In an article for BostInno, Monica McGurk, CEO of The Alumni Factor, wrote that the College of the Holy Cross provides the best overall value in the state of Massachusetts.
Throughout the last three years, McGurk’s organization, The Alumni Factor, polled tens of thousands of college alumni across the nation in order see how students’ college experiences impacted their lives after graduation. Holy Cross, which was ranked fifth in the nation, second among liberal arts colleges and first among schools in Massachusetts, scored particularly well in areas of spiritual development, friendship development, preparation for career success and intellectual development.
This ‘Holy Cross in the News’ item by David Cotrone ’13.
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