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.

It is the responsibility of the groups to decide whether they will make their contact information public or not. If you see an Organization that you are interested in, contact Student Programs to be put in touch with them.

Political & Activist 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
MH Climate Justice Coalition seeks to redirect Mount Holyoke College's investments away from the fossil fuel industry in order to build a sustainable future by upholding Mary Lyon's vision of purposeful engagement in the world.
College Democrats
Box 9032
Powerful and Progressive students creating positive change. We are a chapter of both The College Democrats of MA and The College Democrats of America.
College Republicans
Box 9033
MHCR Mission Statement: 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.
Box 9041
Femmepowered is an LBTGQA+ org that seeks to dismantle misogyny on campus by creating space and visibility for femme-identified people in the queer community. We welcome all sexes, genders, gender presentations, and sexual and romantic orientations. We believe that femme identities inform and are informed by other identities and can be performed in a multitude of ever-changing and personal ways. We engage in activism through education, discussion, internal growth and the creation of supportive and accountable community. We value anger at oppressive systems, healing for ourselves, and loving support for each other.
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.
Box 9028
Bringing Medicine, Education, and Development to Low-Income Families Everywhere.
Model United Nations (MUN)
Box 9072
The Mount Holyoke College Model United Nations Club is the premier international affairs organization on campus. Comprised from Mount Holyoke's sharpest women, MHCMUN challenges its members in ways unlike any other student organization. From weekly simulations, to conferences on the collegiate circuit, the women of MHCMUN are always learning new things and proving their abilities. But above all, MHCMUN is a place for Mount Holyoke students of a common intellectual interest to come together, forging life-long friendships.
Operation Smile
Box 9139
Mount Holyoke College is an affiliation of Operation Smile whose purpose is leadership, education, awareness, and service. Operation Smile's purpose is to raise funds and increase public support for children in developing countries suffering from cleft lip or cleft palate. It is a way for students to volunteer themselves in the school community and to view the world from a different perspective. It allows students to participate in international conferences that will enhance their experience with underprivileged children and open their eyes to a world beyond their own. It will give them the opportunity to prove themselves, and Operation Smile hopes that it will be able to get its students to feel proud of their accomplishments.
Roosevelt Institute at Mount Holyoke College
Box 9045
At the heart of our work is a belief that young people can make a difference in the political process, and not just on Election Day. Policy matters from City Hall to the community center, from the White House to the social innovation hub. How people, institutions, ideas, and resources come together to solve our greatest challenges ultimately determines the direction of our communities and country. The policy process the way in which we develop the rules that govern our lives is a powerful tool for young people to develop, advance, and advocate for sustainable and just solutions that take on our most intractable problems.
Student Global AIDS Campaign (a subgroup of CAUSE)
Our goal is to actively increase awareness surrounding HIV/AIDS, as well as promote a responsible approach to HIV prevention. By organizing events, workshops and bringing in speakers from all over the world, we seek to reduce stigma associated with people living with HIV.
Students for a Free Tibet
Box 9102
The Students for a Free Tibet Mount Holyoke College chapter is a socio-political organization that attempts to make the community aware of Tibet's current political and social situation, especially within Tibet. Through media, events, and gatherings, SFT shares Tibetan culture with the MHC community.
The F-Word
Box 9011
We embrace all feminists of the 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 in order to raise consciousness on our campus and in the wider community.