Explore the various parts of the catalog to find:
- learning goals and college-wide degree requirements for the bachelor's degree
- advising resources available to students
- special options like the dual-degree in engineering or teacher licensure programs
- Library, Information and Technology Support (LITS)
- Academic Centers
- Academic regulations
- Requirements and course offerings of every area of study the college offers as major, minor, Five-College certificate, or Nexus
Deadline and important dates during the semester
During Add/Drop or registration, "Search For Classes" will show you how full each class is, whether it already has a waitlist and etc.
Detailed information of the course sections offered at Smith, Amherst, Hampshire, UMass or MHC.
Detailed information concerning your individual advisees can be found here.
If you have trouble navigating my.mtholyoke, try its search function or access its Help Site.
Pathways is a software program that makes it easy for students to connect with their Mount Holyoke advising network - professors, administrators, staff - and be supported through every step of their education.
Placement exams and assessments should be completed before students register in order for them to be placed in the appropriate course.
AccessAbility Services is the only designated office at the College for students to voluntarily disclose a disability (ies), submit appropriate documentation for verification, and request accommodations. AccessAbility Services coordinates and provides accommodations and support services to students with all types of disabilities.
Students seeking exception to the academic policies or regulations of the College may submit an online petition to the Academic Administrative Board.
Detailed information on Mount Holyoke College's Honor Code policies and procedures.
National fellowships, awards, scholarships, or grants – offer funded opportunity to undertake a major educational experience or goal.
Big Picture Calendar
Department Liaisons are seniors and sometimes juniors who have been recommended by departments and programs for their particular strengths in their majors. They are also important resources for sophomores who are in the process of choosing a major.
The Community Advisors (CAs) are student staff who serve as peer advisors to members of their residence hall, generally one per floor. CAs are knowledgeable about campus resources and will make referrals as necessary.