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The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2010

The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2010 builds on The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2003. That plan distilled a select group of ideas and priorities—goals for a six-year period—thereby providing a clear and measurable set of criteria by which to judge the institution’s progress. The College is in a much stronger position in 2003 than it was in 1997. Institutional confidence is high; we are in the final year of a very successful campaign, thanks to the extraordinary generosity of donors, especially alumnae; and we have had four consecutive years of record-breaking numbers of applications. At the same time, Mount Holyoke continues to defy the dominant trends in higher education toward large, public, nonresidential, professional, urban, and coed. Our endowment remains much smaller than those of many peer institutions; the educational marketplace has become even more competitive; and the larger world is impinging on us in ways we could not have imagined six years ago. This Plan seeks to turn challenges into opportunities.

Find out more about The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2010 by viewing the Plan itself and coverage of its aims at the following sites:

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