Summer Sessions 2017
Students who have completed their registration (by making tuition payment) for a summer PaGE course may request campus housing with a (required) meal plan on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions? Contact PaGE@mtholyoke.edu
Deadline: May 5, 2017
A limited number of single rooms are available for both men and women to live in a designated Mount Holyoke residence hall. Each room provides a bed, desk and chair, dresser and wireless internet. Residents should bring their own sheets and towels; full kitchen and laundry facilities are available in the residence hall. There are also kitchenettes with microwave ovens on each floor. The residence halls do not have air-conditioning.
The total cost of a single room for summer session 1 (Check in Monday, May 29 with check out Saturday, July 8) is $696.00. The total cost of a single room for summer session 2 (Check in Sunday July 9 with check out Saturday Aug 12) is $580.00. Both sessions would be $1276.00. See below for more details and registration instructions.
Summer Session 1 (Tue, May 30 - Fri, July 7, 2017)
Check in Residence Hall: Afternoon of Monday, May 29
Class sessions begin: Tuesday, May 30
Class sessions end: Friday, July 7
Depart Residence Hall: Morning of Saturday, July 8
Summer Session 2 (Mon, July 10 – Fri, Aug 11, 2017)
Check in Residence Hall: Afternoon of Sunday, July 9
Class sessions begin: Monday, July 10
Class sessions end: Friday, August 11
Depart Residence Hall: Morning of Saturday, August 12
Summer Housing Registration
Only students who have confirmed their Mount Holyoke PaGE summer course enrollment with payment may register for this summer housing and meal plan. Eligible students must complete this registration form and send it with a check made out to Mount Holyoke College for the amount of their housing option (see choices below).
- Session 1 May 29 – July 8, 2017 $696
- Session 2 July 9 - Aug 12, 2017 $580
- Sessions 1&2 May 29 - Aug 12, 2017 $1,276*
*Students may be required to relocate during their stay.
Students living on campus are required to have health insurance and complete a health form. The Health Center is closed during the summer, but residents will be able to call Campus Police for emergencies by calling 1-911 from a campus phone or (413) 538-2304. All student residents are required to follow Mount Holyoke College campus policies or risk forfeiting their assigned room.
Meal plan options will be available for students to purchase on a weekly basis beginning with dinner on Sunday June 25, 2017 and ending with lunch on Friday August 18, 2017. The plan includes any five lunches or dinners within the seven-day week and expires at the end of the week.
No dining facilities will be open between May 28, 2017 and June 24, 2017. The summer residence hall will have a kitchen for residents to utilize.
To purchase a meal plan, follow this link to MyMountHolyoke.
You will need to log in with your MHC account, click on the purchase tab, then select Meal Plans. You can also add money to your card at Auxiliary Services or online with a credit card. The costs per week would be lunch $30.00/week, dinner $45.00/week and both lunch and dinner for $75.00/week. The deadline to sign up for summer meal plans is June 12, 2017.
Winter Session January 3-20, 2017
Winter session housing and dining services are available for current Mount Holyoke students who are enrolled in January Professional and Graduate Education (PaGE) courses. See below and the Intersession Housing page for more information.
- MHC students may request to stay on campus by completing a registration form via MyMountHolyoke and documenting enrollment in a Professional and Graduate Education winter session course.
- Residence halls will open on Monday January 2, 2017 at 9:00 am.
- Residence hall access and meals will only be granted to residential students who register by the deadline (December 6, 2016) and are approved to live on campus.
- Mount Holyoke students who have registered to stay on campus during January will have access to meals. See the January Intersession Dining for details on meal times and other services.
Others may make their own housing arrangements off campus or on campus at the Willits-Hallowell Conference Center and Hotel.