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Leading in the Community

Four years at Stonehill equipped Alisha Collins ’07 with the academics, internships and leadership experiences to succeed in a career that has taken her to some of the most successful organizations in the country. Today she puts the sum total of her experience and ability into helping lead the way in the fight against hunger.

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Agility, Ethics Define Management Major

Stonehill’s holistic approach to the management major equips graduates to lead in an evolving field.

A winning formula

Our students' success after graduation is a reflection of the extensive opportunities and close mentoring they receive while here.

90%
Class of 2019 Placement Rate

Six months after graduation, 90 percent of Class of 2019 graduates are employed, in top graduate programs or engaged in postgraduate service.

100+
Programs in the Liberal Arts, Sciences and Business
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12:1
Student-to-Faculty Ratio

The World Needs Leaders

At Stonehill you will discover your passions and gain the skills that will allow you to maximize your impact in whatever career you launch.

Humanitarian Leader

Geovanny Sequeira’s leadership experience and degree opened many doors for him. But his L.A. internship at a national AIDS foundation led him to dedicate himself to helping those dealing with the incurable virus. 

Geovanny Sequeira ’19, Human Resources Coordinator at AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Los Angeles
Medical Leader

“Being part of [Advocates for a Brighter Stonehill] provided me with the leadership skills and social justice toolkit to advocate for the most vulnerable patients.”

Dr. Jasmine Khubchandani ’12, a Stonehill Biology major who is now a surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
Creative Leader

“Stonehill helped me gain confidence in myself to take advantage of as many opportunities as I can and to become my own person.”

Abigail Kramer ’22, performing arts major with a theatre concentration, double minor in dance and entrepreneurship and a volunteer at My Brother’s Keeper

Picture Yourself Here

We're serious about academics but we also have fun doing what we love. And while it may be ambitious, we're always looking for ways to make the world a little bit better—starting right on our campus.

Our stunning 384-acre campus offers not only state-of-the-art resources but also a setting that inspires you to think big.
Whether you’re interested in painting or politics, singing or social activism, you will find ways to engage that support your growth in mind, body and spirit.

Follow and You Shall Lead

Our Congregation of Holy Cross tradition is built around the idea that the world needs people who care passionately and act courageously. Providing a path that allows students to be a light in the world defines us and is the inspiration for our motto, Lux et Spes (Light and Hope).

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