Strength in the face of fear

This video art project by students and faculty in our Visual & Performing Arts Department is a powerful example of the importance of art in exploring issues at the heart of what it means to be a human being seeking inner strength in a world increasing

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Commencement 2017

Commencement celebrates the academic achievement of the Class of 2017 and is a major landmark for graduates and their families. Get all the information you need to ensure you enjoy it to its fullest.

Seniors Savor Success

Members of the Class of 2017 share reflections on Stonehill experiences that helped them secure top jobs, graduate school placements and year-of-service projects before even graduating.

End Summer Smarter

If getting ahead, catching up, or learning something new are on your summer to-do list, you’ll find a host of options in the Summer@Stonehill Program.

Your Academic Entourage

Think. Act. Lead. connects students with a dedicated team of mentors to achieve post-college goals through enhanced academic, professional and spiritual growth.

A New Path to Careers in Speech-Language Pathology

Stonehill’s new minor provides distinct advantages to students pursuing careers in communication science disorders, speech-language pathology, and audiology.

Empowering Women

A major grant from the single most significant provider of private scholarship support for women in science, mathematics and engineering provides funding and inspiration.

A Magnet for Prestigious Grants

The College, its students and faculty in growing numbers are being chosen for the most selective fellowships, scholarships and grants in the nation.

Tapping Into the Power of Politics

From Rwanda to Washington, D.C., the professional successes of our political science & international studies majors ripple around the planet.

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By the Numbers


Class of 2015 Employment Rate

1 year after graduation, 94% of graduates in the class of 2015 who were seeking employment have found jobs

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Class of 2015 Grad School Acceptance Rate

1 year after graduation, 89% of Class of 2015 graduates who were seeking admission to graduate school have been placed

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Class of 2015 Service Placement Rate

1 year after graduation, 100% of graduates in the class of 2015 who were seeking service positions have been accepted to programs

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

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NCAA Academic Success Rate (among the highest in DII athletics)


of students participate in internships, study abroad, research, practicums or fieldwork


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of students live on campus


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


average financial aid award

$27,528 was the average financial aid award in scholarships, grants, loans and work-study in 2014-2015


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Adeline Tavarez '18, Yaritza Sanchez '18, Mohini Patel '18, Miranda Arena'18

Four Stonehill Students Awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for Spring 2017 Study Abroad

Information Design

Students Explore Trending Field of 'Information Design'

Graphic Design majors had the opportunity to explore the up-and-coming field of “information design” during an informational…

Tsz Yan Chan '18

Stonehill Accounting, Finance Majors Find Success at John Hancock Competition

A group of seven Stonehill accounting and finance majors recently ventured to Boston to compete in the annual John Hancock Business…

Alexander Pica ’18

Alexander Pica ’18 Conducts Research on Remote Pacific Reefs

This spring, Environmental Science major Alexander Pica ’18 is participating in Stonehill’s SEA Semester program and sailing…

Brandon Perigard ’16

Brandon Perigard ’16, Presents Research at Art History Symposium

Interdisciplinary Studies and Criminal Justice dual major Brandon Perigard ’16 recently presented an art history research paper…

Victoria Higgins

Strengths of Healthcare Administration Program Drew Victoria Higgins 3,000 miles From Home

When Victoria Higgins ’16 decided she wanted to pursue a degree in healthcare administration she had dozens of options in her…

Maude Gorman ’17

Maude Gorman ’17 to Receive Future Leaders Award from the Massachusetts Office for Victims Assistance and Advocacy

Ysabel Cueva ’17, Brankely Garcia ’17, Jessica Majano-Guevara ’17, Eva Weinstein ’17

Four Stonehill Students Awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for Spring 2016 Study Abroad

Stonehill Music

Partnership Lets Students Attend Symphony Hall Performances at No Cost

Stonehill music students are now able to attend performances at Boston’s renowned Symphony Hall at no cost, thanks to a Boston…

Candace Crocker ’16

Stonehill Student is One of Only Eight to Receive Award from the New England Psychological Association

Stonehill student Candace Crocker ’16 was one of eight students in New England to be named Honorary Undergraduate Scholars for…

Professor Richard Capobianco

Professor Richard Capobianco’s Second Book on Heidegger Released in Paperback

“Heidegger’s Way of Being,” the second book by Professor Richard Capobianco on the seminal 20th-century philosopher Martin…

Model United Nations Club

Model UN Club Members Experience Life as a Senator at Boston’s Kennedy Institute

The Model United Nations Club participated in the Senate Immersion Module (SIM) program at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for…

Katherine Stallings ’17 and Emily Maltinsky ’19

Marketing, Graphic Design Internships Highlight Value of Stonehill Alumni Network

A Massachusetts start-up founded by a Stonehill alumna recently provided two students with valuable lessons in marketing, design…

Katherine Blessis ’16

Boston TV News Internship Gives Katherine Blessis ’16 Experience, Connections

Katherine Blessis ’16 wanted to gain some experience in the face-paced world of TV news and hoped to do it in Boston. With the…

Patrick Callaghan ’72

Patrick Callaghan ’72 Earns Outstanding Alumnus Award

In 2012, when Patrick Callaghan ’72 retired as President of Pepperidge Farm, he left a company that ranked in the top two percent…

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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.