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NEW: Holy Cross Named a “Most Loved College”

Monday, December 03, 2012

 

US News and World Report has just released its list of "The 10 Most Loved Colleges" in the United States, and College of the Holy Cross checked in at number nine.

The Roman Catholic liberal arts school made the list for its high percentage of alumni donors. Apparently, Crusader alums love giving back to their alma mater, as 50.7 percent of them are currently donating to the school.

The list was comprised entirely of private schools, with two other schools from the Commonwealth- Amherst College at No. 3 and Williams College at No. 5- making the cut. The top school in the rankings was Princeton University located in Princeton New Jersey.

The Ivy League University receives donations from an impressive 61 percent of its graduates.

To see the complete list, click here.

 

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