College of the Holy Cross
The College of the Holy Cross is a Jesuit high school in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. The Liberal arts college was founded by Benedict Joseph Fenwick, Bishop of Boston, in 1843. It is the oldest Roman Catholic college in New England and one of the oldest in the United States.
President is Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, SJ, the former Vice President for Mission and Ministry at Georgetown University. He was the successor to Michael C. McFarland.
Ibrahim Kalin, the foreign policy chief advisor to the Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan and the Islamic scholar Caner Dagli, 2006-2007 Advisor on Interreligious Affairs of the royal family of Jordan, among his teachers.