Submitting Your Deposit

Welcome to the Holy Cross family!

We are very happy that you have chosen to become a Holy Cross Saint and are ready to make your deposit. You are taking an exciting step in joining a vibrant and growing community!

Your deposit to Holy Cross consists of two components:

  • A $200 enrollment deposit is your confirmation of your intent to enroll at Holy Cross and ensures that we hold a place for you in our incoming class.
  • Your $200 housing deposit confirms that you intend to live on campus, and ensures that we reserve a room for you. Priority for housing is determined by the date of deposit and receipt of the housing contract.

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.
Please choose one of the following payment options:

Pay online using a credit or debit card

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Make sure to have your Username and Student ID number available. This information is provided to you in your accepted student packet.

Pay by check

Mail a check or money order payable to Holy Cross College in the amount of $200 ($400 if paying for both enrollment and housing) to the address below.  Please include the student’s name on the memo line.

Holy Cross College
Office of Admission
P.O. Box 308
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Pay by phone

If you prefer to pay by phone, call the college Bursar, Ms. Dorene Muszer, at 574-239-8403 during regular business hours.

Pay in person

We always welcome visitors to campus and accommodate anyone who wishes to pay their enrollment deposit in person.  Our business office is open to receive credit, check, or cash payments Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.  If you would like to schedule an appointment with the business office to discuss a tuition payment plan, please call 574-239-8400.

Don’t forget to review the Admitted Student Checklist and contact your admission counselor if you have any questions.