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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.
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MoHome and the World
Mount Holyoke is an uncommon community. We continue to strengthen our bonds, venture out of our comfort zones, forge ahead, support each other and celebrate all things MoHome.
Returning to campus at Mount Holyoke comes in many forms. Students back in residence halls, meals in the community center, studying in the library, on the athletic fields, lounging on Skinner Green. Faculty teaching classes and reenergizing research in laboratories. In person classes, activities, meetings, hanging out. All things we have been waiting to do.
MoHome means different things to each community member, but ultimately it defines how students, faculty, staff and alums feel about Mount Holyoke. It’s home. No matter where in the world you are, there is always a place for you here. MoHome.
A Safe and Healthy Campus
Mount Holyoke College has mandated COVID-19 vaccinations for all students and College employees.
Following the CDC, Mount Holyoke will continue to provide updated guidelines for community members on campus.
The Princeton Review ranked Mount Holyoke Number 1 for “Best Schools for Making an Impact” and No. 10 for “Best Alumni Networks.”
There are many opportunities for study at Mount Holyoke. Learn more about some of the most popular majors.
Mount Holyoke’s 2021 Common Read, “The Fire This Time,” is a collection of “thoughtful, searing, and, at times, hopeful” essays and poems about race.
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