Registered Student Org Directory
This is a complete list of all Registered Student Organizations. Individual organization websites are linked as available and updates are the responsibility of the student organization. Organizations are removed from this list only if they have not registered with our office for at least 2 consecutive years.
The Office of Student Programs has a policy of not spamming or forwarding solicitations to individual organizations. It is the responsibility of the groups to decide whether they will make their contact information public or not. Those seeking to contact a particular group for official College business are encouraged to contact us.
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- Active Minds at Mount Holyoke College
- Box 9097
- The mission of the Active Minds chapter at MHC, is to join the fight in reducing stigma around mental health. By doing so, we hope to help students feel comfortable and safe reaching out when in need, by encouraging an open and accepting mindset on this campus. Active Minds works together with the Counseling Center at MHC to educate the MHC community on mental health related stigma and false assumptions. Encouraging and supporting help-seeking is one of our main missions this year, as it can feel very scary and alone to internalize and try to manage our experiences all by ourselves. We hope to be a resource and an outlet for every MHC student, whatever their experience may be. Learning and talking about mental health related issues is an excellent start in reducing stigma. Join us!
- Afrik Chic
- As minorities on campus, it is imperative to maintain a social, as well as cultural presence in regards to our school's mission on diversity. We certainly contribute to that initiative in a cool and engaging way by exposing those less familiar with dance traditions and practices throughout the African diaspora. The goal of Afrik Chic is to spread cultural awareness of the many types of music and dance styles throughout the African Diaspora! We also aim to support collaborative efforts with other organizations whose mission or goal focuses on empowering Blackness.
- American Red Cross, MHC
- Box 9004
- MHC American Red Cross is a student organization which is mainly concerned with community work. This club collaborates with the American Red Cross Organization, which is a humanitarian institution operating within the United States and provides emergency assistance, disaster relief, and education to the society. Since there are no other American Red Cross college clubs in Western Massachusetts, we recognize the need for their presence for creating more community service and volunteer opportunities. The main goal of MHC American Red Cross is to participate in saving lives and alleviating human suffering. This club serves to build a better sense of social responsibility among Mount Holyoke College students, through holding various awareness and charity events on-campus. We, as a student organization of an all-women's college, proudly serve and continue the great work of Clara Barton - founder of the American Red Cross.
- Amnesty International, Mount Holyoke Chapter
- Box 9017
- Our vision is of a world in which every person regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other internationally recognized human rights standards.
- Anthropology Club
- Box 9078
- The MHC Anthropology Club is dedicated to supporting and cultivating an interdisciplinary interest in Anthropology. We hold regular events, such as informational panels, get-togethers and socials, and trips to off-campus lectures.
- Arab Association, MHC
- Box 9063
- The MHC Arab Association aspires to increase awareness on the Arab culture and identity. Those interested in learning and being part of a unique cultural experience are encouraged to join us in our activities and meetings. The events aim to present facets of the countries in the Middle East and Africa including cuisine, literature, art and current events. The involvement in the association will be complimentary to students studying the Arabic language or the Middle East. It's never too late to embrace your inner Arab.
- Art History Student Association (formerly Society of Art Goddesses)
- Box 9157
- Our mission is to bring together students with an interest in art history regardless of their area of study. We plan movie nights, museum trips, information sessions about the field and lectures both in conjunction with the art history department and as separate endeavors. As such we act as liaisons between the student body and the art history department.
- Asian American Sisters in Action (AASIA)
- Box 9012
- AASIA aims to raise awareness on issues affecting Asians, Asian Americans, minorities and other communities of color; create a safe space for Asian, Asian American and minority students; fight social, economic and political injustice; and train and empower student leaders for change.
- Asian Students Association (ASA)
- Box 9001
- ASA is an inclusive organization aimed to celebrating Pan Asian heritage while increasing awareness of and appreciation for people of Asian decent and their varied cultures within Mount Holyoke and in the wider community.
- Association of Pan-African Unity - (APAU)
- Box 9002
- APAU, an organization for persons of African descent, plans and implements activities and programs designed to increase awareness of Africa's unique and diverse cultural heritage within the Mount Holyoke and the Five College community. APAU also serves as a support group that facilitates social activities to bring women of color together. APAU serves as a safe space for students of the African Diaspora and all who share, believe and support the philosophies, traditions and values of APAU.
- AWAZ (formerly South Asian Student Association)
- Box 9095
- AWAZ is a South Asian student organization at Mount Holyoke College. We work to spread awareness, inspire appreciation and foster dialogue about the past, present and future of South Asia. We aim to engage members of the Mount Holyoke community and beyond, who are interested in the shared history and culture of South Asia.