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Contact Page - Liberal Arts College in Worcester MA

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Located in Worcester MA, just 40 miles west of Boston, the College of the Holy Cross is an exclusively undergraduate Catholic liberal arts college offering Bachelor of Arts degree programs in fields that include Classics, Economics, Education, History, and more. Top-ranked nationally by all widely regarded sources, Holy Cross holds itself to its own high standards of teaching, learning, and research. The College devotes itself exclusively to undergraduate education and promotes close ties between students and faculty. Holy Cross is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

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- Education
- English
- Environmental Studies
- History
- Honors Program
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Modern Languages and Literatures
- Music
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Theatre, and more ...

Further Studies:
- Honors Program
- Academic Internship Program
- Prelaw Program
- Premedical and Predental Program
- Study Abroad Program
- Graduate Studies

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