Academic Excellence: Inside Five MHC Classes
See why the Princeton Review ranked Mount Holyoke first in the category of Best Classroom Experience in 2011, and why 14 faculty have been named to the Princeton Review’s list of best 300 professors.
Creating Women Leaders: State Department Teams with Sister Colleges
In collaboration with the State Department, the Sister Colleges have launched The Women in Public Service Project (WPSP), a global initiative to promote women’s leadership in the public sector.
From specialized programs to university exchanges to internships, Mount Holyoke students have numerous opportunities abroad. In this video series, students share their experiences in Costa Rica, China, Chile, Montpellier, and Egypt!
Living Here: Five MHC Residence Halls
Experience res hall life at MHC. Our residence halls have it all: really good food, sunny rooms, crackling fireplaces, computer labs, lakeside views, awesome laundry rooms, grand pianos—and lots of laughter.
Visual and Performance Arts
Step inside MHC’s vibrant arts community, home to cutting-edge theatre artists, award-winning choreographers and dancers, artists with a passion for teaching, and renowned composers.
Why Mount Holyoke? In the words of our students, it’s the “thought-provoking classes,” “well-spoken, confident women” (“the most remarkable you’ll ever meet”), a “diverse community that values diverse opinions,” and “empowering” professors who get even prospective students involved in class discussions.