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Open House Saturday, October 23

See for yourself -- in person!

You are invited...

to join us on Saturday, October 23 for our Open House! Start the day with breakfast, then take a tour of our beautiful campus, get a taste of the classroom experience, and learn everything you want to know about Hellenic College. 

  • Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
  • Address: 50 Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA 02445 (Directions)
  • Place: Reading Room, Archbishop Iakovos Library

The Open House will follow our school's Covid-19 safety protocol, which requires that all visitors provide proof of full Covid-19 vaccination. Please bring either a vaccination card or photo along with a mask for the event. Likewise, in order to manage crowd size, we ask that only parents or a designated surrogate join students on their visit to campus. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Bruce Beck, Director of Enrollment Management, at bbeck@hchc.edu.

For answers to any other questions or to register for the Open House please complete this brief form or send a text to 617-850-1345.

Open House Registration

HCHC Aerial with downtown Boston

Hellenic College Holy Cross Campus Overlooks the City of Boston

With its wealth of colleges and universities, museums, live music venues, and restaurants, Boston offers a vibrant and rich educational and cultural environment in which to live.

New Foundations Forward Core Curriculum

The new core curriculum introduces students to each of our majors. Our goal is simple—to give our students broad exposure to all our academic strengths so that they can discover their path, one that matches their interests, skills, and hopes for the future. Courses are drawn from the following fields: Orthodox Studies, Literature, History, Classics, Fine Arts, Philosophy, Language, Math and Science, and Interdisciplinary.

Pursue Your Interests ...

within one of six service-focused majors to discover your interests, develop your skills, and forge your moral vision in a supportive community:

  • Business Management
  • Psychology and Human Development
  • Religious Studies
  • Classics
  • Literature and History
  • Liberal Studies
  • Education (minor)

From Boston to Athens

One course per semester is a travel course anchored in the city of Boston, culminating in an optional study-abroad semester in Athens, Greece.

Expansive Course Options at Area Colleges

Expand your horizons by taking courses at nearby Boston College or Regis College.

Hellenic College Holy Cross