Centers and Facilities
Mount Holyoke’s campus resources foster essential connections and conversations that build bonds and help you develop a global perspective.
The academic centers at Mount Holyoke bring together students, faculty and leaders from different disciplines and backgrounds to focus on challenging questions and interconnected answers. By encouraging visionary thinking, close collaboration and bold solutions, our academic centers are where insight and action unite.
McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives
Connect with our community’s exceptional international diversity, and build an understanding of what it means to be a citizen of the world.
Miller Worley Center for the Environment
Discover how creating a sustainable future stretches well beyond science and includes art, justice, architecture and more.
Weissman Center for Leadership
Explore and expand your leadership capacities through internships, courses, mentoring and networking opportunities.
Fimbel Maker & Innovation Lab
Turn your ideas into reality in our 8,000-square-foot makerspace. A wood and metal shop, 3D printers and more are yours to use — from sustainable architecture courses to independent student projects.
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Holding over 24,000 works of art, the Art Museum centralizes works of art from across the globe and throughout time, encouraging students to develop innovative approaches to learning with — and from — art.
Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS)
LITS combines research support, library materials and technology into a valuable resource hub for students and faculty alike.
The Speaking, Arguing, and Writing (SAW) Center is designed to offer you a unique opportunity to get useful feedback on your writing and speaking assignments from peer mentors.
Career Development Center
The CDC will help you explore your interests, refine your path, chart a course for the future and gain the practical experience you'll need to succeed.
Mount Holyoke College Science Center
The Science Center is a state-of-the-art learning and laboratory facility that the Princeton Review has named among the best in the nation.
Language & Culture Commons
The Language & Culture Commons focuses on both creative uses of technology and community-supported language enrichment opportunities.