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Campaign Spotlight

MHC Hosts National Field Hockey Championship
November 23, 2009
High drama was the order of the day on a balmy Sunday afternoon in November when the NCAA was on campus for the Division III women's field hockey championship game. More...

 

Philadelphia Celebrates Mount Holyoke
September 30, 2009
Alumnae, parents, and friends gathered on September 30 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia to celebrate Mount Holyoke. Click here to view photos

 

Kendall Fitness Center Opens for Business
September 1, 2009
A state-of-the-art fitness center completes the Kendall Sports and Dance Complex renovations, one of the priorities of the Campaign for Mount Holyoke. More... | View Photos

 

Campaign Update July 2009
July 30, 2009
A message from Leslie Anne Miller '73, campaign cochair; Barbara M. Baumann '77, campaign cochair; and Charles Haight, vice president for Development, on the Campaign for Mount Holyoke. More...

 

Deferred Charitable Gift Annuity
Class of 1974 co-head class agents Debby Hall and Jane Zimmy established deferred charitable gift annuities with Mount Holyoke to support the College while securing a fixed income stream for retirement. "We're two M.B.A.s who believe that the gift annuity is one of the best investments around right now." More...

 

Kendall Sports and Dance Complex Pool Dedication
May 8, 2009
The dedication of Kendall Sports and Dance Complex's recently renovated swimming pool and new scoreboard was held on Friday, May 8, 2009. Photos and more...

 

New Dance Studios Make Debut
April 30, 2009
Two new dance studios make their debut this spring in the newly completed addition to Kendall Sports and Dance Complex. More...

 

Campaign Tops $173.7 Million
May 13, 2009
The Campaign for Mount Holyoke recently topped $173.7 million, having raised $19 million in new gifts and pledges since July 1, 2008, the beginning of the College's fiscal year. With a $300 million goal, the Campaign, which launched in October 2006, is well past its midpoint. More...

 

Creative Ways to Gift Real Estate
Making a whole or partial gift of real estate can be a tax-efficient way to benefit both you and Mount Holyoke. See how alums Gretchen Wuth Hays '64 and Elizabeth Bush Mueller '44 were each able to turn their real estate into lasting gifts for the College.

 

President and Board Chair Address Economy
October 30, 2008
In a letter to the extended community, President Creighton and Board Chair Leslie Anne Miller '73 discuss MHC's fiscal health and current economic conditions. More...

 

MHC Celebrates New Athletic Facilities and Dorm
Amid a weekend filled with family reunions and happy moments, the Mount Holyoke community paused to celebrate the dedications of two special additions to the campus: the College's first new residence hall in more than 40 years and a new, state-of-the-art track and field facility. More...

 

The Campaign for Mount Holyoke: Halfway There!
At the end of June, The Campaign for Mount Holyoke reached another important milestone$156.3 million has been raised toward the $300 million goal. "This achievement signals yet again the commitment of our alumnae and friends to supporting the revolutionary enterprise that is Mount Holyoke College," said President Joanne V. Creighton. More...

 

The New Residence Hall: a Campaign Priority
In Septemeber 2008, Mount Holyoke welcomed students into the new residence hall. While in harmony with the traditional beauty of the College, this "green" building also represents modern environmentally sustainable and energy-efficient architecture. More...

 

New York Celebrates Mount Holyoke
Thursday, April 10, 2008, a gala event was held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Special guests included Congresswoman Nita Melnikoff Lowey '59, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85, and President Joanne Creighton. More...

 

Track and Field of Dreams: a Priority of the Campaign for Mount Holyoke
In October of 2007, Mount Holyoke debuted its new track and field facility, a priority of the $300 million Campaign for Mount Holyoke. Athletes and coaches are already reaping the bnefits of this new state of the art facility. Field and track coach Christine Lee said seeing her team practice has been "a dream." More...

 

Annual Fund Surpasses $8 Million Goal in 2006-2007
One year after the launch of The Campaign for Mount Holyoke, spirits are high as the Annual Fund exceeds the $8 million goal for the fiscal year of 2006-2007. Maria Mossaides '73, chair of the Annual Fund Committee, credits this inspiring outcome in large part to the more than 1,100 Mount Holyoke alumnae who accepted the challenge of making a leadership gift to the Cornerstone Program, heeding the call to help Mount Holyoke accomplish great things. More...

 

MHC Campaign Tops $100 Million
The Campaign for Mount Holyoke has reached one-third of its $300 million goal. As of March 31, gifts and pledges to the Campaign from more than 19,000 donors total $100.4 million. More...

 

$300 Million Campaign for MHC Launched
On October 28, 2006, hundreds of alumnae and supporters gathered on campus to celebrate the kick-off of The Campaign for Mount Holyoke. The daylong program highlighted the College’s opportunities for international study and research, including the dedication of The Dorothy R. and Norman E. McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives. More...

 

McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives Hosts Panel
The October 28 dedication of the Dorothy R. and Norman E. McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives featured a panel on Middle East challenges. Podcasts...

 

Institutional Investor Article on Mount Holyoke Endowment
Audrey McNiff ’80, Trustee and Chair of MHC’s Investment Committee, tells Institutional Investor readers about Mount Holyoke’s Ivy League approach to investing the endowment.


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