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HCHC at a Glance




Full-Time Undergraduate (Hellenic College): 99

  • Men: 60 (60.6%)

  • Women: 39 (39.4%)

Full-Time Graduate (Holy Cross): 96

  • Men: 82 (85.4%)

  • Women: 14 (14.6%)

Graduation Rate: 45%

Retention Rate: 81%


Total Full-Time Faculty: 21

  • Hellenic College: 9

  • Holy Cross: 12

100% of tenured faculty (all department chairs) hold terminal degrees in their fields.

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • Classics

  • Elementary Education

  • Human Development (Psychology)

  • Literature & History (English)

  • Management & Leadership (Business)

  • Religious Studies

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Divinity

  • Master of Theological Studies

  • Master of Theology

Certificate Programs

  • Certificate in Byzantine Music

  • Diaconate Program


Full-Time Tuition and Fees

  • $21,940 per academic year

  • $10,970 per semester

Room & Board (Single)

  • $16,192 per academic year

  • $8,096 per semester

See Tuition and Fees for estimated total cost of attendance.

Student Loans

Median Borrowing

  • $15,500

Federal Loan Payment

  • $159.08

Loan Default Rate (Cohort 2013)

  • 4.30%

Religious Affiliation

Eastern Orthodox Christian

  • 99% Orthodox

  • 1% Non-Orthodox

  • 76% Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

  • 23% Other Orthodox Jurisdictions

Other Orthodox Jurisdictions and Eastern Christian Churches Represented:

Albanian, Antiochian, Bulgarian, Coptic, Church of Greece, Indian, Indonesian, OCA, Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Patriarchate of Moscow, ROCOR, Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian




52 hilltop acres overlooking the Boston city skyline in Brookline, MA

  • Minutes from downtown Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science, and a world of cultural opportunities 

  • Convenient driving distance from beaches, skiing, and historic New England landmarks

Campus Buildings

  • Archbishop Cavadas Administration Building

  • Archbishop Iakovos Library & Learning Resource Center

  • Condakes Cafeteria

  • Skouras Classroom Building

  • Pappas Gymnasium & Leadership 100 Fitness Center

  • Polemanakos Dormitory

  • Halki Village

  • Dendrinos Village

  • Holy Cross Chapel

  • Maliotis Cultural Center

Intramural Athletics

  • Basketball

  • Flag Football

  • Soccer

  • Volleyball

Student Clubs & Organizations

  • Student Government Association

  • Campus Activities Board

  • The Daily Bread Newspaper

  • Married Student Association

  • Missions Committee

  • Athletics Committee

  • Orthodox Christian Fellowship

  • Sonia Belcher's HCHC Ambassadors

  • Hellenic College Psychology Club

Vision Statement

To be the intellectual, educational and spiritual formation center of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, stimulating, developing, and sustaining ordained and lay vocations for service to Church and society, based on faith.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, color, national or ethnic origin, marital status, veteran status, religion, age, or disability. We seek to provide opportunities and experiences for all students on an equal basis. Application questions marked as not required are used for summary reporting purposes to ascertain compliance with the college's guidelines only. These answers are not used as a basis for admission or in any discriminatory manner.

*Enrollment, tuition, student loan, and alumni data updated 3.30.17.