Recognized Student Org Directory

This is a complete list of all Recognized 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.

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CAUSE: Creating Awareness and Unity for Social Equality
Box 9121
C.A.U.S.E. or Creating Awareness and Unity for Social Equity, is Mt. Holyoke's umbrella community service organization. Through partnerships with community organizations, awareness raising events and volunteer projects, CAUSE connects the Mt. Holyoke student body with community service opportunities throughout the Pioneer Valley, including Holyoke, Springfield and South Hadley.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club
Box 9101
Our club's mission is to generate interest in chemistry and biochemistry within the general student population. During our weekly meetings, members take turns to present on chemistry and biochemistry-related topics. These topics tend to be interdisciplinary in nature, from anatomically correct glass sculptures of bacteria and viruses to the history of the periodic table and the etymology behind elements' names. This generates interest from the wider student population as it piques their interest about chemistry and biochemistry, even if they do not desire to study it intensively, allowing students to network with and learn from each other. The meetings are open to everyone regardless of major as we endeavor to generate interest in both subjects amongst the wider student population. This is in line with the second part of our mission statement, which is to provide an opportunity for current students in the chemistry and biochemistry departments to support and learn from each other.
Chinese Cultural Association (CCA)
Box 9027
The Chinese Cultural Association (CCA) is an organization dedicated to helping students learn about and share the Chinese culture and it's beauties. We seek to promote multicultural awareness at Mount Holyoke College and the surrounding communities. We hope to foster a sense of community among its members, to create a family aboard. In addition we also want people in our communities to experience new customs and traditions that make up the Chinese Culture. We want to also note that you are not required to be Chinese to be a member. The Chinese Cultural Association at MHC welcomes anyone who wants to learn more about our culture, make new friends, or anyone that just wants have a good time!
Chorale
Box 9035
To provide a fun, friendly ensemble in which students of varied musical skills can work together to perform choral works of all genres at a high level. It is one of the Mount Holyoke's three choral ensembles and performs in multiple concerts throughout the year, including Vespers.
Class of 2017
Box 9118
We are a vehicle for communication and support for the class of 2017. We aim to promote unity and class pride, as well as serve as a link between the student body and the administration.
Class of 2018
Box 9014
The class boards are elected members of each class year, whose primary duties are to bring their class together by sponsoring activities that promote group cohesion and bonding. Each class board is responsible for carrying on some of the most important Mount Holyoke Traditions.
Class of 2019
Box 9032
The class boards are elected members of each class year, whose primary duties are to bring their class together by sponsoring activities that promote group cohesion and bonding. Each class board is responsible for carrying on some of the most important Mount Holyoke Traditions.
Class of 2020
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The class boards are elected members of each class year, whose primary duties are to bring their class together by sponsoring activities that promote group cohesion and bonding. Each class board is responsible for carrying on some of the most important Mount Holyoke Traditions.
Climate Justice Coalition, MHC
Box 9130
MHC Divest 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.
Club Sports Council
Box 9013
The mission of Club Sports Council is to represent all six club teams in one governing/organizing body.
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
To encourage 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 principals, and to provide conservative Mount Holyoke women with a political network.
Computer Science Society
Box 9060
The Computer Science Society of Mount Holyoke College (CSSoc) is a group of student leaders who cultivate a supportive community of critically-thinking, impact-driven, team-playing computer science students on our women's college campus. Our programs aim to: - Unveil the many facets of computer science that appeal to liberal arts students, - Empower students to recognize their own potential as leaders, - Unite women to think productively about effective ways to confront discrimination in the field, - Equip students with industry-standard technical skills, and - Demystify computer science and technology for others.
Conscious Poet Society
Box 9015
The Conscious Poets Society was founded at Mount Holyoke College and serves as a hub for poetry with a purpose for students, artists, and the community.