Diversity Programming

The Perspectives Series is a hybrid program that delves into aspects of identity and diversity while giving prospective students identifying as students of color, first-generation, and/or LGBTQIA+ a dedicated space to make connections, build community, and ask questions through both on-campus and virtual opportunities.

We kicked off our program with our in-person event on Nov. 6 where we welcomed students to experience the campus. We are thrilled to continue engaging students who did not have an opportunity to visit campus through our virtual programming on select dates in December. Please register for our upcoming webinars below! 

Perspectives Series 2021
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The Mystery of Montserrat

Montserrat is an innovative first-year program that provides students with a dynamic introduction to the liberal arts. Come learn more about the different thematic clusters and topics that Holy Cross students engage with, along with details about first-year housing and the link between clusters and residence halls. Airs Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. EST.

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What’s happening on The Hill?

Holy Cross strives to be an inclusive campus where students can connect and build a community that supports all aspects of their identities, passions, and interests. Come learn more about what students of diverse backgrounds do for fun on campus and where they find support from current students representing a number of our student-run campus activities and organizations. Airs Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. 

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Where Are They Now? The Alumni Experience

Holy Cross is proud to have a strong alumni base that is pushing boundaries across the nation and globe. Come learn and ask questions about the experiences of alumni of color during and after Holy Cross featuring members of the Bishop Healy Committee during this live webinar. Airs Sunday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. EST.

In addition, we encourage you to check out our recorded Virtual Open House Webinar Series to learn more about what is happening on and off campus. Students cover what they do for fun, transitioning to life on campus, internships/study abroad, and exploring Worcester! 

If you have additional questions, please email Associate Director of Admissions Cortney Lima, Assistant Director Rachel Chenette, or call the Admission Office at 508-793-2443.