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Helping Future Teachers Thrive

A well-rounded curriculum, career-focused advising and a wealth of classroom experience opportunities give education studies students a distinct advantage.

Faculty in the Huddle

A program that puts a faculty advisor on every one of Stonehill’s 20 varsity teams leads to the kind of bonds that help ensure our athletes have as much success in the classroom as they do on the field.

New Channels of Communication

Stonehill’s Communication Department has evolved in response to fast-paced changes in the way people communicate, and recent graduates are thriving in careers that didn’t exist a generation ago.

Curricula Rooted in Community

A growing number of faculty members are embracing Community-Based Learning, an academic tool that broadens students' perspectives and compassion while helping solve problems for others.

Graduating With Offers in Hand

Nearly half of Stonehill students secure jobs and graduate school placements before graduation, well above the national average, and stories from the Class of 2015 highlight the academics and experiences that helped them do it.

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By the Numbers

80+

Majors, Minors and Programs in the Liberal Arts, Sciences and Business

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1 of 42

AACSB accredited undergraduate institutions worldwide

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47%

of students in the class of 2014 had jobs at graduation (national average: 30%)

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12:1

student/faculty ratio

97%

NCAA Academic Success Rate (among the highest in DII athletics)

91%

of students participate in internships, study abroad, research, practicums or fieldwork

2,400

Undergraduate Students

93%

of students live on campus

79%

of Students Graduate in 4 Years (among the best graduation rates in the country)

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GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT
Learning Inside Out

New Program Prepares the Next Generation of Peacemakers and Global Criminologists

Stonehill College is partnering with organizations in Serbia and Armenia to change the way students learn about peacebuilding…

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Tori Faieta '15

Faieta to Represent USA at World Deaf Basketball Championships in Taiwan

Recent Stonehill College graduate and women's basketball All-American Tori Faieta is wrapping up training camp in Fremont, California…

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Grace Hazelwood '15

Hazelwood Participates in NCAA Career in Sports Forum

Grace Hazelwood 15 recently completed a four day trip to the NCAA national office in Indianapolis to participate in the NCAA's…

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Molly McGuinness ’15

Molly McGuinness ’15 Named Gender & Sexuality Studies Student of the Year

As president of Women’s Health and Empowerment Now, McGuinness worked tirelessly to create a vibrant community of students committed…

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Amisha Divadkar ’15

Amisha Divadkar ’15 Earns 2015 Communication Department Service Award

Divadkar was as an ALANA-A Brothers and Sisters Leader for three semesters, serving as a resource and leader in addressing issues…

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Erin Leo ’15

Erin Leo ’15 Named 2015 Outstanding Student in Mediated Communication

Leo was opinions editor for The Summit, Stonehill’s student-run campus newspaper, and served as co-captain of the women’s…

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Desiree Piette ’15

Desiree Piette ’15 Named 2015 Top Student in Communication Studies

An active member of the campus community during her time at Stonehill, Piette was a resident assistant (RA) for five semesters…

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Courtney Ouellet ’15

Courtney Ouellet ’15 named 2015 Top Student in Healthcare Administration

Ouellet was an active member of the academic community during her time at Stonehill, serving as an officer in the Stonehill College…

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Christopher Astephen ’15

Christopher Astephen ’15 Named Environmental Science Program’s 2015 Top Graduate

Astephen served in a number of leadership positions with environmental and social justice groups on campus, acting as treasurer…

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Michael Travers ’15

Michael Travers ’15 Named Foreign Languages Department’s 2015 Outstanding Student in Spanish

Travers, who aspires to be a high school teacher, was an active member of the academic community during his time at Stonehill…

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Ryan Morrison ’15

Ryan Morrison ’15 Named 2015 Outstanding Student in Chemistry

Morrison will begin his pursuit of a Ph.D. in chemistry at Boston College this fall.

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Andrea Duarte ’15

Andrea Duarte ’15 Honored as Top Student in French and Political Science

Duarte hopes to combine her research skills and passion for social justice and international development into a career in foreign…

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Sean Davenport ’15

Sean Davenport ’15 Earns History Department’s Thomas J. Clarke Award

Davenport is currently pursuing his interest in environmental advocacy by performing a year of post-graduate service with Green…

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James Scanlan ’15

James Scanlan ’15 Named 2015 Finance Student of the Year

Scanlan secured a position at BMO Capital Markets as an investment banking analyst in the company’s Healthcare Coverage Group…

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John Hanawalt '10

Stonehill Graduate Wins International Logo Design Award For 2016 International AIDS Conference

Stonehill alumnus John Hanawalt '10 has won an international logo design contest for his submission for the 2016 International…

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Our Mission

Stonehill College, a Catholic institution of higher learning founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross, is a community of scholarship and faith, anchored by a belief in the inherent dignity of each person.

Through its curriculum of liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs, Stonehill College provides an education of the highest caliber that fosters critical thinking, free inquiry and the interchange of ideas.

Stonehill College educates the whole person so that each Stonehill graduate thinks, acts, and leads with courage toward the creation of a more just and compassionate world.