April 18, 2017

Telling. Compelling. Propelling.

And so it begins: your story, your quest, your journey.

Propelled and amplified by our global community.
A sensational, all-senses-activated community.
An inclusive, forward-looking community steeped in tradition.

March 24, 2017

The MHC experience? “Ah-mazing!”

Sometimes first impressions say it all.

“The first thing that struck me was the community. The people you meet here are going to be life-changing.”

“I came for accepted-students weekend. I was so excited to be in a place where finally it was fun to love school.”

Students come to Mount Holyoke for the inclusive global community. For the love of amazing classes, conversations, opportunities and empowerment. For the company of seriously surprising and inspiring peers who seek to redefine frontiers of every field imaginable. 

See how current students, in this video produced for newly accepted applicants to the class of 2021, express why they came to Mount Holyoke — and what sets the MHC experience apart.

Watch the video.

March 2, 2017

Spring is here!

A warm breeze, the unmistakable scent of life and growth, the riot of colors in the blooms of early flowers — all are welcome harbingers of warmer, brighter days to come. That’s perhaps why the Mount Holyoke College Flower Show remains a perennial (ahem) favorite among Western Massachusetts residents.

October 28, 2016

Zainab Salbi: uncomfortable conversations as a way forward

The 2016 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence is Zainab Salbi, an Iraqi-American author, media presence, and activist. Salbi has dedicated her life to women’s rights and freedom. She is the founder of Women for Women International, a humanitarian organization that distributes aid and microcredit to help women survivors of wars to rebuild their lives. As editor-at-large for Women in the World, a news platform produced in collaboration with the New York Times, she reports on the intersection of Middle Eastern and Western cultures.

October 14, 2016

Advancing stellar research

Mount Holyoke College chair of astronomy Darby Dyars mission? Include her students in exploring Mars and planetary science. Offer experiences—as undergrads—that prepare them to further their scientific studies. And give them the confidence to launch exciting careers.

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