Campus Tours and Info Sessions

Taking a student-led campus tour is one of the best ways to discover what Holy Cross is all about. Our guides know every corner of our campus, and they’ll give you the lowdown on what it’s like to live and study here. After all, for many guides, the tour was an eye-opening part of their college search process. They’ll make sure it’s just as valuable for you. 

students and parents on an admissions tour walking down the stairs in front of the integrated science center

Student-Guided Tours

We are excited to offer in-person campus tours. During the one-hour tour of campus, our welcoming tour guides cover a lot of ground — physically and intellectually — traversing The Hill and touching on topics ranging from declaring a major to their favorite meals served at Kimball Dining Hall. But the greatest advantage to having a student guide is the chance to get the inside scoop from someone who's living the Holy Cross experience. 

Tours depart from the Office of Admission in Fenwick Hall, where visitors sign in before the tour departs. 

Campus Tours

During the one-hour tour of campus, our welcoming tour guides will give you the inside scoop on topics ranging from declaring a major to their favorite meals served in Kimball. Learn more about academics and student life from someone who’s living the Holy Cross experience.

Register for a campus tour

On-Campus Information Sessions

Information Sessions

Information Sessions are conducted by an admission counselor, who will give a 30-minute presentation, focusing on the application process and any other topics not covered during the campus tour.

Register for an information session

July Advisory Days

July Advisory Days include a general Information Session and Campus Tour, followed by an Essay Writing and Interviewing Skills Workshop. July Advisory Days will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday in July. The schedule is as follows:

1:30 p.m. — Holy Cross Information Session
2:00 p.m. — Campus Tour
3:00 p.m. — Essay Writing and Interviewing Skills Workshop

Register for July Advisory Days

Group Visit

Community-based organizations, high schools, or college access agencies who would like to participate in either an in-person or virtual group visit must request a time with our office, and we'll do our best to accommodate your group.

If you have any questions, please email Cortney Lima.


Call us at 800-442-2421 or email with questions about your visit. 

Please indicate the request for an accommodation, including the need for ASL interpretation, on your registration form with as much advance notice as possible. Requests with less than a week’s notice may be difficult to fulfill. If you have any questions, please contact Pat McKeen at