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Spring Semester '10 Orientation

Spring Semester '10 Orientation

Welcome to the 2010 spring semester at Holy Cross College!

Please note that classes will begin on Tuesday, January 12. If you have not already done so, you may complete your course registration any time prior to the beginning of classes. The earlier you register, the more likely you will get the courses you desire, so be sure you complete your registration prior to January 12. Contact your academic advisor with any questions.

The materials contained in your orientation packet outline the events taking place on Monday, January 11 during new student registration/enrollment day. You can also find this information posted on the left of this page. Please read the information and return any forms that are to be completed and submitted to the appropriate office(s) at Holy Cross College.

Important Dates:
New Student Orientation/Registration: January 11, 2010
Deadline for scheduling: January 12, 2010
Classes begin: January 12, 2010
Student Accounts (Tuition and Room and Board) due: January 15, 2010

Course Catalog:
The Holy Cross academic catalog provides everything students need to know about the core curriculum, degree programs, course offerings, policies and procedures, available student services, and much more. Catalog may be viewed at: www.hcc-nd.edu/academics/1/Academic-Catalog

Holy Cross is committed to the safety of its students, staff, faculty, and visitors. Therefore campus is patrolled 24 hours a day during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Emergency phones are available throughout campus buildings and in the commuter student parking lot. In the event of an on-campus emergency dial 911. For all on-campus non-emergencies, dial 239-8312 or 274-2646.

Holy Cross Security provides security, but nothing we do will replace your actions in maintaining safety on campus. Take time to learn about crime prevention and safety--for yourself and your fellow community members. Information and awareness are your best weapons against crime and accidents.