This is a complete list of all Registered Student Organizations. Individual organization websites are linked as available and updates are the responsibility of the student organization. Organizations are removed from this list only if they have not registered with our office for at least 2 consecutive years.
The Office of Student Programs has a policy of not spamming or forwarding solicitations to individual organizations. It is the responsibility of the groups to decide whether they will make their contact information public or not. Those seeking to contact a particular group for official College business are encouraged to contact us.
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Academic Clubs | Arts Organizations | Club Sports | Community Service Organizations | Cultural & Ethnic Organizations | Dance, Movement & Recreation Organizations | Entertainment and Performing Arts Organizations | Governing Organizations | Peer Education Organizations | Political & Activist Organizations | Publications & Media Organizations | Religious Organizations | Special Interest Organizations
- Cheerleading, MHC
- Box 9026
- MHC Cheerleading aims to support the MHC Basketball team while bonding as a squad in our common goal to engage the spirit of the Mount Holyoke College Community. All levels of ability and experience are welcomed and encouraged to join. Above all we have fun and improve our cheerleading skills.
- Chinese Dance Club
- Box 9087
- The mission of Chinese Dance Club is to strengthen and increase the flexibility of body, inculcate the appreciation of beauty through dance movement and to promote Chinese culture, especially that of ethnic minorities to more of the student body in MHC.
- Box 9036
- Jhumka is the first competitive dance team of its kind at Mount Holyoke College, fusing South Asian classical, pop, film & folk styles with ballet, jazz, hip hop and other western genres. The "jhumka" is a traditional ornament worn by women in the subcontinent, and is a symbol of femininity, maidenhood and grace. The goal of the team is to promote appreciation and understanding of different cultures through dance both on- and off-campus.
- Kachimushi Naginata Club (5 College)
- Box 9048
- The objectives of the Club are to educate members of the Five College Community to practice Naginata, a traditional martial arts designed to foster self-development through training in the guiding principles underlying the naginata. We aim to achieve this through frequent practice, participation in tournaments, and visiting other schools and dojos.
- ODotteMita (ODM)
- Box 9030
- This J-Pop Dance Club seeks to promote Japanese Pop Culture by performing on and off campus. We will also provide dance opportunities to members of any experience level. We strive to achieve this by holding weekly training sessions and bi-monthly dance workshops for people from the Five College Consortium.
- Outing Club
- Box 9084
- The Outing Club seeks to cultivate and enrich Mount Holyoke students' appreciation for nature by providing accessible trips, leadership training, and community outreach in the outdoors. We believe in being all inclusive and respecting the differences of all members by striving to create an environment in which everyone feels capable and comfortable. As a club we also strongly believe in the importance of cultivating leadership and we hope to do so through sound training and having fun in the outdoors.
- Rainbow Jelly Dance Club
- Our purpose is to attract people who are interested in Korean pop dancing from different walks of life and bring them into one performing entity. We want to share our passion for K-pop and Korean culture. We also want to boost female empowerment through powerful and confident choreography. We perform for different club and organization events, especially Asian cultural and ethnic ones.
- Raqs MHC
- Box 9067
- Raqs MHC provides a fun environment in which to learn Egyptian, American Cabaret, and Tribal Fusion forms of Bellydance. We offer classes, workshops and performance opportunities to all levels of abilities. The club is body positive, welcomes every weight, size, shape, color and level of experience.
- Raunak Bhangra Dance Team
- Box 9174
- Raunak Bhangra was established in 2004 by Amrita Randhawa and Nishi Popat. Since then, the team has grown stylistically with the input of our audiences and members alike.The team not only performs at Mount Holyoke College, but travel to various places in New England to perform as well. The team even got the opportunity to perform for Bollywood Actor, Imran Khan in NYC. Bhangra is a cultural dance form that originated from the Punjab region of India. People traditionally performed Bhangra when celebrating the harvest, but now it has expanded to stages, weddings and other celebrations such as the New Year. Our goals as a team is to spread the knowledge of Bhangra and its art form to the world.
- Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
- Box 9099
- The mission of the Mount Holyoke College (MHC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to enhance the overall student-athlete experience by maintaining a commitment to academic and athletic excellence and promoting meaningful engagement of student-athletes in the athletic, campus, and local communities.
- Box 9069
- MHC Taal, which was founded on the principle of empowerment through the collaboration of Mount Holyoke students of all backgrounds, is a Bollywood and Hip Hop fusion performance- based dance team on campus. Taal encourages the equal participation of all members in all aspects of the organization, including choreography, rehearsals, creative marketing, management, budgeting, performance opportunities, teamwork, and leadership. Founded by a unique interest in Bollywood and hip hop dance styles, Taal has expanded into a formal performance based team that choreographs all its own dance pieces and performs throughout the Five College Consortium. Initial interest in the fusion of Bollywood and hip hop has grown to include most recently the study of classical Indian and other dance styles. Taal includes interested students of any dance experience (be it the first time the student has ever danced in a performance setting or if the student has been dancing for years) and seeks to serve as an informal forum for transcultural, interfaith, and socio economic dialogue. In Taal, we engage in challenging yet powerful work that brings us together, and we seek to serve as an outlet for personal and academic endeavors as well as social and intellectual passions. We hope to educate the community about our principles, our process, and the dance styles we perform.