List of College of The Holy Cross Alumni

This list of College of the Holy Cross alumni includes graduates and non-graduate, former students at the College of the Holy Cross. Since its founding in 1843, Holy Cross has graduated 157 classes of students and as of 2005-06 academic year has approximately 35,000 alumni.

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