Admitted Students

Welcome to Holy Cross College!

Congratulations on your admission to Holy Cross! Your academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, and diverse experiences make you a great fit for the college. We know you have a lot to consider, but the information below will help you take the steps you need to join the Holy Cross family. We are excited that you will be joining us and are confident that you will make a significant contribution to our campus community. We can’t wait for you to become a Saint!Holy Cross College Admitted Students

In order to make your transition to being a Saint as smooth as possible, we need to make sure you submit all of the necessary information before coming to campus in the fall. The information in the Admitted Student Checklist will help familiarize you with the steps you must take to successfully enroll for fall classes and prepare for your arrival to campus.


  1. Review your letter of admission and explore your student portal

    It includes important information about your semester of admission, scholarships, and start dates. Log in to the student portal with the ID and username included in your acceptance packet.

  2. Plan a campus visit

    Now that you’ve been admitted, join us for a Preview Day or Shadow Day, or schedule an individual visit.to learn about life as a Saint.

  3. Explore your housing options

    Live in a community of friends. Students living on campus have the unique opportunity to meet and live with individuals they otherwise would not have had the opportunity to know, and often build friendship that remain strong long after they leave Holy Cross. Plus, research indicates that students who live on campus are more satisfied with their college experience, earn higher grade point averages, and are more likely to graduate.

  4. Submit your $400 enrollment and housing deposit

    Enrollment and Housing deposits are refundable until May 1st and are required of all new students. The $200 enrollment deposit will be applied directly to your student account and the $200 housing deposit will be applied directly to your student housing account.

  5. Learn about financing your education

    From merit scholarships and need-based aid to understanding your payment options, learn how you can finance your education. To qualify for financial aid, you must complete the FAFSA and include the Holy Cross College FAFSA code 007263.

  6. Attend SOAR

    More information coming soon!

Please read the Admitted Student’s Checklist carefully. Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Admission at 574-239-8400 or admissions@hcc-nd.edu.