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Are you looking to impact MHC and the greater community? Are you passionate about governance, athletics, advocating and bring awareness to cultural differences or religious and spirituality? Don’t know what or how, but you know you want to make a change? Mount Holyoke College as a part of its educational mission supports and encourages participation in co-curricular activities as an integral part of your total education. One advantage of our community are the diverse and seemingly endless possibilities for involvement.
Learn about the many ways to get involved at Mount Holyoke College:
Student organization programs celebrate the depth and breadth of our diverse community, and provide a great opportunity for making connections.
Safe places that host programming and provide resources to increase cultural awareness and inter-connectedness.
A group dedicated to increasing awareness and shared language about issues of diversity and social justice within the Mount Holyoke College community.
Class Boards bring their class together by sponsoring activities that promote group cohesion and bonding and carry on important Mount Holyoke traditions.
The SAAC works to enhance the student-athlete experience through communications, activities and programs.
Mount Holyoke has several competitive club sports teams that appeal to a wide range of interests and abilities.
The SGA works to bring student voices to administrators, faculty, and staff to create cohesion and address all issues pertaining to student life on campus.
A group dedicated to helping students develop the tools needed to make more informed choices and to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Mount Holyoke is one of the few liberal arts colleges in the country to actively support nine faith groups on campus.
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