The University of Holy Cross was established in 1916 at West Bank of the Mississippi, USA. In 2016, the institution, Our Lady of Holy Cross College, was renamed the University of Holy Cross. The university of Holy Cross atmosphere is more attention on team of professionals and entrepreneurial environment. The focus is always on excellence in research, to support students, caring faculty all dedicated to get out of educational experience. There are more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. The university offering two doctoral degrees, seven post graduate degrees, twenty-two undergraduate degrees and six associate’s degrees. The University of Holy Cross is having Center for Teaching and Learning, Blaine Library, Office of Student Life, Campus Ministry and the Students Counseling room. The University has selected to expand its support services for writing in the disciplines titled. The main goal of this university is all students to enter their professional careers with excellent communication skills needed for their success. The University student population is 1, 250. The students are coming from different countries. Recently number of student has been a significant increased. The University of Holy Cross offering Merit scholarships and Grants for excellent performance students. This university offering Dual Enrollment programm, it is an innovative program gives qualified high school juniors or seniors opportunities to earn college credits. The University of Holy Cross is a small university with a 10:1 student-faculty ratio and it is an ideal place for students to ease into college courses. The university Faculty members are encouraged to initiate group research projects in their area of specialization. The main objectives of research should be to improve and to generate new knowledge. Dr. Norman Hollis Robinson, is a news anchor for WDSU-TV New Orleans Channel 6 and he worked in the news department 1992-2014. Kathleen Dimaggio, she is Professor at department of Pharmacology. She is doing excellent research work on Pharmacology and Nursing Process approach.