Registered Student Org Directory

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.

Political & Activist Organizations

Advocacy Project - Not Registered
Box 9176
The Advocacy Project of Mount Holyoke College aims to affect social change by disseminating information, hosting human rights activists and speakers and fundraising for marginalized communities in conflict ravaged regions and post-conflict survivors. The college chapter aims to serve as a think tank, by hosting bi-annual lectures and publishing the discussions.
American Civil Liberties Union of Mount Holyoke College(ACLU) - Not Registered
Box 9161
The American Civil Liberties Union of Mount Holyoke College seeks to promote discussion and awareness of civil liberties issues and to safeguard civil liberties. We seek to protect and promote civil liberties on campus and in the surrounding area and to serve as an arm to the national and state parent organizations.
Amnesty International, Mount Holyoke Chapter
Box 9017
Our vision is of a world in which every person regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity, enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other internationally recognized human rights standards.
Breaking Chains
Box 9128
The mission of Breaking Chains is to further awareness, dispel ignorance, and aid victims affected by the issue of human trafficking and its many facets, domestically and internationally, through active engagement.
Climate Justice Coalition, MHC
Box 9130
The MHC Climate Justice Coalition aims to educate and encourage action around issues of Climate Justice. We hope to increase the awareness of issues of climate injustice and empower students to take action for a more just, sustainable and equitable future.
College Democrats
Box 9032
Today Mount Holyoke College is home to a very diverse, global, and liberal community. The objective of the Mount Holyoke College Democrats is to foster the democratic ideals and political activism already pervasive on campus. The MHC Dems seek to involve the students of Mount Holyoke College in the local, national, and state-wide campaign efforts of the Democratic Party. As an official chapter of the College Democrats of America (CDA), the MHC Dems coordinate with the CDA each year on national campaign invasions, conventions, and mass demonstrations. MHC Dems also remain active members of the College Democrats of Massachusetts and, on a more local level, coordinate 5-College Democrats activities with Smith, Amherst, and Hampshire Colleges as well as the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
College Republicans
Box 9033
The mission of the Mount Holyoke College Republicans is: to encourage bipartisan conversation and debate on campus, to bring Republican and conservative speakers to campus, to educate the Mount Holyoke community on the Republican Party's platform and ideology, and to provide conservative Mount Holyoke women with a political network within the New England region.
Environmental Action Coalition (EAC) - Not Registered
Box 9003
The Environmental Action Coalition (EAC) aims to educate and engage the Mount Holyoke College community in ecological responsibility, which shall be both locally and globally focused. As members of this community, we challenge the College to adopt and commit to conservation and sustainability through its institutional practices. We shall encourage students to consider their individual impact on, responsibilities to and relationship with both their immediate and larger environments. Through a process of collective learning, interactive campaigns, and community involvement both within and beyond the College's Gates, EAC empowers the College community to be a leader in sustainable practices. EAC leads the Mount Holyoke community in the pursuit of environmental justice, as it pertains to each person, each place, and each living system.
Box 9041
FemmePowered supports and affirms femme people allies, and those interested in learning more about femme identities on campus. We aim to build community among femme Mount Holyoke students and promote education and dialogue about issues including (but not limited to) femininity, femme identities, and constructive allyship. We encourage conversations that center on understanding our interesting identities and how our gender, identities/expressions inform and are informed by our other social identities. We encourage people of all sexes, genders, and sexual orientations. We advocate incorporating copious amounts of glitter into everything.
Food Justice Society
Box 9125
To actively increase understanding of the global ramifications of food production and consumption by reconnecting the Mount Holyoke community with our local food chain.
The Mount Holyoke chapter of MEDLife seeks to commit its time, resources, knowledge and hopes to bring medicine, education and development to low income families everywhere. Through community efforts and service trips to third-world countries, we hope to create a life-changing experience for Mount Holyoke students and to empower them to make a difference in the future.
Model United Nations (MUN)
Box 9072
MHCMUN is a wholly student run organization comprised of a committed and dedicated membership. Our members engage in a variety of on-campus and off-campus initiatives. MHCMUN is a unique organization in that it offers a number of opportunities to represent the College on the larger intercollegiate Model United Nations circuit, traveling across the country and internationally (when funding allows). To prepare for said conferences, MHCMUN holds weekly meetings on Sunday evenings filled with practice committee sessions and guest speakers. We also hold two different training sessions each week, one for new delegates and one for experienced delegates to give our club members a competitive edge. To further prepare our delegates for conferences, we hold mini-conferences each semester to hone our "in-the-moment" negotation skills. The Five College Model United Nations conference, too, is a favored MHCMUN activity in which we co-host, along with other model UN organizations in the Five College Consortium, our very own intercollegiate conference. Throughout the year, either with these other organizations or on our own, we host a number of on campus events for the community at large, or just for MHCMUN.
Operation Smile
Box 9139
Operation Smile's purpose is to raise funds and increase public awareness about children in developing countries suffering from cleft lip or cleft palate. It allows students to participate in international conferences that will enhance their experience and allow them to view the world from a different perspective.
Roosevelt Institute at Mount Holyoke College
Box 9045
The Mount Holyoke College Chapter of The Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network, a nation-wide student policy think-tank. We are a national student policy organization that engages new generations in a unique form of progressive activism that empowers young people as leaders and promotes their ideas for change.
Student Coalition For Action (SCA)PA - Not Registered
Box 9100
Organization will mobilize and educate members of Mount Holyoke and the Five College Community on progressive social issues, especially those that affect women, students, and minorities.
Students Against Mass Incarceration (SAMI)
Box 9006
The mission of the organization is to raise awareness about the prison industrial complex, political prisoners, and recidivism. We feel the aforementioned are the fundamental issues of our generation and can only be addressed through radical and militant Black activism linked to previous social movements but revised for a 21st century context.
Students for a Free Tibet
Box 9102
Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) works in solidarity with the Tibetan people in their struggle for freedom and independence. Through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action, we campaign for Tibetans' fundamental right to political freedom.
The F-Word (formerly known as the Feminist Collective)
Box 9011
We embrace all feminists of this world as we come together to realize gender equality. All forms of oppression intersect; to deconstruct gender inequality we must deconstruct all inequalities. We host dialogues, engage in local and national activism, release publications, provide a platform for debate, and organize projects and events.
Vegan Revolution - Not Registered
Box 9106
The Vegan Revolution encourages the MHC and the Five College community to become aware of the connection between their personal values and choices, and live their lives consistent with their belief systems. We inform community members about the ways in which the detrimental impacts of our daily habits, particularly our dietary habits, are amplified on global scale. We expose the true conditions of animals in factory farms, the health risks posed by consuming animal products and the massive destruction of environment during the production of meat, dairy and eggs. We would like our community members to experience the truth in these principles and apply them to their personal life by adopting a vegan and animal product-free lifestyle. To achieve our goal, we directly collaborate with students, faculty and staff to organize and direct campaigns and events, and distribute vegan literature, containing facts and figures. By making connected choices as a community, we make conditions more sustainable and harmonious for the coexistence of all sentient beings and their future generations on this planet.
Youth Action International (YAI) - Not Registered
Box 9165
Youth Action International is a nonprofit working to rebuild war-torn African communities, particularly through the promotion of the well-being and development of children. The Mount Holyoke Chapter of YAI looks to bring about that change by raising awareness of these issues as well as raising funds which go directly to funding YAI-sponsored programs in the region.