With a 98.1 percent first-year student retention rate, the College ranked seventh in Moneywatch’s list of private U.S. colleges and universities with the highest percentage of freshmen who return as sophomores.
Other institutions in the top 10 include: (1) Princeton University – 99.2 percent; (2) Harvey Mudd College – 99 percent (3) Yale University – 99 percent; (4) University of Pennsylvania – 98.3 percent; (5) University of Chicago – 98.1 percent; (6) Harvard University – 98.1 percent; (8) Stanford University – 98.1 percent; (9) Carleton College – 98.15 percent; and (10) University of Notre Dame – 98 percent.
Alumnus Bill Simmons Gives ‘Today’ Show a Sneak Peek into his New HBO Talk Show
NBC’s “Today” show
In a recent interview with NBC’s “Today” show, Bill Simmons ’92 revealed that his new talk show, “Any Given Wednesday,” will touch on pop culture, tech,...06/17/16
Alumnus Awarded for Work in Boosting Diversity at MassMutual
The Bay State Banner
Dominic Blue ’98 recently received the Founders’ Award, an award given by The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice. The award, which commemorates...06/17/16
Holy Cross Graduate Drafted to the Boston Red Sox For the Second Year in a Row
MLB.com, ESPN, CBS Boston, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Telegram & Gazette
Dominic Lovullo, a history and political science major who graduated from Holy Cross this past May, was selected to play with the Boston Red Sox. Media outlets including...