Campus Services Quick Links
Career Development Center
Health Service: Alcohol and Drug Awareness Project (ADAP)
International Student Services
Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS)
Office of the Ombudsperson
Religious and Spiritual Life
Student Programs and Student Organizations
Vendors During Orientation
Weissman Center for Leadership
The office of Auxiliary Services is your one stop for:
Please see www.fivecolleges.edu/bus where you will find info on the fare-free Five College bus system. Note especially the link to the PDF detailing the MHC-Smith College bus and shuttle schedule, which has changed from last year.
There are regularly scheduled buses running from Mount Holyoke to Smith every day, Monday through Friday, with many scheduled to drop students on campus 10 minutes before the start of classes and pick them up about 10 minutes after the end of classes.
Seemo Shuttles are special, 11-passenger vans that make regular express runs Monday to Friday through the 2015–2016 academic year. The fall semester service for this route starts September 8, 2015 and ends December 15, 2015. There are two stops for the Seemo Shuttle at Mount Holyoke: at Blanchard Campus Center and at the stone shelter on Route 116; and two in Northampton: at Smith College’s John M. Greene Hall and at the Northampton Post Office.
Students can also use a combination of the Bus 39 routes between Smith and Hampshire and the Bus 38 route running from UMass to Amherst, Hampshire, and Mount Holyoke.
In addition, the R29 service running down Route 116 between UMass and Holyoke may be of use to you. Please note that a fare is required for this service, which will connect you directly to the Holyoke Mall.
A fare is also required for the Tiger Trolley line which runs from the Village Commons to the Holyoke Transportation Center. Use this service to get to the South Hadley Big Y.
Fares for both the R29 and the Tiger Trolley: $1.25 each way, or a one-day pass can be purchased for $3.00.
Students can also find more information about off-campus MHC shuttles on the Auxiliary Services website.
The Career Development Center (CDC) is available to help assist you with the many questions you may have about your prospective career path. You can find information about internships, on and off campus work study jobs, and career assessments to help you assess your career strengths and more. Visit CDC online to learn more about all the resources we have to offer.
ADAP provides confidential counseling and support opportunities if you have alcohol or drug concerns, are in recovery, have concerns or questions about a family member’s or another’s drinking or drug use or recovery. Visit the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Project website for information about our services, including:
Visit the Orientation for International Students website for more information.
Please visit the LITS website for more information.
The Ombudsperson exists to:
- ensure that every member of the Mount Holyoke College community receives fair and equitable treatment
- help members of the community manage conflict effectively
- act as a confidential and impartial source of assistance to students, staff, faculty or any member of the Mount Holyoke College community who believe they have been treated unfairly
We invite you to visit the Ombuds Office to learn more about the office and how we can help.
Avoid the long lines by visiting OneCard online to:
- Add value to your Onecard
- Add your parents to your account in order for them to add value to your Onecard
- Set up automatic deposits to your Onecard
Please go to the Parking Office website for all of your parking needs and to find out:
- how to register your vehicle
- where to park when you first arrive on Campus
- how you can avoid being ticketed
There is a discounted rate if you purchase your parking decal online so be sure to take advantage of the savings!
The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life welcomes you to Mount Holyoke College and hopes that you will become involved with our programs. We value strong exploration in the multifaith community as well as strong and meaningful involvement within a student's individual religious tradition. Visit the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life to learn how we can enrich your life here at MHC.
The Office of Student Programs exists to support students with opportunities for leadership, service, and engagement, creating a vibrant and inclusive co-curricular campus life that sustains MHC students as scholars, and offers them skills for leading a balanced life. Get involved! Come to the Org Fair on Wednesday, September 16, 2015.
Special Gifts to MHC Students: Class Board Fundraisers make it easy. Each year the class boards host several fundraisers to help support class events and traditions. These special gifts are always greatly appreciated by MHC students.
The student employment program at the CDC provides students with the resources they need to find fulfilling work while meeting their financial needs. Details about finding a job as a first year student can be found on the student employment information page.
Set up your new home away from home! Skip the malls and shop on campus. View the Vendor page.
Unleash your leadership potential! The Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts can help you develop your unique leadership strengths. The Center will support your academic efforts and your engagement in civic and world affairs with it's three affiliated programs:
- Speaking, Arguing, and Writing Program (SAW)
- Community Based Learning Program (CBL)
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Need a car? Borrow a Zipcar ! Mount Holyoke has partnered with Zipcar to bring self-service, on-demand car sharing to the area.