The College of the Holy Cross is ranked No. 37 in a new list of the country’s “Most Connected Colleges,” released by U.S. News & World Report. The ranking is a measure of schools’ effectiveness in providing high speed Internet for both academic and personal use. Factors considered include the percentage of housing units with free Wi-Fi, the highest Internet bandwidth available to undergraduates on campus, and the ability for students to perform many online tasks related to courses and enrollment through a centralized system.
Holy Cross Accounting Program Ranks No. 3 in Massachusetts
Accounting Degree Review
The College of the Holy Cross’ accounting program ranks No. 3 in Accounting Degree Review’s “Top 10 Undergraduate Accounting Programs in Massachusetts.” According to...11/10/15
‘Women in Business conference: Holy Cross alumna at Vanity Fair says degree is key to success’
Telegram & Gazette
“Earning a liberal arts degree is the smartest thing a person can do to become successful in the business world,” said Aimee Bell ’88 to the Worcester Telegram...11/05/15
Economist Magazine Places Holy Cross in Top 3 Percent of ‘Best Value’ Ranking
The College of the Holy Cross is No. 36 among 1300 public and private institutions reviewed by the Economist in its first-ever best value rankings, putting the College in the...