Since the day of your graduation you have continued to grow, and Holy Cross wants to be part of that on-going growth process. Whether your interests are professional or generated by the lively curiosity of liberally educated men and women, we have a superb faculty that can continue to guide you on your journey toward greater knowledge and personal fulfillment.
An important aspect of these programs is that they strengthen the bonds between the classroom experiences of your own four years at Holy Cross and the classrooms of today where another generation of Holy Cross students is engaged in study. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to get to know personally the men and women who are developing the minds and hearts of today’s students.
The Holy Cross Alumni Association's Classroom Revisited
allows participants to return to campus for a day and take part in a series of engaging alumni "classes" offered by some of Holy Cross' best -- and most dynamic -- professors. To learn more about this spring program click here
The Faculty Speakers Bureau
allows regional clubs the opportunity to host a faculty member for a local presentation. For more information about the Faculty Speakers Bureau click here
The Live Lecture Series
offers Holy Cross alumni unique online learning experiences featuring Holy Cross' exceptional faculty. To learn more about the Live Lecture Series or to view past presentations click here
Listen and Learn
. A friendly reminder that the McFarland, S.J. Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture introduces podcasts and streaming media of select programs online bringing the discussion of meaning, morality, and mutual obligation to a new global forum. Be sure to check back often for new media. To either listen online or down load the audio podcast to your iTunes click here
The Holy Cross 100 Books
. We are happy to present a classic work by Holy Cross professors first published in 1983 and now republished as an "e-book." These personal recommendations invite you to share with the reviewers their own experiences in reading books that have excited and moved them. To access this e-book click here
We would appreciate your comments on the growing number of programs the Alumni Relations Office is currently developing for our alumni. Please send your comments to Tom Cadigan '02, Associate Director of Alumni Relations at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 508-793-2418.