times||Theme||Access|
|Wednesday, April 1||7-10 p.m. ET||Welcome Class of 2024||Access the chat »|
|Tuesday, April 7||7-8:30 p.m. ET||Outcomes||Access the chat »|
|Wednesday, April 15||11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. ET||Student Life||Access the chat »|
|Tuesday, April 21||9:30-11 a.m. ET||Spiritual Life/Mission||Access the chat »|
|Monday, April 27||3-4:30 p.m. ET||Experiential Learning||Access the chat »|
Some of our most popular online features are our first-year student, study abroad, and admissions blogs. Though most of the content is from the fall semester, due to changes on our campus in response to the coronavirus, these e-diaries give you first-hand accounts of Holy Cross students’ real-life experiences!
Class of 2024 Facebook Group
Meet your future classmates by joining the Class of 2024 Facebook group and tweeting #HolyCross2024 @HCAdmission! See photos, videos, and posts from current students on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Questions? We're Here for You!
We know that choosing a college can be a difficult decision — and current circumstances make it even more challenging. Lack of face-to-face communication doesn’t mean you need to go it alone. Don't hesitate to reach out to your assigned territory admissions counselor; your counselor is identified in your acceptance letter. Learn more »