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.

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M&Cs A Cappella
Box 9066
The M&Cs come together through passion and dedication to make beautiful music. We are a well-rounded group that love to sing and perform together clad in black and red. We combine a wide range of thoughts, opinions, ideas, voices and personalities into a sound that defines the M&Cs. It is an important part of the purpose of the M&Cs to foster the growth and confidence of each member as a singer, a musician, as an individual, and as a group member. We challenge ourselves and each other to do our best, and we learn from each other how to be better. Each member has frequent opportunities to be a leader in the group. The M&Cs serves as a support network for each and every member. We have a collective love for which inspires us to be such a tight-knit and productive group. The many skills, talents, and contributions of each and every member, which the group showcases, are essential.
MEChA-Movimiento Estudiantial Chicano de Aztlan
Box 9068
M.E.Ch.A, wishes to empower the Chicana/Latina community on the Mount Holyoke campus. We do so by raising awareness of issues that affect our community. Such as ethic studies banning, immigration, and racial discrimination.
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.
MERT-Medical Emergency Response Team
Box 9076
The Mount Holyoke Medical Emergency Response Team exists to provide basic life support services to the Mount Holyoke College Community during our hours of operation while maintaining professionalism, confidentiality, and the highest standard of care.
MHACASA - Mount Holyoke African and Caribbean Student Association
Box 9070
MHACASA is a home away from home; where women of African and Caribbean descent form a tight bond with fellow sisters of a shared culture, history and unique set of issues. Through our bond of sisterhood, we work to break down commonly held stereotypes about -- and bring awareness to our people and our home countries. We undertake this task with our annual Africa week and African Caribbean day events, where we showcase our rich heritage through passion and talent to the Mount Holyoke College and Five College community.
MHKF - Mount Holyoke Koinonia Fellowship
Box 9016
The vision of MHKF is to make Gospel-centered disciples grounded in a community both here at Mount Holyoke and in the 5 colleges. We hope to serve our community by connecting others to campus small groups, churches in the pioneer valley, and other nation-wide organizations. Our goals are to grow individuals' faith, connect to our sisters and brothers, and serve our communities.
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.
MoHealth Peer Health Education (previously In*Touch)
Box 9144
MoHealth Peer Health Educators (PHE) work closely with the college Health Services to provide accurate information to our peers in collaborative and engaging ways that will empower them to make informed decisions about their personal health and safety. Mission: Our goal is to make factual information not only accessible to every MHC student, but also to develop fun, creative, educational, and interactive programs that reach the MHC and surrounding community so that students can develop the tools needed to make informed choices about all aspects of their health.
Moneta - Not Registered
Box 9024
Moneta desires to create and promote a strong community of writers and bibliophiles on the Mount Holyoke College campus.
Mount Holyoke Christian Fellowship (formerly InterVarsity Christian Fellowship)
Box 9057
The purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.
Mount Holyoke News
Box 9007
The News is a weekly publication produced by the students of Mount Holyoke College. Our purpose is to present news and information of immediate interest to the college community to serve as a public forum for members of the community. Fax #: 538-2476
Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra
Box 9104
The Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra is a passionate community of musicians that is a leader in building awareness through music to meet the needs of the surrounding Mount Holyoke College and Pioneer Valley community.
Multi-Faith Council
Box 9043
Multifaith Council seeks to provide a venue for discussion across lines of faith and belief practices and to foster a greater appreciation of the many faith groups represented at Mount Holyoke.
Muslim Student Association (formerly UMMA)
Box 9108
The Muslim Student Association of Mount Holyoke College is a religious organization that aims to educate and bring awareness to students of various nationalities and cultures. The MSA of Mount Holyoke College is based upon core Islamic values of equality, inclusiveness, education, understanding and action. While this is a religious group, we hope to create a sisterhood and strengthen the faith of MSA members through social awareness activities as well as religious education. By promoting awareness, we aim to provide those who are not Muslims with a deeper understanding of the meaning of Islamic practices and values, and explain the common misconceptions in our community. We encourage both spiritual, social and intellectual development as we aim to foster a cohesive and educated Muslim community that works together with non-Muslims to promote the true meaning of Islam.