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Family Weekend Registration

October 26-28, 2018

Registration for Family Weekend 2018 is now open! Register online below.

We encourage all families planning to attend to register so they have the most up-to-date information about events as well as receive a Holy Cross giveaway. Registration will close Monday, October 22 at 9 a.m.

Registration for the Crusaders Against Cancer 5K can be found here.

Family Weekend Athletics Ticketing Packages can be purchased online here. The package includes tickets to the football game and football parking, and both women’s hockey games (students have free admission with their Holy Cross student ID). See the Family Weekend Schedule for a complete listing of athletic events. 

When you arrive on campus, please check in at the Hogan Campus Center, Room 304. Check in is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday and 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday. You will receive a schedule, a map of campus, and information on things to do during your visit in Worcester.   Please note: dogs are not permitted on campus.

We look forward to seeing you at Family Weekend!

Family Weekend 2018 - Online Registration
Student 1 name: Last: First:
Student 1 year:
   
Student 2 name: Last: First:
Student 2 year:
   
Student 3 name: Last: First:
Student 3 year:
   
Parent 1 name: Last: First:
Parent 2 name: Last: First:
   
Other attendee name(s):
   
Preferred phone number:
   
City:
   
State:
   
Contact email address (for family weekend updates):
   
Total number of persons attending Family Weekend (not including Holy Cross student(s)):
   
Have you or any member of your family previously attended the event?
   

Do you plan to participate in the Crusaders Against Cancer 5K (Sat., Oct. 27; gather at 7 a.m.; race 8-9 a.m.)

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When do you plan to arrive?
   
When do you plan to depart?
   
If you are staying at a local hotel, please share which hotel (optional).
   
Do any family member(s) attending need special accommodations?
   
If yes, please explain: