Welcome to the Mount Holyoke College residence hall community!
We are excited to help you create a new home at Mount Holyoke College. All incoming first-year students and new transfer students, will be asked to complete the New Student Housing Assignment Form. This form will go live on May 16th. The form provides the opportunity for students to share their housing preferences, identify a roommate preference and complete a personal profile that will help us understand who you will be as a roommate and what you are looking for in a roommate. This form must be completed by June 24, 2016 in order to be placed in the residence halls on campus. Notification of room assignments and roommate information will be sent to your MHC email account in mid July. Spring admits will complete the form during fall semester and will be notified in January.
For students interested in participating in one of our eight vibrant Living Learning Communities (LLCs), they will need to complete an additional application that will go live on May 16th and can be found here. These applications will be due on June 17, 2016. Students who live in an LLC will explore their passions with a cohort of students sharing that similar interest. You can learn more about all the LLCs here.
Incoming first year students will not receive access to their residence hall until their designated move-in day. International students who are registered with the Office of International Students for arrival to campus are able to arrive on August 31, 2016. Domestic students move in on September 2, 2016. Families are invited to stay through 6:00 pm on Friday, September 2nd. Please visit our Open & Close Dates page to see all the important dates for the residence halls for the 2016-2017 academic year. Also see the side bar for a wealth of information and FAQs about living on campus!
The Office of Residential Life is excited to welcome you to campus and to the engaging residential experience here at Mount Holyoke. Residential Life encourages you to remain open to all the possibilities that living in a residence hall community will offer. The residence hall program is structured to enhance your academic experience at the College; you will find comfortable spaces to study and reflect, and peers from around the world with whom you can share your perspectives and ideas. In addition, your hall will provide opportunities for you to become an active member of your hall community and engage in stimulating programs. We strive to make the residence halls a supportive place for your growth and development.
For new Frances Perkins scholars who would like to request on campus housing, should be in contact with the Frances Perkins Program to request housing. If you wish to be housed on the quiet floor you should also inform them of that. Please note that housing for Frances Perkins students is very limited and requesting housing is not a guarantee of placement.
On behalf of the entire residential life staff, we cannot wait to meet you and welcome you to our beautiful campus! If you have questions that don't seem to be answered by the information available here, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or by calling (413) 538-2088. We are always glad to help!