The Factbook is a series of interactive dashboards that contain current and historical data about Mount Holyoke College. Information is available on student enrollment, graduation and retention rates, admissions, degrees awarded, costs, indebtedness and financial aid, course enrollments and faculty and staff demographics.
The dashboards include filters to allow for additional data discovery. Select the filters at the top of each dashboard to filter the charts. Some dashboards include multiple pages of charts. To view each page, select the orange navigator buttons at the top of the dashboards. Dashboards can also be downloaded as PDFs or images by selecting the ‘download box’ on the bottom right-hand of the visualization.
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These dashboards will help you learn about our diverse community.
Learn more about current and historic undergraduate and graduate student enrollments and race/ethnicity demographics.
Explore the large number of home states and countries Mount Holyoke students come from.
Admission and financial dashboards
These dashboards include data on admitted students, cost and financial aid.
Find out about the incoming first year class, and discover historical admission statistics including the number of applications, acceptances, admits, and yield rates each year since 2012.
Get a summary of undergraduate tuition, fees and room and board as compared to the average net prices, including information on the percentage of degree-seeking students awarded financial aid.
Academic and outcome-based dashboards
These dashboards include data on course enrollments, the number of students studying each major and more.
View information on the number of students in each undergraduate major, minor, certificates and nexus by year since 2005.
Find a breakdown on the number of primary course sections by division and department. This includes only lecture/seminar and performance courses as per the Common Data Set.
View information on 6-year graduation and 2-year retention rates for first year, full-time students over the past 10 years.
Get an overview of the number of undergraduate degrees by department and division since 2006.