The event features carols and hymns by the Holy Cross College Choir and Chamber Singers and the Holy Cross Orchestra
The Hart Center Arena serves as the home for the Holy Cross men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball teams. In the fall of 2016, the arena was renovated with a new state-of-the-art Robbins Bio-Channel Star Flooring System, and new retractable bleachers for the entire lower bowl. In addition, a Schelde Sports basket system was installed, which is currently used in over 100 countries around the world. Other upgrades within the arena include a new Bose sound system, refinished ceilings and new banners. New locker rooms, film rooms and coaches offices have also been added.
Over the years, the Hart Center Rink has been a model of excellence for other rinks to emulate. The rink has set the stage for battles against the likes of Boston College, Maine, Merrimack, UMass and Notre Dame. In 1999 and 2002, the Hart Center RInk was the venue selected to host the MAAC championship, while in 2006 it played host to the Atlantic Hockey championship.
Dinand is a commanding building whose architectural presence, historical significance, and geographical location place is at the center of the campus.
Featuring an award-winning menu, D'Agostino Cafe is located in the contemporary Swords Atrium within the Integrated Science Complex.
The complex was constructed with the highest standards of energy efficiency and innovative environmentally-friendly elements, such as an energy recovery wheel that captures and reuses heat from air being exhausted from the building.
The recently renovated Mary Chapel and smaller McCooey Chapel are both located on the lower level of St. Joseph Memorial Chapel.
The award-winning, 52-foot high, 10-ton organ was built over a two-year period by a team of craftsmen in the tradition of 16th and 17th century Dutch and north German organs.
The pool contains dual wave turbulent lane lines which are the standard 25-yard collegiate length. A movable bulkhead can be adjusted to a length of either 25 yards or 25 meters. The pool also features a Colorado timing system which provides an electronic readout for all six lanes. A separate diving well contains two one-meter boards and one three-meter board. All three boards are Duraflex, wafer diving boards. A trampoline and harness system is available on deck for diver training.
The Crusader men's and women's rowing team enjoys the advantage of being able to practice indoors year round, thanks to the rowing tanks located inside the Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex.
One of just four facilities of its kind in New England and directly accessible from inside the Luth Athletic Complex, the Indoor Practice Facility includes 100 yards of turf, batting cages, and running lanes. The 64,000-square foot Indoor Practice Facility provides a state-of-the-art training space for all 27 programs to utilize throughout the year.
Whether you're on the go or are looking to relax, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee is just one of the things that will captivate your senses in this social hot spot.
Located on the ground level of Hogan Campus Center, Crossroads is a hub of activity attracting students, faculty and staff alike. You'll find options to please any taste at any time.
Gymnasium courts featuring basketball, volleyball and badminton courts.
Apartments consist of a living room, dining area, full kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms.
A function room on the ground floor is used by residents of the building as well as by other students or faculty and staff to host social gatherings.