Housing and Dining

Summer Session Housing and Dining information for 2016 will be updated in March. See below for 2015 dates and costs.  Questions? Contact PaGE@mtholyoke.edu

Summer Sessions 2015

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. 

Deadline: May 1, 2015

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; laundry facilities are available in the residence hall. There are kitchenettes with microwave ovens on each floor. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served Monday to Friday buffet style in one of the College’s dining facilities. There will be no meals served on weekends.

The total cost of a single room and three meals a day (Mon-Fri only) for each five-week summer session is $1,127.  There is an extra fee to stay on campus between Summer Sessions (continuous). See below for more details and registration instructions.

Summer Session 1 (May 26-July 1, 2015)
Check in Residence Hall:        Afternoon of Monday, May 25
Dining service begins:             Breakfast on Tuesday, May 26
Dining service ends:                Dinner on Wednesday, July 1
Depart Residence Hall:            Morning of Thursday, July 2

Summer Session 2 (July 7-August 12, 2015)
(meals not available Aug 10-12)
Check in Residence Hall:        Afternoon of Monday, July 6
Dining service begins:             Breakfast on Tuesday, July 7
Dining service ends:                Dinner on Friday, August 7
Depart Residence Hall:            Morning of Thursday, August 13

All 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.

Summer Housing and Dining Registration
Only students who have confirmed their Mount Holyoke PAGE summer course enrollment with payment may register for the 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 and dining option (see choices below).

  1. Session 1         May 26 - July 1, 2015   - $1,127
  2. Session 2         July 7  - Aug 12, 2015   - $1,127
  3. Sessions 1&2   May 26 - Aug 12, 2015 - $2,373*    

*Students will need to move out during the break between sessions of their Session 1 residence hall to a different hall for Session 2.

Send the form and check (payable to Mount Holyoke College) for the amount of your selected summer housing and dining option to:

Amy Nichols
Professional and Graduate Education
Mount Holyoke College
Merrill House
50 College Street, South Hadley, MA 01075

You will receive confirmation of your summer housing and meal plan by email.  For more information, please contact page@mtholyoke.edu.

Winter Session January, 2016

Winter session housing is available for current Mount Holyoke students who are enrolled in Professional and Graduate Education 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 ISIS and documenting enrollment in a Professional and Graduate Education winter session course.
  • Residence halls will open on Sunday January 3, 2016 at 9:00 am.
  • Residence hall access and meals will only be granted to residential students who register by the deadline (December 8, 2015) 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.