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Religious and Spiritual Life at Mount Holyoke College
Here at Mount Holyoke, you have the opportunity to be part of a vibrant and diverse spiritual community.
Mount Holyoke is one of the few liberal arts colleges in the country to actively support eight faith groups on campus. Whether you adhere to one particular faith or are a nondenominational seeker looking for a spiritual home here, you will have many opportunities to learn about, explore and participate in a wide range of traditions and activities.
Religious Observances Calendar >
Each of the eight faith groups supported by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life has a chaplain or religious advisor who meets regularly with them. Learn more.
The Mount Holyoke Campus has several places for quiet spiritual renewal. There are also many places of worship in the area.
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life serves students, staff, faculty, and alumnae in their spiritual and ethical development through learning and practice.
Meet the staff who are committed to creating a safe space for all members of the community regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, political or personal identification.
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