Where have Stonehill students studied abroad?-Amy
What kind of food does the dining hall serve?-Sam
How many classes will I have to take each semester?-John
What residence halls can I live in as a freshman?-Shane
Are athletic events popular?-Abby
Is there a way to get off campus if I don’t have a car?-Amanda
How does the meal plan work?-Sandy
Are there any fun places to go off campus?-Heather
Are the residence halls coed?-Megan
Does Stonehill offer job or internship help?-Laura
Is there a gym I can go to on campus?-Sara
What is most exciting event on campus?-Dan
Can I pick my own roommate?-Todd
How many students are enrolled at Stonehill?-Bruce
How difficult is it to set up an interdisciplinary major/minor?-Jon
If you could sum up the typical Stonehill student, how would you describe him or her?-Victoria
Can I minor in engineering-Nick Lobik
Does Stonehill College offer aid (merit and need based) to international students?-Rhea
Do I have to be Catholic to attend Stonehill?-Mariana
About how many words should the Stonehill writing supplement for the Common App be?-Megan
If you are transferring as a sophomore, is it hard to catch up with everyone else?-Caitlin
How is the financial aid? Is it more grants than loans?-Allan
Do you have football as a sport at Stonehill?-Pablo
What kind of scholarships does Stonehill give and what are the prerequisites and requirements to get them?-Sikudhani
Can I minor in dance?-Ally
Is the SAT and ACT optional? Does this college require it?-Sofia
What is the Visual and Performing Arts with a Music Concentration program like?-Gianna
How good is stonehill with merit based financial aid and how is their music program?-Jasmine Gold
Are freshman allowed to have cars on campus if they are a resident?-Veronica
What is the deal with laptops? Is there a certain kind I should buy? Are there any deals through the school?-Tommy
Does stonehill still have a laptop purchase program?-Matthew Fitzgibbon
How is healthcare administration for a major? What kind of a career would help if you chose healthcare administraion?-Kayla
How is the theater department? How many shows do they do every year?-Kayla
Does the Shuttle bus cost anything?-Kayla
Do you have to double major if you major in education? If so, can your other major be undeclared?-Kayla
Does Stonehill offer any sign language courses?-Kayla Frazer
Can I park on campus?-Stacy
Do you recommend Study Abroad?-Lucy
I have been assigned to the Holy Cross Center for my dorm, and I was wondering how big the rooms are there. Do the beds have bed risers already built in?-Kayla
For the bed risers, do they have to be a specific size?-Kayla
Are there any fashion clubs or organizations on campus?-Alexandra
Does Stonehill offer a Bachelor of Business Administration degree?-Niki
How difficult is it for First-Year students to get into Boston?-Cathy
How are the professors for bio and chem classes?-Jason
What percentage of kids entering the school have an established major?-Spencer Pressley
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Elveera was looking for balance as she considered which college to attend. She wanted a campus that wasn’t so big she’d get lost and wouldn’t know professors; or so small she’d feel stifled. And one that complemented the freedom to explore with the security of knowing she was accepted for the person she is. Elveera felt drawn to that balance at Stonehill.
“Stonehill helps you cultivate all your academic talents, your social skills; it’s kind of like you get your tool kit here. You build your own skills.”
Ryan McDonough ’16 sees the headlines; he knows the job market is tough. But he doesn’t feel intimidated. He feels empowered. “I’m very confident I can get a job after I leave Stonehill,” he says. One reason is his professors, who combine scholarship with business experience to teach and mentor students. The other reason is Career Services, which has a proven four-year career preparation program that has already led Ryan to an internship as a bid analyst at W.B. Mason.
“Career services has helped me apply for internships and find competitive opportunities that help prepare me for life after college.”
Tom Gumbley ’16 remembers walking back to his dorm in silence after Professor John Lanci’s religious studies class because he was so enthralled by the ideas discussed and wanted to savor them for as long as he could.
“I left that class every day just feeling in awe,” says the economics and environmental studies double major from Cranston, Rhode Island. “Seeing my professors and what their passions are and seeing how much they enjoy what they do inspires me to find what my own passions are.”
When you find a community that fits, it gives you the confidence to explore. Amanda Nagim-Williams ’16 found that at Stonehill and the confidence she gained has been empowering. She got involved in Campus Ministry, Residence Life and the Office of Intercultural Affairs. She joined ALANA-A (African, Latino, Asian, Native American and their Allies) Brothers and Sisters and recently helped design and teach a class through Stonehill’s IDEAS program, a student-facilitated course initiative.
“I’ve experienced a lot here,” says the criminology major from Mattapan, Massachusetts. “Sometimes it’s challenging. But I’m making a difference and that’s probably what I’m going to do with the rest of my life.”
Keara Lavallee ’16 loves that Stonehill equips her with the skills and knowledge to achieve her vision of success along with the compassion and courage to help others achieve theirs.
“There is a culture at Stonehill that motivates people to get involved in service,” says the psychology major from Billerica, Massachusetts. Her commitment to that culture can be seen in many ways, from participating in Campus Ministry activities to volunteering her time to help others.
“It doesn’t necessarily have to be a grand action,” she says. “We're regular students, we live in the dorms, but we try our best to be there anytime, for anyone who needs us.”
As a Communication major, Tim honed the skills he needed for his internship by writing about athletics for The Summit student newspaper and working in the College's Communications & Media Relations Office. Tim also broadcast play-by-play for WSHL, Stonehill’s student-run radio station, and he was able to build an audio résumé thanks to the College’s Media & Videography Department.
“Having hands-on experience was a huge advantage. The average Stonehill student wants to do something other just than go to class,” Tim explains. “Stonehill attracts students who want a well-rounded education, both in and out of the classroom.”
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