International Students

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“We have much to learn and celebrate from encountering people from other cultures, faiths and ways of life, where each person is treated with reverence.”

– Rev. John F. Denning, C.S.C., Stonehill College president

Achieve Your Full Potential in the Heart of New England

Through its curriculum of liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs, Stonehill College provides international students with an education of the highest caliber that fosters critical thinking, the interchange of ideas as well as the practical and cultural experiences needed to succeed here and around the world.

The entire community at Stonehill collaborates to help you develop the knowledge, skills and character you need to meet your life goals and to live a life of purpose and integrity. You get the support you need to be confident in what you do and the challenging environment you need to achieve your full potential.

Rigorous Academics in a Welcoming Community

An active community situated on 384 beautiful acres only 22 miles (35 kilometers) from Boston, Stonehill offers 39 majors and 49 minors in the humanities, natural and social sciences, business, education and pre-professional advising programs.

We are a Catholic college affiliated with the University of Notre Dame through our shared roots in the Congregation of Holy Cross. Our focus on educating the whole person helps inspire students to pursue serious academic inquiry, make meaningful choices and serve others.

An Investment with Proven Value

A Stonehill education is a profound value for the investment. Our students graduate with jobs at well above the national average and benefit from a liberal arts foundation that gives them the intellectual flexibility to take advantage opportunities that may turn them in an entirely new direction.

Once I started interacting with the students at Stonehill, I saw how friendly everyone was. I didn’t understand why everyone would say ‘hi’ to me or hold the door open all the time. That took some time getting used to, and even though everyone is so busy, they’re still so nice.
Parijat Bhattacharjee ’16, India