What are the Class Boards?
The class boards are elected members of each class year, whose primary duties are to bring their class together by sponsoring activities that promote group cohesion and bonding. Each class board is responsible for carrying on some of the most important Mount Holyoke traditions. The rising sophomore, junior, and senior boards are elected in the spring for the following academic year while the first year board is elected within the first few weeks of October. Typically each board consists of at least six class officers including a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and two social chairs. The class boards share a common guiding constitution.
To learn more about what class boards do, or to find out how to run for class boards, please check out the web site or contact the Office of Student Programs.