Mount Holyoke values our counseling partnerships, both with school counselors and with community-based organizations. The information below is intended to serve as a general resource and starting point. For more detailed updates, we invite you to sign up for our counselor newsletter or be in touch with our Admission Staff.
Sign up for our Counselor Newsletter
Every six weeks, we’ll update you with a word from Dean Leykia Nulan, need-to-know Admission Office items like news and events, and a Mount Holyoke fun fact.
We’ve established a portal for counselors through Slate.org! This free platform allows you to submit applicant documents, view applicant checklists and track admission decisions. Register for the counselor portal >
The InitialView platform allows students to view 90-second pitches from colleges all over the country — view Mount Holyoke’s pitch here. When students “high five” their favorite schools on the platform, it guarantees a response from their admission counselor. We’re excited to connect with interested students in this way!
By the Numbers
We want to be clear: our admission process isn’t just about facts and statistics. But since we do understand that some of your students ask what a “typical admit” might look like, here are some general guidelines to help you advise your students.
Get to know the Community
Visit Us, Virtually
The best way for students — and counselors — to learn more about Mount Holyoke is to experience it for themselves. We’ve worked hard to replicate the campus visit experience in the virtual space and hope you’ll agree!
Find your Admission Counselor
Visit our Admission Staff page. Click on the profile link to find our contact information and get to know us a bit better.
Need a Panelist?
Ask us! We’re expert at conveying the value of gender-diverse women’s college, of course. But we’re also happy to represent the selective liberal arts college perspective, talk about our thriving Five College Consortium, or host an essay-writing workshop.
Explore the Five Colleges
Mount Holyoke is part of one of the longest-standing consortia in the country: the Five College Consortium. This partnership — between Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith colleges and the University of Massachusetts Amherst — expands academic, cocurricular and social opportunities for students on all five campuses. Interested in touring? Add your name to our interest list for our October Five College Counselor Program.