Visit Us

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Come see where leaders start to make their mark.

Mount Holyoke’s 700-acre campus is consistently named as one of the nation’s most beautiful. We’re located in the Pioneer Valley, a culturally vibrant area that also is incredibly scenic.

Plus, Mount Holyoke is within easy reach of three other prominent colleges and a flagship research university. Together, we form the Five College Consortium.

Mount Holyoke offers campus tours and interviews year-round. During the academic year, you can attend classes, have lunch with a current student, and meet faculty.

Call us at 413-538-2023 or email to arrange your visit.

Admission Events

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Shadow Days: Thursday, October 17

Pairing you with a current student for a day, this program lets you really get inside the Mount Holyoke experience.
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Focus on Admission: Held in early August

A day-long introduction to Mount Holyoke’s extensive academic & co-curricular opportunities and a behind the scenes look at the college admission process.
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Focus on Riding: Overnight November 14–15

An overnight program designed to give you an up close look at our award winning Equestrian program. Meet the coaches and some of the current riders.
Mount Holyoke’s BOOM conference on diversity looks to the past to better the future.

Focus on Diversity: October 26–28

An overnight program designed for high school seniors of color, and those who have championed diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at their school.
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Frances Perkins Campus Day: November 12

Designed for prospective students of non-traditional age, this day-long program will help you learn more about the Frances Perkins Program.
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Transfer Visit Day: Monday, February 17

This day-long program is designed especially for prospective transfer students and students of non-traditional age.