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Holy Cross College summer protocols

After reviewing and considering CDC guidelines, we are putting forth the following protocols for June and July.

  • No masks or physical distancing is required for fully vaccinated faculty and staff; masks indoors are required for faculty and staff who are not fully vaccinated.
  • No masks are required outside.
  • Visitors to campus will be asked to wear masks indoors.

We are still discussing protocols for our limited camps and will communicate with those involved directly. We hope to make decisions on these very soon.

Since reducing campus density is no longer necessary, we are asking that staff who are working remotely return to the office starting July 1 if not sooner. However, if remote work is reasonable for your work and acceptable with your supervisor, reasonable accommodations could be made to create a hybrid schedule as has already been done in certain offices on campus.

 

Resources and information

The tabs below provide updates and useful information related to COVID-19.

Thankfully, the COVID transmission numbers have significantly decreased in our county and region. After reviewing and considering CDC guidelines, we are putting forth the following protocols for June and July.

  • No masks or physical distancing is required for fully vaccinated faculty and staff; masks indoors are required for faculty and staff who are not fully vaccinated.
  • No masks are required outside.
  • Visitors to campus will be asked to wear masks indoors.

We are still discussing protocols for our limited camps and will communicate with those involved directly. We hope to make decisions on these very soon.

Since reducing campus density is no longer necessary, we are asking that staff who are working remotely return to the office starting July 1 if not sooner. However, if remote work is reasonable for your work and acceptable with your supervisor, reasonable accommodations could be made to create a hybrid schedule as has already been done in certain offices on campus.

Ave Crux Spes Unica,

Justin Watson            Monica Markovich

Provost                         Vice President for Finance

Student emergency financial aid grants

The CARES Act (Section 18004(a)(1)) provides emergency financial aid grants to students whose lives have been disrupted due to coronavirus and are now facing financial challenges.

On April 16th, 2020 Holy Cross College signed and returned the Certification and Agreement to the Department of Education, and commits to using no less than 50% of the funds received through the CARES Act to provide these emergency financial aid grants to eligible Holy Cross College students.

On April 25th, 2020, Holy Cross College received $234,796 from the Department of Education in emergency financial aid grants.

 

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for these funds, students must be eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
For the Spring 2020 semester, 274 Holy Cross College students were deemed eligible for Emergency CARES funds based on information provided in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

 

Distribution

In directing assistance to those eligible for federal funds, the CARES Act identifies the criteria as “expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus (including eligible expenses under a student’s cost of attendance, such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child care).”

Holy Cross College developed the following fourfold process and formula to distribute the funds:

  1. On May 5th, all eligible students were notified of their eligibility for a $300 grant. They were also given the chance to decline the award and ask that it be redistributed to students in greater need. A total of 268 students accepted these grants totaling $80,400.
  2. Students were also invited to apply for additional funds by sharing (confidentially) how they have been impacted by the disruption of campus operations due to the pandemic. Requests were capped at $6,000 to ensure that funds could be distributed to as many students as possible. These requests total $67,720.
  3. The College also wanted to ensure that funds went to students who were known to be in economically fragile situations. The College directed a portion of funds to students identified as most at risk by using a combination of formulas that took into account both the student’s EFC (expected family contribution) as well as the gap between the EFC and the cost to attend Holy Cross College. Students were granted either the greater of their additional funding request or the formula amount for students in economically fragile situations. For example, if a student requested an additional $300, but the formula indicated they should receive $500 additional, the student received $500. If the student requested $800 additional and gave good reason, and the formula indicated they should receive $500, the student received $800. In addition, based on informal and formal conversations and emails with the Dean of Students regarding challenges due to the disruption of campus operations before the formal request process was developed, some students were awarded additional aid. These disbursements total $74,580.
  4. Since the regulations ask colleges to consider “each student’s particular socioeconomic circumstances in the staging and administration of these grants,” we will reserve the remaining funds to apply case by case to those students who have entered into a different social-economic situation because of the disruption created by the pandemic.

As of May 22, 2020, the College has disbursed $222,700 to 268 eligible students.

As of July 6th, 2020, the College has disbursed $225,700 to 268 eligible students.

As of August 6th, 2020, the College has disbursed $226,700 to 268 eligible students.

As of September 30, 2020, the College has disbursed $228,700 to 268 eligible students.

As of December 31, 2020, the College has disbursed $231,185 to 269 eligible students.

As of March 31, 2021, the College has disbursed $234,796 to 269 eligible students.

 

Institutional portion & FIPSE

9/30/20 Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion, 18004(a)(2), and 18004(a)(3)

12/31/20 Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion, 18004(a)(2), and 18004(a)(3)

3/31/21 Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion, 18004(a)(2), and 18004(a)(3)

HCC CARES Fund

In addition to the disbursal of federal funds, we have established a fund through generous donations to assist those students who are ineligible to receive federal assistance. On May 5, these students were sent a letter inviting them to share financial hardships due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Based on these responses, we have awarded $18,780 to 27 Holy Cross College students.

Under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), Holy Cross College (the “College”) automatically received an additional $234,796 in Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants.  This additional funding was made available to the College on January 19th, 2021.

The CRRSAA requires that the College publicly report the following information:

  1. An acknowledgement that the institution signed and returned to the Department (of Education) the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA (a)(1) programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

 

Since the College received CARES Act funds, it was not required to apply again for CRRSAA funds.  The College has set aside the required $234,796 of its total CRRSAA distribution for Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants.

 

  1. The total amount of funds that the institution will receive or has received from the Department (of Education) pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

The College received a total CRRSAA distribution of $682,060, of which $234,796 has been set aside for Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants.

  1. The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

 

As of March 31st, 2021, the College has disbursed $203,900 to 196 students under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

 

  1. The estimated total number of students at the institution that are eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

At the time of the initial distributions of CRRSAA, the College identified 236 students that were eligible to receive Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants based on successful filing of the Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA).

  1. The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant under CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

 

As of March 31st, 2021, the College has disbursed $203,900 to 196 students under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

 

  1. The method(s) used by the institution to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive under the CRRSAA (a)(1) program.

 

The CRRSAA emphasized that Student Financial Aid Grants be allocated to students demonstrating exceptional need.  Similar to the process used by the College for distributing Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants under the CARES Act, the College used a multi-faceted formula to allocate its CRRSAA Emergency Financial Aid Grants to eligible students.

 

All recipients of Pell Grants received the highest base award.  Those Pell Recipients who also showed the highest remaining need were given an additional allocation.  Students who did not receive Pell Grants, but whose expected family contribution was less than $10,000 also received an initial allocation.

 

A portion of the total allocation was held back from the initial awards to allow all students who may or may have not received any initial allocation to apply directly to the Dean and Vice President of Student Life for assistance.

 

  1. Any instructions, directions, or guidance provided by the institution to students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants.

All students receiving an initial allocation based on the College’s formula were sent an email which notified them of their award and invited them to accept the award through an online form.  Through the form, students were able to accept the award, decline the award and/or request additional funds.  They were also given the opportunity to have their award applied towards their student account balance (if applicable), or receive their award in the form of a check.

An email was also sent out to all eligible students who did not receive initial allocations based on the College’s formula, inviting them to apply for the Student Emergency Financial Aid Grants directly via email through the Dean and Vice President of Student Life.

A final email notice was sent to all students receiving an award, informing them of their final award amount, and that it would be processed as requested through the initial online form.

Dear Holy Cross Students,

Though we are in the busiest stretch of the semester, I hope we all can take a moment during this Easter season for gratitude.  We have worked together to make an academic year that has emphasized health, safety, and having in person classes .  I am proud of all you Saints!

I write to you with two important updates:

  1. The all-College vaccination opportunity is tomorrow, April 16 at the Saint Mary’s Angela Athletic & Wellness Complex. I want to strongly, and personally, encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity tomorrow, or at any other vaccine location before the end of the semester.
  2. In collaboration with our tri-campus neighbors, the College will require all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  The College will accommodate documented medical or religious exemptions, but the this vaccine will be added to the other important immunizations that are required for students.

As always, Dean Andrew Polaniecki will be in touch with you about details and logistics, but please know that achieving herd immunity on campus will mean so much for the normalcy, vitality, and even joy of our shared common life.

Please know that my prayers are with you as we approach final examinations, with all the best to our esteemed seniors, and the hope of a fresh start on the horizon.

Ave Crux, Spes Unica!

Fr. David Tyson, CSC

 


Dear Holy Cross College community,

Congratulations on keeping our campus healthy and safe this fall semester! Your participation in daily health checks, along with being mindful of physical distancing, wearing masks, and practicing good hygiene has kept us continuing to move forward this semester.

Your focus on adhering to campus protocols and your diligence in doing what is needed to keep our community safe has been paying off these last few weeks. As we look ahead to next semester, we know that national forecasts are predicting a surge later in 2020. A particular concern and challenge for the College is when students leave campus for breaks, are exposed to infection, and return possibly spreading the contagion to others. To minimize this occurrence, we will begin classes for the spring semester on February 3, 2021; continue through the semester without a spring break, and with classes cancelled on Good Friday, April 2, 2021. More details about the schedule for the spring semester will be forthcoming in the upcoming weeks.

We believe this course of action will allow us to remain on our course for in-person classes and keep our campus safe. Please know of my continued daily prayers as we continue to forge ahead to assist you in meeting your goals and your aspirations. Remember, we are a community of Scholars, Citizens, Leaders, and Disciples – We are the Saints!

Ave Crux! Spes Unica!

Rev. David T. Tyson, C.S.C.


Dear Holy Cross College Community,

It is the end of July and we are still forging ahead with our plan to return to campus this fall. We have put plans of action in place that will keep our community safe, secure, and together once again. With a commitment from our students, faculty and staff to follow specific guidelines and protocols this fall, I believe we will have a successful 2020-2021 school year and overcome this difficult moment in time with true grit and dedication to the Holy Cross tradition.

Starting August 3, all members of the College will receive a text to their cell phone daily and are required to complete the health assessment tasks asked in the communication. This health check will be used to assess the health of individuals and the community proactively. If it is your preference to receive this communication via email, please contact the IT department at [email protected]. Non-compliant members of the community will face accountability that will be discussed in future communications. A complete list of protocols can be found on our website at www.hcc-nd.edu/return-to-campus.

This daily health check, along with being mindful about physical distancing, wearing masks, and practicing good hygiene will keep our campus healthy and safe. The health and safety practices we have adopted are designed to minimize the possibility of COVID-19 infection for all, and especially to avoid exposure for those among us who are most vulnerable to severe illness.

Thank you for your patience and your commitment to honoring these expectations. Our College community is close knit and we pride ourselves on our commitment to hard work, diligence, and perseverance. By working together, I know we can remain healthy, support each other during these challenging times and create new ways to build community.

In Holy Cross,
Father David T. Tyson, C.S.C.

Dear Students,

We are looking forward to our students returning to campus in August for the Fall 2021 semester. We are so pleased to put many of the concerns related to COVID-19 behind us when we come back together.  Students are reminded that they are required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine prior to returning to campus. New Students can upload documentation of the vaccine through their new student portal while returning students should send documentation to Mr. Tom DeHorn ([email protected]). For those wishing to receive an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine because of medical or health reasons, please email Dean Polaniecki ([email protected]) to initiate the process.

The vaccine requirement is centered on a concern for the common good and is the key factor that will allow our campus to return to a normal day-to-day rhythm of learning. Being together, forming healthy relationships, staying safe and healthy, and growing to be scholars, citizens, leaders, and disciples is the work of Holy Cross College.  Thank you for doing your part to help make this possible for everyone.

Spes Unica

Dean Polaniecki

Thankfully, the COVID transmission numbers have significantly decreased in our county and region. After reviewing and considering CDC guidelines, we are putting forth the following protocols for June and July.

  • No masks or physical distancing is required for fully vaccinated faculty and staff; masks indoors are required for faculty and staff who are not fully vaccinated.
  • No masks are required outside.
  • Visitors to campus will be asked to wear masks indoors.

We are still discussing protocols for our limited camps and will communicate with those involved directly. We hope to make decisions on these very soon.

Since reducing campus density is no longer necessary, we are asking that staff who are working remotely return to the office starting July 1 if not sooner. However, if remote work is reasonable for your work and acceptable with your supervisor, reasonable accommodations could be made to create a hybrid schedule as has already been done in certain offices on campus.

Ave Crux Spes Unica,

Justin Watson            Monica Markovich

Provost                         Vice President for Finance

 

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Dear faculty and staff,

We hope this message finds you healthy and well. When we announced that we were moving to distance learning on March 7th, never did we nor could we imagine how the following months would transpire nor the length of time that we would be apart. We know that the sudden transition required significant adjustments, flexibility, and herculean efforts to do your work in new ways, while worrying and caring for the health and safety of your loved ones. We did all of this while being physically separated and abiding by our stay at home order, knowing that our sacrifice was for the common good of all. Please know of our deep gratitude for all that you have done, and continue to do, to serve our community and fulfill our mission. We know that it was tremendously difficult, and we are in awe of the strength, grit, and tenacity of our community that was once again on display these past months.

Reopening campus and welcoming students back in August will require each of us to call upon the same characteristics: flexibility, tenacity, strength, grit. It will require adaptations and sacrifices from all of us – faculty, staff, and students. Thank you for your patience and your commitment to honoring these expectations, some of which will require us to adjust some of our usual Holy Cross expectations and campus way of life. However, just as drive-by events or virtual sing-alongs have emerged nationwide, and mask-wearing and physical distancing have become much more commonplace, we have every confidence you will bring creativity and ingenuity to the ways you teach, work, and connect to continue to foster an intellectual and residential community that forms Scholars, Citizens, Leaders, and Disciples.

Many of you have had the chance to watch Father Tyson’s video that was shared with the community earlier this week. As he mentioned, we continue to work with our tri-campus partners as well as local, state, and national health officials and we have developed a number of expectations, procedures, and protocols to help ensure a safe semester for everyone. This letter will provide an overview of those expectations. The health and safety practices that are detailed here in this letter are designed to minimize the possibility of COVID-19 infection for all, and especially to avoid exposure for those among us who are most vulnerable to severe illness.

Holy Cross, like Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s, is proceeding with caution with our return to campus and beginning conservatively in terms of modifications to facilities, programs, and services. The safety of you, our faculty, and our staff is our top priority, and what scientists know about transmission of the virus continues to evolve. We will continually monitor the effectiveness and necessity of our protocols. We will add additional measures if needed based on the best available medical advice. On the other hand, if we can safely relax some guidelines over time, we will do so.

We thank the members of the reopening committee who have worked diligently to review information, provide input, and develop protocols. We write today to share with you updates on a number of ongoing efforts regarding communications, public health protocols, and policies and decisions that affect our work together. As always, we welcome your input and feedback. This letter is meant for both faculty and staff, and various parts will be more or less relevant for some of you – but we want to provide a full picture to all of you. We will publish the full guidelines and provide an electronic and hard copy to all faculty and staff.

Returning to Campus
While you are still welcome and encouraged to work from home, we are slowly starting to see you return to campus, and it is wonderful to be together again. As the dean of faculty, Dave Lutz, has already communicated, faculty are expected to return to campus August 3. Similarly, staff are expected to return to campus by August 3. However, due to many office setups for many administrative and operational functions of the College, some staff may be asked to work remotely on a part-time basis in order to reduce office density and protect the health and safety of the community. If this is an expectation for you, it will be communicated directly to you by your supervisor.

In addition starting July 6, when you come to campus the following will be expected of you:
Daily Health Checks
All faculty, staff, and students will be expected to perform a health check using an app procured by the College prior to coming to campus (or in the case of students, leaving their dorm room). This app will help the College keep a pulse on the health of the community and provide guidance to those not feeling well. It is anticipated that the app will roll out later in July. In the meantime, we ask that you perform a daily health check using the symptom guidelines set by the CDC, or one of the many free COVID-19 health screening apps available for smartphones. If you present with any symptoms, or just generally do not feel well, do not come to campus. Any faculty or staff who is presenting with symptoms while on campus will be asked to return home. This is not the time to “push through” symptoms.

Masks and Physical Distancing
It has been shown that physical distance and mask wearing both individually reduce the spread of the virus, and together are especially effective. When a distance of a minimum of six feet is not possible or when people are in an enclosed space for an extended period of time, a face covering is crucial.

In light of this, Holy Cross has adopted the following policies:

  • All students, faculty, and staff in a College campus space will be expected to wear face coverings at all times when they are, or may be, in the presence of other individuals within a building, except when alone in a private room (office, residence hall room) or in a private vehicle.
  • Students will be expected to cloth wear face coverings in all common areas of the residence halls, but not within their own room.
  • Visitors to campus will be expected to wear face coverings at all times.

The College will be issuing all members of the Holy Cross community a minimum of two face masks. We also encourage you to purchase additional of your choosing.

Enhanced Sanitation
The College will provide hand sanitizing stations at the main entrances of all buildings and in high-traffic common areas throughout campus. In addition, the facilities team will be cleaning highly trafficked areas and high-touch surfaces more frequently. The College has also purchased an electro-static sprayer that allows us to disinfect large spaces such as Ave Brew Cafe or Driscoll Lounge quickly and effectively. It will be used daily.

The College invites and encourages all faculty, staff, and students to be active participants in helping to keep our spaces disinfected. We will provide sanitizing wipes and sanitizing sprays in high traffic areas such as lounges, classrooms, and meeting rooms. Please feel free to use these to wipe down the space before and after use to help reduce the spread of the virus. We also encourage you to wipe down your own workspaces and offices frequently.

The College will also be moving to MERV-13 air filters for all of our buildings with a central HVAC system. These systems will also be set to maximize fresh air intake within the design limits of the equipment. This may mean that it takes additional energy to cool and heat our buildings, and we ask for your patience with the air temperature.

Protocols for classrooms and other instructional spaces
We have established a number of protocols that will govern classrooms and other instructional spaces:

  • Facilities is adjusting each classroom to maximize social distancing between students, as well as between students and faculty. Some furniture may be removed, and the layout of a particular classroom may be sub-optimal for your preference.
  • Six feet of social distance will not be possible in all classrooms, which is why facemasks are critical.
  • Faculty will have the option of wearing a face mask or a face shield, which will be provided by the College.
  • Faculty are encouraged to consider opening classroom windows and/or doors when practical to increase air flow.
  • Cleaning protocols aimed at preventing COVID-19 will be implemented in all instructional spaces.

Physical Space Modifications
In addition to classrooms, facilities will be modifying communal spaces such as lounges and conference rooms where possible to encourage physical distancing. This may mean moving, removing, or exchanging furniture.

The College will install plastic sneeze guards in certain places such as reception desks or cash registers. In addition, the College will provide stand-alone, portable plastic sneeze guards that rest on desk for office and classroom use as an added measure of safety for any full-time faculty and staff who request them. In order to secure sufficient quantities, we ask that you submit a request for a sneeze guard to [email protected] no later than Wednesday, July 8th. We will also provide portable sneeze guards that adjuncts may “check-out” for single or semester use.

Since it is harder to contract the virus outside, the College is also securing tents for the semester to provide outdoor meeting spaces. These tents may be used in variety of ways including for meetings, student activities, and dining.

Meetings
Internal meetings
For internal meetings, the meeting chair set a meeting be in person or virtual using MS Teams. Anyone who is working off campus should not come in for the meeting, but rather attend virtually. Masks or face coverings are to be worn during in person meetings. Given different on-campus schedules for the fall, it is recommended that meetings be scheduled rather than “drop-in” whenever possible.

Meetings with off-campus guests
We strongly encourage meetings with off campus guests be held virtually using MS Teams whenever possible and practicable. If it is not possible to hold the meeting virtually, all visitors to campus should complete a daily health check and must wear a mask. When practical, meetings could be held outside

Faculty Office Hours
Faculty with offices may hold office hours and meetings with students in their offices or via MS Teams. However, faculty who do not have offices must meet with students via MS Teams or if practicable, outside or another open area.

Dining
One of the hallmarks of Holy Cross is our dining hall and communal meals together as one community. In order to try to preserve this important aspect of campus life, Campus Dining is adjusting dining hall and Ave Brew policies and offerings in accordance with best industry food service practices. In the dining hall, disposable ware will be used, self-service buffets will be replaced with individually portioned, served buffets, and other modifications to the space will be made to ensure that we can dine together safely. In addition, hours will be extended, and outdoor dining will be available near the dining hall and Grab and Go options will be available.

Travel
The College’s efforts to minimize COVID-19 infections and safeguard the health of the entire Holy Cross community depend on a package of measures and protocols. One important element of that package is to curtail travel to and from campus as much as possible, in order to lessen the introduction of new sources of infection. This is the primary reason for the significant adjustment to our academic calendar, with the fall semester now beginning with classes on August 10 and running straight through the completion of final exams by November 20. This is also the reason that College-related travel will be strictly limited throughout the fall 2020 semester. Only travel that is deemed essential will be approved. Before returning to campus after approved travel, those traveling may be required to quarantine in order to help safeguard our campus community.

Further, we are requesting and strongly urging that students, faculty and staff will avoid personal travel away from campus, their homes, or the local area during the fall 2020 semester except under exceptional circumstances (e.g., sick family member). Again, this expectation is based on our need to work together for the safety of the entire community.

Praying Together
One of the biggest adjustments for many of us this spring, and even this summer, was how we prayed and worshipped together. We are eager to be able to pray together once again as a community. However, this too will look different:

Starting at the beginning of the semester, 12:25pm daily mass and 7:30pm Sunday mass will be offered following all diocesan guidelines. However, we are limiting attendance at these masses to the College community. In order to protect their high risk population, the 5pm daily mass and Sunday morning mass is only available to residents of Holy Cross Village. Members of the College community should not attend them.

Testing and Contact Tracing
We are facilitating the testing of all students prior to their return to campus. We will also provide free on-campus testing for all students. A team of staff have agreed to be on the contact tracing and support team, which will be led by Tom DeHorn, and have already begun training. This team will work with and support students from their initial COVID-19 test through quarantine, and if needed, supported isolation. The College has a number of rooms available for isolation.

Any faculty and staff who have symptoms or have had close contact (15 minutes of contact with less than six feet of separation and no mask) with a person who has COVID-19 should contact their doctor to be tested, let Gwen DeMaegd know, and quarantine at home even if no symptoms are present. If any faculty or staff tests positive for COVID-19, report the positive test result to Gwen DeMaegd and remain isolated according to your doctor’s order and the CDC guidelines. The College will then begin contact tracing at the College as is deemed necessary and appropriate. The College will modify its sick leave policy through the end of at least 2020 so that any time taken for quarantine, isolation, or in support of a dependent family member in quarantine or isolation will be paid and time off will not count against the sick bank.

Concluding Thoughts
We know that this is a lot of information to digest. We also realize some items require significant and sometimes painful changes to ways we interacted on campus prior to the pandemic. We are hopeful that you will approach these changes the same way you approached the sudden changes of the spring, with vigor, tenacity, and grit, and all for the common good of our community. For many it is difficult, and can even be discouraging, to adjust to so many changes at once. Let us cling to Hope, knowing that these changes will not be for forever, but that they will allow us to be here on campus once again together, helping our students learn to be Scholars, Citizens, Leaders, and Disciples.

Let us end with our sincere thanks, and warm wishes for a safe and healthy long weekend.

Regards,

Justin Watson
Provost

Monica Markovich
Vice President for Finance

During the spring 2021 semester, Holy Cross College identified 44 total positive cases. Those numbers included students, faculty, and staff.

During the fall 2020 semester, Holy Cross College identified 55 total positive cases. Those numbers included students, faculty, and staff.