Each first-year student enters Holy Cross undeclared and chooses a major, with the help of their faculty adviser, by the end of the sophomore year.
Holy Cross also provides students the chance to design their own major or minor in a field of study that lies outside the current discipline-based majors or interdisciplinary concentrations.
With 50 study abroad programs in 29 host countries, Holy Cross proudly boasts the #1 ranked long term study abroad program.
For those looking to dive deeper into a work environment or a specialized field of study, semester away programs in Washington D.C. and New York City provide students with dynamic experiences for intellectual, personal, and professional growth.
The J.D. Power Center is the central hub for experiential learning at Holy Cross, offering opportunities for internships, community-based learning courses and research projects.
Montserrat is an innovative first-year program that links a first-year seminar to an interdisciplinary cluster and residence hall and invites students into a lively intellectual and social community.