Information to Help You Get Settled
See Maggie Brown in the Parking Office (campus police building).
Student Financial Services will issue your Summer semester tuition bill in June. The fall semester tuition bill will be issued in July. Spring semester tuition bills will be issued in early December. No paper bills will be sent. Payment on all tuition bills is typically due within 30 days. Information on eBills and setting up authorized users can be found on the ebill page. A schedule of how you will be billed for the entire program can be found on the Graduate Tuition, Fees and Billing page.
All students are required to have health insurance. You will be billed for the College’s student insurance plan with your tuition bill in July (December for Spring admits). If you have other qualifying coverage you may submit a request to waive coverage using the online process.
Incoming Student Health Forms
All incoming students must complete the entrance health requirements. The Incoming Student Packet needs to be downloaded, printed, completed, and then signed by you and your provider. Please visit the Health Services website for more information. If you have questions, please contact Health Services via email or call 413-538-2089.
Campus Services & Resources
Campus Store and Bookstore
The Odyssey Bookshop
Located: across the street from the main campus in the Village Commons
Address: Nine College Street, South Hadley, MA 01075
Phone: 413-534-7307 or 800-540-7307
Kendall Sports & Dance Complex
Inside the building are the Mount Holyoke Fitness Center and the Mount Holyoke Natatorium. Mount Holyoke students and employees, as well as patron card members, may utilize the Kendall Sports & Dance Complex. Visitors are required to swipe their OneCard at the Information Desk and the Fitness Center each time they enter. Check their website for hours of operation.
AccessAbility Services is the designated office at Mount Holyoke College that provides accommodations and support services to students with documented disabilities. Requesting accommodations with their office is a three-step process. Please see their website for more information on how to request accommodations.
It is recommended to begin the process several weeks before the start of the semester to ensure your accommodations are in place before you begin classes.
Fimbel Maker & Innovation Lab (Prospect Hall)
The Fimbel Maker & Innovation Lab staff and equipment support a wide range of classes in specific areas of study. Courses and workshops from robotics, costume-making, art studio, art history, theatre arts, and architecture are open to all students, faculty and staff. A crucial part of the Fimbel Maker & Innovation Lab mission is working with students beyond the College, especially those from underrepresented groups who are interested in engineering and science.