Access and Inclusion
Jump to content
Jump to Navigation
Visit the campus updates page for information on Mount Holyoke's response to the global pandemic. The Opening the Gates site also contains details about the fall semester.
You are here
Come visit Mount Holyoke College which consistently wins awards for being one of the most beautiful campuses in the U.S....in any season. We invite you to supplement your visit with our many virtual engagement options.
General Campus Tour: 60-75 minutes
Tour our campus with a current Mount Holyoke student. Campus tours are offered on most weekdays and Saturdays. We do recommend that you sign up prior to your campus visit to confirm tour dates and times. Tours begin from the Office of Admission, Newhall Center.
Self-Guided Campus Tour
Tour our campus at your own pace using our Guidebook app. Our student-narrated, Self-Guided Tour offers an in-depth look at Mount Holyoke. We encourage you to join our mailing list so we can be in touch after your visit.
Information Session: 45 minutes (virtual)
Information Sessions, conducted by admission staff members, are opportunities to learn about our academic programs, career preparation, the student experience, and the admissions process. The sessions include time for discussion and questions.
Student Athlete Visits
We encourage all student-athletes to tour the Kendall Sports and Dance Complex and schedule a time to meet with a coach during your visit. You can also tour the Equestrian Center, just a short walk from the heart of Mount Holyoke’s campus. The facilities allow students to pursue dressage, jumping, hunter seat equitation, western, and cross-country training. The Equestrian Center encourages you to call 413-538-2272 or email prior to your visit as summer hours are variable.
Other Visit Options
Please visit our Virtual Visits and Programs page to learn more about the variety of specialized events we offer for prospective students and families throughout the year.
A Member of the