Your support makes a world of difference and our students are grateful!

By MHC Development on April 8, 2016 at 1:58 PM

Thank you for helping me to find my passion. If it weren’t for your generous donation, I would never have learned to row, speak Arabic, or gotten the opportunity to study abroad. Thank you for continuing to support Mount Holyoke and the many, many students who rely on your help to attend. - Azulina Green ’17

Thank you so much for your generous donation and support of MHC! I really appreciate the support of our amazing science programs. As a neuroscience major, I’ve benefited immensely from our school’s resources and incredible professors that have prepared me for my career in occupational therapy. - Joy ’16

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Thank an Alum Days are here!

By MHC Development on April 5, 2016 at 1:08 PM

The time has come once again to call attention to how alumnae gifts—large and small—create the incredible "Mount Holyoke experience" that makes our alma mater unique. To honor the thousands of alumnae who support Mount Holyoke each year, The Mount Holyoke Fund is hosting its third annual Thank an Alum Days this week, April 5-7.

Join us for Thank an Alum Days events on campus April 5-7!

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Alumnae support makes a world of difference for our students

By MHC Development on March 28, 2016 at 3:08 PM

Alumnae support—in gifts of any size, large and small—enable students to have the incredible educational experience only available at Mount Holyoke. From once-in-a-lifetime internship opportunities to state-of-the-art labs and classrooms, your support makes a world of difference and our students are grateful:


"Thank you so much for the beautiful art museum on campus. Thanks to you, I am able to pursue an art history major with a minor in French. I have never enjoyed school this much, and I hope to be able to give back to Mount Holyoke College after I graduate. Thank you!" —Sabrina Smith '17

"Thank you for leadership opportunities. Your support allows me to pursue my passion and find my voice." —Celine Mudahakana '17

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