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Community and Belonging
You can find your place at Mount Holyoke
At Mount Holyoke, promoting “a beloved community“ by cultivating an inclusive and socially just campus environment for all is a priority. The office of Community and Belonging provides programs that support social justice education, dialogue, celebration and identity development including intersectionality, as well as increasing understanding of the role that liberatory consciousness, religion, ethics and spirituality play when working toward reconciliation, racial healing and transformative justice.
Working towards inclusivity
Programming, Education and Resources
Connect to your community, explore and celebrate your own identities. Community & Belonging supports programming, education, and resources for all students.
Offering opportunities to explore and participate in a wide range of traditions and activities in a diverse and vibrant spiritual community.
A social justice peer education program led by trained students who provide hands on training and facilitate interactive dialogues.
Providing safe environments of support, education, networking and sanctuary for to Mount Holyoke students.
Exploring, educating, and celebrating all that makes Mount Holyoke a diverse community.
Assisting students in developing skills for exploring differences and commonalities in diverse settings in hopes of bridging social and cultural divides.
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