Financial Facts

When you give to Mount Holyoke College, you invest in a world of opportunities for our students. Each and every dollar helps to advance the College's mission of providing a bold liberal arts experience at the highest level of academic excellence. In 2019-2020, thousands of members of the Mount Holyoke community generously committed $30.7 million in gifts and pledges.

FY20 Gifts and Pledges by Source

Of the $30.7 million in new gifts and pledges, $28.1 million came from alums, parents and friends of the College through gifts, pledges and bequests.

Gift Sources: 86.9% Alums, Corporations/Foundations 8.2%, Friends 3.9%, Parents 0.7%, Other 0.4%
Gift Sources: Alums 86.9%, Corporations/Foundations 8.2%, Friends 3.9%, Parents 0.7%, Other 0.4%

FY20 Gifts and Pledges by Purpose

Gifts by Purpose: Endowment 61.6%, Mount Holyoke Fund 29.4%, Programs 8.6%, Facilities 0.4%
Gifts by Purpose: Endowment 61.6%, Mount Holyoke Fund 29.4%, Programs 8.6%, Facilities 0.4%

FY20 Revenue Sources

Tuition and fees made up approximately 61% of the College's annual revenue, while income from the College's endowment provided 24%, and gifts and contributions another 11%.

Revenue Sources: Net Student Charges 61%; Investment Income 24%; Mount Holyoke Fund 6%; Auxiliaries & Other 4%; Other Expendable Gifts 5%
Revenue Sources: Net Student Charges 61%; Investment Income 24%; Mount Holyoke Fund 6%; Auxiliaries & Other 4%; Other Expendable Gifts 5%

FY20 College Expenses

Approximately 82% of the College's annual operating expenses went towards instruction, research, academic support and student services.

College Expenses: Academic Programs & Support 30%; LITS 10%; Student Services 15%; Plant 15%; Institutional Support 12%; Auxiliary Services 5%; Debt Service 5%; Restricted Expenses 7%; Contingencies 1%
College Expenses: Academic Programs & Support 30%; LITS 10%; Student Services 15%; Plant 15%; Institutional Support 12%; Auxiliary Services 5%; Debt Service 5%; Restricted Expenses 7%; Contingencies 1%