Employee Purchase Discount Programs

Office and Technology Supply Discounts

W. B. Mason and Connection both offer an employee discount program to Mount Holyoke employees.

  • All purchases are subject to MA Sales Tax where applicable
  • Each link is customized for Mount Holyoke College employees
  • Delivery to campus address
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W.B. Mason Employee Purchase Discount Program

Offering workplace essentials, from office supplies and furniture, to break room and facilities maintenance.

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Connection Employee Purchase Program

Offering products, parts and accessories related to technology.

Other Discount Programs

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Software purchases

On the Hub by Kivuto offers discounts on software including Microsoft, Windows and Adobe.

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Consortium pricing for employees

The Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium provides a direct link to discounts from a wide range of contracted supply partners.

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Cell phone discounts

Employee discounts are available from several of the major cell phone providers.

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Online Training Courses

Using Mount Holyoke College credentials, all employees have access to hundreds of online courses at Lynda.com.

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Electric bike sharing discount

Valley Bike offers a 30% discount to faculty and staff on annual membership rates for their ValleyBike Share program with bikes available at the Village Commons and other locations throughout the Pioneer Valley.

Register at the Valley Bike website and use the following codes to receive a discount:

  • Faculty and staff: use code MHFASTA
  • Students: use code MHSTUDENT

Once registered, a key fob will be sent through the mail (allow 1–2 weeks). 

A mobile app is available that give information on available bikes, maps and more.

Instructions for using the bikes are located both on the bikes and at the charging station.

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The Orchards Golf Club

The Orchards Golf Club is Mount Holyoke's 18-hole championship golf course. A shrine to the game and to its creator, The Orchards remains a hidden gem for club members and their guests. It was crafted in 1922 from 160 acres of sloping wooded terrain by the legendary Donald Ross and is now famous across the northeast for its course design. The facility has hosted the 2004 U.S. Women's Open and the 2002 NCAA Women's Division III National Championships.

The Orchards offers special pricing to Mount Holyoke faculty, staff and students.