Student Programs

Energize your Campus Life!

Pangy Day!
Mark your calendars! The "best day ever at MHC" returns on Friday, April 25th. Come celebrate our community and Earth Day at the Pangy picnic, maypole dance, and the festival-style setup on Skinner Green.

We now have a Facebook page! Check us out to keep up-to-date with all of the amazing things students are doing!

WordOut! A new way to hear about events on campus!
We are piloting a new weekly email called "WordOut!" which highlights upcoming org-sponsored events. Keep yourself abreast of all the wonderful student organization initiatives on campus! You can opt-in by clicking the above link.

Event Registration Form (ERF)
Are your events all set for the fall semester? Make sure you turn in your ERF at least 2 weeks before your event date. ERF's are required for all student run events on campus!

TABOO Dialogue Series
This unique campus series offers dialog opportunities throughout the year. Students, staff, and faculty take time for conversations about taboo topics that often get ignored or avoided in day-to-day life. At a TABOO dialogue, every effort is made to make space so that all personal perspectives on a topic can be shared. We think of it as a "discomfort zone/safe space." Promoted as a healthy place to explore intellectual ideas as well as feelings about a topic while leaning into your own sometimes uncomfortable growing edges, these dialogues are "one-offs" (you don't need to enroll, or come for multiple sessions). As a participant or a facilitator you can participate once or often.

Small Private Event
The lounges and living rooms in the residence halls are shared space for the residents of that building and their guests to enjoy. These "common rooms" are also sometimes open to the Mount Holyoke community for meetings and gatherings that meet certain Residence Life criteria. To reserve main-floor lounges and living rooms for weeknight meetings or weekend small private events (SPE's) follow this link for more information.

SALT Financial Education Tools
Current Mount Holyoke students and all alumnae now have access to SALT, a suite of online financial tools designed to help users find jobs and internships, manage loans, and develop sound spending habits. The service is customizable, interactive, and free for users. SALT is a members-only program that aims to meet the financial needs of aspiring, current, and former college students. Its offerings include financial literacy courses, discounts on select products and services, personal loan counselors, and access to job and internship search tools.