Twenty-four Mount Holyoke students traveled to Washington D.C. over spring break to learn about careers in public service from esteemed MHC alumnae.
A national award confirms that videoconferencing with global partners advances international learning across the curriculum for MHC students.
MHC’s annual Senior Symposium on April 11 will showcase 122 seniors and their intellectual passions, independent projects, and scholarly research.
Cathleen Pruden '16 became the first swimmer in MHC history to finish in the top eight at the NCAA Division III National Championships.
MHC's Equestrian Team wrapped up its regular season show schedule on March 8, winning its seventh High Point Champion title. MHC won seven of eight regular season shows. The Lyons sent 19 riders to Regionals on March 29 and hosted the Zone Championships on April 5 at the MHC Equestrian Center.
With its introduction of The Lynk—a systematic approach to connecting students’ academic work with practical experience and career exploration—Mount Holyoke has partnered with the Fullbridge Program to offer a business fundamentals course on campus June 2–27. Special funding is still available for the first ten MHC applicants, and the program is geared toward current sophomores and juniors. Eligible students may apply for funding through The Lynk initiative.
May 1—deadline for financial aid renewal applications for the 2014–2015 academic year. More information on reapplying for financial aid: www.mtholyoke.edu/sfs/current.
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