The Parking Office is responsible for managing parking resources and maintaining safe access for emergency vehicles and campus deliveries at Mount Holyoke College.
Dining Services serves food in the Community Center, the hub of student life and community on campus. Because we recognize that dining preferences and needs are extremely individual, we offer diverse and extensive menu options, as well as flexible hours. We consistently work to provide a safe and pleasant dining environment for everyone at Mount Holyoke College.
Event Services acts as the liaison between campus service departments and the greater campus community. We reserve campus spaces during the academic year for co-curricular events and coordinate services such as media and Facilities Management needs. The Event Services Office also provides publicity for events by posting to the MHC Events Calendar and the Five College Calendar.
Facilities Management is the office responsible for maintaining 300 acres and more than 2,000,000 square feet of property in 100+ buildings, the oldest of which was built in 1852. Facilities Management uses a web-based work order system called TeamWorks for service requests.
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The majority of Mount Holyoke's indoor athletic and recreational facilities are housed in the Kendall Sports & Dance Complex. Originally constructed in 1950, the facility has quadrupled in size to 115,399 square feet as a result of significant expansions in both 1984 and 2009. Facilities include Fitness Center, Gymnasium, Dance Studios, Turf & Track, Soccer, Tennis Courts, and more.
Kendall Sports & Dance Complex
Our campuses, area downtowns and shopping centers are all linked by a free bus system during the academic year. The Five College campuses are linked by a daily bus service during the academic year. Some routes include stops at local towns and shopping centers.