Brookline, MA
Hellenic College-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology


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I love Hellenic College-Holy Cross, and my overall opinion is that if you are a good student things will go well for you at t...

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I love Hellenic College-Holy Cross, and my overall opinion is that if you are a good student things will go well for you at the school. There are issues with the wi-fi in the dorms, and because the dorms were not built for growth they are almost to capacity. There is administrative and student effort to promote the school, however students tend to be discouraged to do so due to their personal concerns with space. There is no off campus housing unless students personally find housing unaffiliated with the school, and seminarians are required to live on campus, which in my opinion makes it difficult for the college to grow. The library is extremely helpful, as are the professors with a few exceptions. If it weren't for the church on campus and the religious atmosphere of the school, I would not have applied. The cost of a private college with fewer students is too high for someone like me who is now struggling to stay in the school because of financial problems.

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  • $22,490
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