Visit Stonehill

Visiting is the best way to understand what Stonehill is all about. Come experience our welcoming community and see how rigorous academics, extensive experiential learning opportunities and supportive professors help students develop a sense of purpose in their lives.

Note: If you are a Fall 2015 applicant please click here to register for campus visits.

Visiting Options

The best way to get the most out of your visit is to attend an Information Session led by an admission counselor and current students. The Information Session will give you an insider’s perspective and answers to all your questions. Immediately following the Information Session, you’ll take a Campus Tour for a more complete view of life and learning at Stonehill. The total time for an Information Session and Campus Tour is approximately two hours.

If your time is limited, take a Campus Tour with our friendly and knowledgeable student ambassadors. It’s a good way to get some essential information while seeing Stonehill's campus inside and out. Campus Tours take an hour and fifteen minutes, and are offered Monday through Friday.

Although not required for admission, interviews are recommended for students who have significant interest in Stonehill. If you are one of these students, we would love to see you on campus! These 30- to 45-minute interviews are conducted by one of our highly trained student interviewers or an admission counselor and may be particularly helpful for students who wish to share information that might not be readily apparent on their application. We offer interviews from March of your junior year through December of your senior year.

Stonehill welcomes large groups of visitors from schools and community-based organizations. With advance notice, we can tailor a visit experience to ensure that everyone in your group leaves with a better understanding of Stonehill College.

About Stonehill

Stonehill College is 22 miles away from Boston.

Located 22 miles from Boston, our students get the knowledge and experience they need to succeed in their chosen field along with a liberal arts foundation that fosters the kind of well-rounded and adaptable thinkers that today’s leading organizations demand.

 

A Catholic college founded in 1948 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, our focus on educating the whole person helps inspire students to make meaningful choices, serve others and pursue serious academic inquiry during a four-year experience marked by self-discovery and growth.