Student Ambassadors

Many are called. Few are chosen. The Student Ambassadors of Holy Cross College are those students who eat, sleep and breathe Holy Cross. From giving campus tours and calling prospective students on the phone to assisting in shadow days, our student ambassadors can answer all your questions about Holy Cross and why we say, “HC is the place to be.”

image (37)Michael Adamo

Chicago, Illinois

Class of 2018

Major(s): Business (Pre-Med Track)

Why Holy Cross? — With the student to teacher ratio being 13:1, this is the best learning environment for me, because I am able to get help from my professors and fellow students in my classes while also building relationships with them that could last a lifetime.

 

IMG_4467Gilberto Barba

Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico

Class of 2018

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Gerontology; Spanish

Why Holy Cross? — I love the small community environment where I can be a part of something more than just another statistic in terms of student population.

 

image (30)Laura Boykins

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Class of 2017

Major(s): Liberal Studies/Pre-Law Track

Minor(s): Global Perspectives; Philosophy

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross has its own way of pushing me to become the best student I can be while always remaining myself.

 

image (31)Beau Casazza

Groveland, California

Class of 2016

Major(s): History

Minor(s): Political Studies

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because of its small class sizes and close knit sense of community.

 

 

image (13)Jon Clark

Kenosha, Wisconsin

Class of 2017

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Communications; Leadership and Management

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross’s small environment lends itself well to someone like me and it allows me to thrive both in and out of the classroom.

 

image (18)Sierra Covington

Ogden, Utah

Class of 2017

Major(s): Elementary Education

Minor(s): Psychology

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross College is the where I was able to find myself and open my mind to a lot of new things. It is my home 1,471 miles away from home.

 

image (16)Stephanie DiNella

Lake Bluff, Illinois

Class of 2018

Major(s): Communications

Minor(s): Marketing; Sports Management

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because it is not too far from home and the small classroom size really appealed to me.

 

 

image (36)Greg Fean

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Class of 2018

Major(s): Business (Pre-Med Track)

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because the school’s liberal arts tradition will teach me the skills outside the classroom necessary to make a difference in the world.

 

 

image (11)Mike Franz

Baltimore, Maryland

Class of 2016

Major(s): Communications

Minor(s): Sports Management; Marketing

Why Holy Cross? — Great 1-on-1 attention from your professors in the classroom, excellent and thriving student life…. not to mention we have the best mascot in the world!

 

image (17)Joana Frayre-Irungaray

Chicago, Illinois

Class of 2019

Major(s): Psychology

Minor(s): Education

Why Holy Cross? — I decided to attend Holy Cross College because it was the only college that made me feel at home and part of the Hocro family!

 

image (22)Nick Jewell

Granger, Indiana

Class of 2016

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Communications; Marketing

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because I wanted a smaller learning environment that I could grow intellectually and spiritually in.

 

image (12)Brendan Kearney

Glen Ellyn, Illinois

Class of 2017

Major(s): Communications

Minor(s): Sports Management

Why Holy Cross? — The tri-campus community is a great way to experience college.

 

 

image (23)Katilyn Luczak

Zionsville, Indiana

Class of 2019

Major(s): Elementary Education

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because of the small class sizes and the overall campus atmosphere.

 

 

 

image (24)Margaret Mascharka

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Class of 2018

Major(s): Early Education

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because I loved the close-knit family feel the minute I walked on campus. Having the tri-campus environment is also very intriguing because of all the possibilities you have available to you.

 

 

image (14)Ryan McKalip

Frankfort, Illinois

Class of 2017

Major(s): Communications; Business

Minor(s): Marketing; Leadership and Management

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross College offers you an opportunity for growth both in and out of the classroom.

 

 

image (32)Shelby Nelson

Mishawaka, Indiana

Class of 2016

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Leadership & Management; Sports Management

Why Holy Cross? — Originally I chose Holy Cross to play basketball, but now that I have an understanding of a liberal arts education, I really like that aspect of it.

 

image (26)Patrick O’Connor

Gaylord, Michigan

Class of 2017

Major(s): Communications

Minor(s): Theology

Why Holy Cross? — Why NOT Holy Cross?!

 

 

image (7)Patrick Phelan

San Diego, California

Class of 2016

Major(s): Theology; Communications

Minor(s): Philosophy

Why Holy Cross? — There is a family-like atmosphere when you step on campus and the engaging classroom experience is unique to Holy Cross.

 

image (33)Sam Scheer

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Class of 2017

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Communications; Marketing

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross is a well developed tight knit community where each student has an opportunity to grow and develop.

 

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Adam Vizard

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Class of 2016

Major(s): Business

Minor(s): Sports Management; Marketing

Why Holy Cross? — You have the ability to develop close-knit relationships with friends and professors, as well as learn diverse subject matters and practical skills to succeed in future endeavors.

 

image (9)Emily Wack

Noblesville, Indiana

Class of 2017

Major(s): English

Minor(s): Communications

Why Holy Cross? — Holy Cross has helped me discover my passion, given me hope, and provided me with a home away from home.

 

Avonni Ward (No Picture Available)

South Bend, Indiana

Class of 2018

Major(s): Psychology

Minor(s): Pre-Med/Pre-Professional Science

Why Holy Cross? — I chose Holy Cross because, here, no one goes unnoticed.