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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CAUSE: Creating Awareness and Unity for Social Equality
Box 9121
One of the largest student organizations on campus, the rough estimate of who CAUSE is amounts to about 1,600 Mt. Holyoke students. It is Mt. Holyoke's umbrella community service organization. Through partnerships with community organizations, awareness raising events and volunteer projects, CAUSE connects the Mt. Holyoke student body with community service opportunities throughout the Pioneer Valley, including Holyoke, Springfield and South Hadley.
Cheerleading, MHC
Box 9026
MHC Cheerleading aims to support the MHC Basketball team while bonding as a squad in our common goal to engage the spirit of the Mount Holyoke College Community. All levels of ability and experience are welcomed and encouraged to join. Above all we have fun and improve our cheerleading skills.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club
Box 9101
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Club encourages students to nurture and share their appreciation of these subjects through casual presentations and group discussions. The meetings also serve to facilitate social networking between current students and alumnae in the chemistry and biochemistry majors. Additionally, we will organize events featuring fun activities with educational value in order to generate interest in chemistry and biochemistry within the general student population. With support and guidance from the chemistry department, we hope to promote cooperative learning outside the classroom.
Chinese Christian Fellowship, MHC
Box 9117
Chinese Christian Fellowship is a gathering of Chinese students that follow Christ or simply are interested in Christianity or the Bible. We have activities that are informative and educational, and we also form a support group and encourage each other by sharing and studying the Bible.
Chinese Cultural Association (CCA)
Box 9027
Chinese Cultural Association (CCA) is an organization that promotes the vibrant and diversified culture of China. CCA also coorporate with other Asian cultural organizations to promote diversity within Mount Holyoke College. Annually CCA sponsors and organizes several important events, including the Mid-Autumn Festival, Variasians, and China Night. In addition, informal meetings and interesting activities are planned throughout the semester, encouraging everyone to join and interact with others.
Chinese Dance Club
Box 9087
The mission of Chinese Dance Club is to strengthen and increase the flexibility of body, inculcate the appreciation of beauty through dance movement and to promote Chinese culture, especially that of ethnic minorities to more of the student body in MHC.
Chorale
Box 9035
Chorale is a fun, dynamic choral ensemble directed by Lindsay Pope and open to Mount Holyoke students from all four class years, grad students, and faculty and staff. Chorale is also a registered student organization that requires twice weekly rehearsals for which students receive one academic credit per semester. We perform in four major concerts throughout the academic year including the annual Family & Friends Weekend Concert in October and Vespers in December. Chorale also collaborates with other chorale ensembles within the Five Colleges and beyond. We believe that Chorale is a true musical community, and that choral music is especially important because it offers an accessible avenue of active participation for singers of all backgrounds. If you want to sing beautiful music, make new friends, and have a wonderful time, consider joining Chorale!
Class of 2014
Box 9031
Class of 2015
Box 9046
The Class Board of 2015 strives to unify the 2015 class community of Mount Holyoke College through coordinating class activities, traditions and Class Board functions.
Class of 2016
Box 9051
Class of 2017
Box 9118
We are a vehicle for communication and support for the class of 2017. We aim to promote unity and class pride, as well as serve as a link between the student body and the administration.
Classics Society, Mount Holyoke - Not Registered
Box 9164
The Mount Holyoke Classics Society is a place where you can experience the ancient world through a modern eye. Join us for movies, lectures, museum trips, archeological digs, and toga parties.
Climate Justice Coalition, MHC
Box 9130
The MHC Climate Justice Coalition aims to educate and encourage action around issues of Climate Justice. We hope to increase the awareness of issues of climate injustice and empower students to take action for a more just, sustainable and equitable future.
Club Sports Council
Box 9013
The mission of the MHC CSC is to enhance the overall club sport athlete experience by maintaining a commitment to academic and athletic excellence and promoting meaningful engagement of club sport athletes in the athletic, campus and local communities.
Coalition for Gender Awareness (COGA)
Box 9088
The Coalition for Gender Awareness supports and affirms the various gender identities existing within the Mount Holyoke Community through the cultivation of a safe space, educational outreach, advocacy, and visibility. We seek to engage our community members in respectful dialogue in order to reach mutual understanding and foster a campus free of discrimination. CoGA hopes to serve as an inspiration, not just for the Pioneer Valley, but for what is possible in the world. We aim to work as a liaison between marginalized groups (specifically individuals of variant gender) and the power structures here on campus. One of our major goals is to give those silenced individuals a chance to have their voices heard.
College Democrats
Box 9032
Today Mount Holyoke College is home to a very diverse, global, and liberal community. The objective of the Mount Holyoke College Democrats is to foster the democratic ideals and political activism already pervasive on campus. The MHC Dems seek to involve the students of Mount Holyoke College in the local, national, and state-wide campaign efforts of the Democratic Party. As an official chapter of the College Democrats of America (CDA), the MHC Dems coordinate with the CDA each year on national campaign invasions, conventions, and mass demonstrations. MHC Dems also remain active members of the College Democrats of Massachusetts and, on a more local level, coordinate 5-College Democrats activities with Smith, Amherst, and Hampshire Colleges as well as the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
College Republicans
Box 9033
The mission of the Mount Holyoke College Republicans is: to encourage bipartisan conversation and debate on campus, to bring Republican and conservative speakers to campus, to educate the Mount Holyoke community on the Republican Party's platform and ideology, and to provide conservative Mount Holyoke women with a political network within the New England region.
Computer Science Club
Box 9060
Our mission is to introduce and inform students about computer science by highlighting its versatility and usefulness and provide support to current and prospective computer science majors and minors.
Conscious Poets Society
Box 9015
The goal of the Conscious Poet Society is to use poetry and various art forms as a means to raise awareness of topics important to us. Also, as a group of conscious artists, we will reach out to our community and to those whose voices need to be heard. For we have the chance to communicate in ways in which few others can. We welcome all poets, writers, actors, activists, and lovers of performance. Our goal is to envision what the CPS can bring to Mount Holyoke and the world around us.