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Mount Holyoke attracts ambitious and independent-minded students from around the world to our tight-knit, inclusive, socially conscious community.
As one of the most diverse research liberal arts colleges in the United States, Mount Holyoke combines rigorous, innovative academics with embedded career experiences that prepare students for leadership on a global scale. Our graduates are consistently recognized for doing groundbreaking work — in all fields, on all continents and in a vast array of languages. Mount Holyoke is a women's college that is gender diverse: We welcome applications from female, transgender and nonbinary students.
If your community has recently been impacted by natural disaster or community crisis, we understand that you may not be able to meet Mount Holyoke’s posted application deadlines. The Office of Admission is glad to work with those affected. Should you anticipate a delay in the submission of your application or credentials, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an extension.
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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.
Graduate programs, certifications, and professional development programs for all ages. Summer courses, Master of Arts, TESOL, Math Leadership.
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