Full Day Visits (Fall 2014)
Day Visits are for high school seniors who want to experience an activity-filled day at the College with a student host who shares similar interests. Attending classes, meeting with professors, eating lunch with students in a campus dining hall, and seeing other parts of campus are all possibilities.
- Day Visits are offered only to students who are currently in their senior year.
- Please register at least one week in advance of your desired date to allow your request to be processed.
- Fall Day Visits begin September 15 and will continue through October 9
- Due to fall break, no visits will be held from October 10 -20
- Day Visits will resume October 21 and will continue through November 21
Saturday Visits (Fall 2014)
On select Saturdays, Holy Cross offers student-guided tours of the campus, a general information session led by an admissions staff member, and opportunities for current seniors to interview. The options are designed to address many aspects of student life for prospective students and their families. Questions are encouraged, and student volunteers are eager to share their personal experiences.
Pre-registration is not required for campus tours or the information session; however, please call 800-442-2421 to schedule an interview.
2014 Saturday Visit dates are:
Event times for select Saturdays:
*Campus Tours: 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & noon
*Information Session: 10:15 a.m.
*Interviews: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., & 11 a.m. (by request only)
Saturday, November 15 – Monday, November 17, 2014
Perspectives is an overnight program for high school seniors who are interested in learning about diversity and multiculturalism at Holy Cross. Students will be introduced to the multiplicity of people, faiths, viewpoints and ideas that exist at Holy Cross and have the opportunity to discuss their views during classes and panel discussions alongside current students and faculty. They will also have a chance to tour our campus, spend the night in one of our residence halls and eat in Kimball Dining Hall. Ultimately, we hope students will gain a deeper understanding of the College’s diverse.