Winter/Spring 2013 Campaign Newsletter
Mount Holyoke freezes tuition—again! The College's decision to freeze tuition for the second year in a row for 2013-2014 made national headlines. Read this story and more in the newsletter.
Celebrating 175 Years of Women of Influence
This year, Mount Holyoke celebrates the 175th anniversary of the College’s opening—an act that launched a revolution in women’s education—and a tribute to the thousands of alumnae who have used their Mount Holyoke educations to create, contribute, inspire, and lead. View the website.
Office of Advancement and The Mount Holyoke Fund
The Office of Development has a new name: Office of Advancement. Same mission, new name. This change better reflects the work of the department: to advance the mission and interests of Mount Holyoke. In addition, The Annual Fund is changing its name to The Mount Holyoke Fund to make more explicit the connection between alumnae giving and the College. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Advancing Beyong the Ordinary: Chiedza Mufunde '12
When Chiedza Mufunde ’12 took her seat between Congresswoman Nita Lowey ’59 and feminist activist Gloria Steinem for a panel discussion at the U.S. State Department’s launch of the Women in Public Service Project in December, she simultaneously felt disbelief and incredible excitement. More
Building a Global Community: Nancy Sun '80
"Because of Mount Holyoke, we all have the ability to succeed in any environment. We know how to collaborate with other people regardless of where they are from or what their experiences have been. That’s a legacy worth supporting." More
Campaign News Winter/Spring 2012
Mount Holyoke's international roots run deep. The College is grateful for the wide-ranging support it receives from the 2,400 alumnae living outside the U.S. More
Carol Hoffmann Collins ’63 Professorship of
A longtime supporter of things international at Mount Holyoke, Carol Collins recently established an endowed chair in international studies. More
Dedication of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment
On October 29, the College dedicated the Miller Worley Center for the Environment in honor of a $5 million gift from former Board of Trustees Chair Leslie Miller '73 and husband Richard Worley.
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Mary Lyon Society: Smart Planning Bears Fruit
During their lifetimes, Elizabeth Page Greenawalt ’36 and her husband, Russell, of Rochester, New York, wanted to support Mount Holyoke in an enduring way. They took a creative philanthropic approach, blending their ability to make gifts during their lifetimes with thoughtful estate planning—all of which had significant benefits for both themselves and the College. More
Campaign Crosses Two-Thirds Point
The Campaign for Mount Holyoke has raised more than $204 million towards its $300 million goal to support the endowment, programs, facilities, and scholarships. More
Mount Holyoke College Community Boathouse
The new boathouse, a Campaign priority completed in spring 2010, has become the long-deserved "boat home" of the MHC Crew Team. It will also support community rowing programs for people of all ages and abilities. See the Video
Pasquerella Begins Presidency
Lynn Pasquerella '80 assumed the presidency of Mount Holyoke College July 1 with a full agenda, an open door, and an unlimited supply of energy and enthusiam. More
Joanne V. Creighton Honored with Naming of Residence Hall
During a May 6 celebration honoring Mount Holyoke's outgoing president, trustees announced they will name the College's new residence hall Joanne V. Creighton Hall. More
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