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Get Ahead at a Business School Reimagined for the 21st Century

The new $35 million Leo J. Meehan School of Business empowers students to be adaptive, compassionate leaders and provides the tools and teaching that allows them to recognize and seize opportunities in a rapidly evolving global economy.

Networking in Silicon Valley

Externship experience takes Stonehill seniors to Silicon Valley to learn more about tech careers and network with alumni already thriving in the field.

Searching for More Good

From the Today show to TEDx, the 50-state journey that Mary Latham ’09 has undertaken to find stories of good has captured the hearts of Americans nationwide. And she credits Stonehill's culture of compassion for helping to shape the person she is today.

Fighting the ‘Glass Cliff’ with Science

Organizations often tap female executives when they’re on the verge of collapse. A student-professor research team hopes science will show it’s unfair to blame gender when the collapses happen.

Playing with Heart

Every team at Stonehill participates in programs meant to improve the lives of others, building a bond that strengthens over four years of practices, partnership and competition.

The Power of FinTech

Stonehill is one of only a few schools in the nation offering financial technology programming to undergraduate students in an effort to better prepare them to lead in a global market and to take advantage of an explosive new field.

Data Analytics Benefits Many Majors

With an established minor, a new major and a master's program in the works, students are gaining data analytics skills that provide a competitive edge in almost any field.

Empowering Women to Lead

An annual mentoring, networking and leadership development seminar that connects Stonehill alumnae is just one example of Stonehill’s commitment to empowering compassionate leaders.

Honing Career Skills in NYC

New York City is the largest city in the United States and a Stonehill program provides students of all majors with the chance to learn and lead in coveted NYC internships.

The Arts Take Center Stage

More musicals and professional development are at the heart of a reimagined Visual & Performing Arts program that enhances both intellectual flexibility and the experiences students need to thrive in their pursuits.

Poised for Leading Roles

Whether in the entertainment industry, healthcare or law, our semester-long LA Internship Program positions students to be leaders in their fields.

Setting the Stage for Deeper Learning

From Broadway to the National Mall, student researchers use major cultural events to better understand our history and our humanity.

Compassionate Leadership in Action

As Stonehill launches a major, master’s degree and 4+1 degree program in special education, experiential learning opportunities like Camp Shriver embody the culture that will set those programs apart.

Compassion leads healthcare administration students to success

Our Healthcare Administration majors are driven by the desire to help others and supported by a program that’s the only one in the state fully certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.

By the Numbers

94%

Class of 2018 Outcomes

Six months after graduation, 94 percent of Class of 2018 graduates are employed, in top graduate programs or engaged in post-graduate service

84%

Class of 2018 career goals success rate

Six months after graduation, 84 percent of Class of 2018 graduates report that their occupation is related to their career goals

82%

Class of 2018 job satisfaction rate

Six months after graduation, 82 percent of Class of 2018 graduates express satisfaction with their jobs

Top 20%

2019 Wall Street Journal ranking among 1,000 U.S. Colleges and Universities

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

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12:1

student/faculty ratio

95%

NCAA Academic Success Rate (10th highest among DII athletics)

99%

Senior Participation in "High-Impact Practices"

Internships, practicum, field experience, study abroad and professional research

2,482

undergraduate students

90%

of students live on campus

77%

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

$30,148

average financial aid award

$30,148 was the average financial aid award in scholarships, grants, loans and work-study

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Zachary Soulier ’14

Alum in Celtics Organization Shares Insider Tips on Launching Career in Professional Sports Operations

A Stonehill graduate now working as an account executive with the Boston Celtics recently came to campus to provide an insider’s…

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Stonehill College Beta Alpha Psi Chapter Takes 2nd Place in International Competition

The Stonehill College (Mu Omega) Chapter of the Beta Alpha Psi honor society was recently honored at the national group’s annual…

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Professor Karen Teoh

Stonehill Professor Presents Book at Yale University’s MacMillan Center

Karen Teoh, associate professor of history at Stonehill College, recently presented her book Schooling Diaspora at the Yale University…

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Heather Cook '19

Heather Cook '19 Named Recipient of 2019 D'Agostino Prize

Heather Cook '19 has been awarded the 12th annual Peter R. D'Agostino Prize for Excellence in History for her senior thesis.

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Adam Ziegler '21

Adam Ziegler ’21 Conducts Research on Effects of Climate Change During Semester at Sea

Stonehill’s Adam Ziegler ’21 spent two months this summer conducting research aimed at protecting and ensuring the future…

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Nicolette Kolgraf ’19

Kolgraf Recognized as English and Gender & Sexuality Studies 2019 Student of the Year

Nicolette Kolgraf ’19 has received two departmental honor awards for 2019.

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Nicole Russo ’19, Meaghan Gemma ’19

Gemma, Russo Named 2019 Criminology Department Students of the Year

Two students in the Criminology Department at Stonehill College have been awarded the 2019 Susan Guarino-Ghezzi Award.

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Theodore Slepski ’19

Theodore Slepski ’19 Named Computer Science 2019 Student of the Year

The 2019 Computer Science Department Student of the Year is Theodore Slepski ’19.

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Emily Casey ’19, Pierrce Holmes ’19 and Lauren LoRusso ’19

Casey, Holmes, LoRusso Named 2019 Communication Department Students of the Year

Three students in the Communication Department are being recognized as 2019 Communication Students of the Year.

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Bridget Belcher '19

Bridget Belcher '19 Named Chemistry Department 2019 Student of the Year

The 2019 Chemistry Department Student of the Year is Bridget Belcher ’19.

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Meehan School of Business Students Earn Scholarships, Honors from Professional Organizations

Four students in Stonehill College’s Meehan School of Business were recently honored for their outstanding academic accomplishments…

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Joseph Varney '19, Nicholas Perry '19

Varney, Perry Named Biology Department 2019 Students of the Year

In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Joseph Varney ’19 and Nicholas Perry ’19 have been named top students…

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Lindsey Gray '19

Lindsey Gray '19 Named Biochemistry Program’s 2019 Student of the Year

Lindsey Gray '19 will work as chief medical scribe at Brigham and Women's Hospital and plans to apply to medical school in the…

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Janine Murray '19

Janine Murray ’19 named Accounting Student of the Year

After graduation, Janine Murray '19 will work at Deloitte & Touche as an audit associate in the Boston office and will also be…

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Pierrce Holmes

12 law schools, 3 honors and 1 strong desire to pay it forward

Pierrce Holmes ’19 was accepted at a dozen of the most renowned law schools in the nation, chosen by his classmates to be the…

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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.