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Since 1837, we’ve made it our mission to prepare women to face the future. To take the lead. To make a difference. The requirements? Be smart, determined, and willing to embrace change.
Mount Holyoke women build robots, stand for social justice, and climb mountains. They write for the Washington Post and give TEDx talks. They start nonprofits. Teach first-aid in Peru. Spend their summers working at the Smithsonian and on Capitol Hill. And that’s all before graduation.
When they’re finished here, they take the lead in other places—Harvard, Yale, Princeton, for starters. They earn Pulitzers and Fulbrights. They lead research in biochemistry and cancer treatment. They become lawyers, teachers, and computer scientists. In other words, they make Mary Lyon proud.
We know you’re not afraid of change. Prove it.
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Students enrolling in college for the first-time. Meet Students, Regular and Early Decision, Advanced Placement, Deferred & Early Admission, Frequently Asked Questions.
Students from two-year and community colleges, as well as from four-year colleges and universities. Requirements, Transferring Credit, Frequently Asked Questions.
Students coming to Mount Holyoke from outside the United States. Apply as a first-year student, transfer from another institution, or study here for a semester or year as an International Guest Student.
Students—25 years old or older, mothers, or veterans—completing a bachelor of arts degree. Meet Students, Financial Aid, Housing, Frequently Asked Questions.
Students with a B.A. preparing for graduate work. Meet Students, Courses, Research & Internships, Science Center, Frequently Asked Questions.
Women and men of all ages interested in graduate programs, certifications, and professional development programs. Summer courses, Master of Arts, TESOL, Math Leadership.
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