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College of the Holy Cross

Total Grad Surveys 5
Females 3
Males 2
Avg years at University 2.2
Research Quality A- (8.3)
Research Availability B+ (8.1)
Research Funding A- (8.7)
Graduate Politics B+ (8.1)
Errand Runners B (6.7)
Degree Completion B+ (8.1)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] A (9.0)
Sufficient Pay A- (8.7)
Competitiveness A- (8.8)
Education Quality A (8.9)
Faculty Accessibility A- (8.6)
Useful Research A- (8.7)
"Individual" treatment A- (8.7)
Friendliness A- (8.7)
Safety A- (8.7)
Campus Beauty A- (8.7)
Campus Maintenance A- (8.7)
University Resource/spending B+ (8.0)
Extracurriculars B (6.8)
Success-Understanding A- (8.7)
Surrounding City A- (8.8)
Social Life/Environment A- (8.7)
Errand RunnersB
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]A
Holy Cross is onlyJun 02 2009Chemistry
Holy Cross is only undergraduate. There are no graduate programs. This is their strength. All classes are taught by PHD professors and not graduate teaching assistants. The focus is on teaching and not graduate research.
There are no graduate students at Holy Cross;May 31 2009Accounting
There are no graduate students at Holy Cross; the undergraduate student is the sole focus. Students receive complete faculty attention and full access to the College’s facilities. Professors conduct all classes and laboratories—there are no graduate teaching assistants.The academic program gives graduates a strong foundation not just for their first job, but the seven job changes experts predict today’s students will make. Holy Cross students learn not only for career advancement, but for personal enrichment. Students begin the process of lifelong learning, not just in a single specialty, but in a broad range of areas.

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