Who is Frances Perkins?
Who can apply as a Frances Perkins Scholar?
Mount Holyoke is a women's college that is gender diverse and welcomes applications from female, trans and non-binary students. Students who are 25 years of age or older as well as those who are married and/or have a dependent may apply for admission through The Frances Perkins Office. Additionally, veterans of military service are welcome to apply, regardless of age. Please note that those seeking a second bachelor’s degree are not eligible for the Frances Perkins Program and do not qualify to receive financial aid from Mount Holyoke College.
How will my Frances Perkins application be read?
Frances Perkins applications are read holistically, as are all applications to the College, but special emphasis is placed on college-level coursework and a student’s overall academic trajectory. The most competitive candidates to the Frances Perkins Program typically present between 40 and 64 transfer credits on an academic record that includes success in very recent coursework. Transfer credit is approved by Mount Holyoke’s registrar and by the department in which students major.
Are admission interviews required?
Interviews are required for all Frances Perkins applicants, and must be scheduled two weeks prior to the application deadline. To schedule an interview, either on campus or virtually, please contact the Frances Perkins Office.
What are my transfer requirements?
What is the age range of FPs?
Currently, the age range of Frances Perkins scholars is 25-64.
Who can apply to Mount Holyoke College?
Mount Holyoke is a women's college that is gender diverse and welcomes applications from female, trans and non-binary students.
What are my housing options?
What is the Transfer Scholars Network?
The Transfer Scholars Network is a coalition of select two- and four-year institutions from across the country whose shared mission is to expand and diversify the transfer pipeline to high-graduation-rate colleges and universities.