We want to assure you that there is no direct threat to our campus in Worcester. All on-campus programs and events are proceeding as scheduled throughout the weekend.
The College is continuing to monitor unfolding events, and will update this message as news and information warrants.
While our campus remains open, we are also aware that the events are having an impact on everyone here at Holy Cross. If you desire to be with others in prayer, see the liturgy schedule; resources are also available through the Chaplains at Campion House, RAs in the residence halls, the Counseling Center, and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
May God’s peace and blessings be with us all.
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