Mount Holyoke: seeing the big picture

The Mount Holyoke experience? It’s a deliberate one — marked by academic inquiry, authentic meeting of minds and intentional probing of ideas and differences. Among a constellation of global peers, Mount Holyoke students revel in a community built for them and their success. Their bespoke undergraduate journeys usher in bespoke career journeys: in STEM, the arts, academia, finance, creative enterprises, public advocacy and more.

“Going to a women’s college, you have that Mount Holyoke network that extends for the rest of your life.”

“I’ve used my internship experiences and found out that I really do want to go into a certain field after graduation.”

“The community here is built on diversity. It’s very multifaceted, dynamic, constantly changing and evolving.”

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Mount Holyoke College’s AccessAbility Services has the same goal during COVID-19 — to make sure all students have all the tools they need to thrive. 

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Mount Holyoke College held its first residential move-in since March 2020, when students were sent home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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From mid-March through the fall, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mount Holyoke prevailed in its exceptional academic and community offerings.

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Two students, two internships, one alum

When remote internships expanded her hiring circle, Lyubina Martinova ’12 sought Mount Holyoke interns for the financial planning firm she partners with.

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