Make Mount Holyoke your own
Mount Holyoke is where everyone can be their authentic selves, together. Here you can create your own path while also taking part in the meaningful traditions and welcoming organizations that connect us all. From joining student organizations to celebrating your first Mountain Day, creating your adventure at Mount Holyoke is one of the most exciting parts of life on campus. Whatever experience you design, youâ€™ll come away with new memories, experiences and friends.
Thereâ€™s so many ways to take part in life at Mount Holyoke. From student organizations and traditions to athletic events and volunteer opportunities, you can always find a group or activity that sparks your interest.
From the quintessential to the quirky, from the time-honored to the timely, our events and traditions are more than just fun â€” theyâ€™re how we bond with each other and to Mount Holyokeâ€™s past, present and future.
We have 100+ student organizations, from the Animal Welfare Association to WMHC, Mount Holyokeâ€™s radio station since 1951. Itâ€™s easy to start your own organization, too, and our close-knit community means youâ€™ll have new members in no time.
Find a community that fits your lifestyle and interests â€” from language houses to substance-free living.
Connect with what feels right for your body, whether thatâ€™s on the playing field, at the top of a mountain, in the yoga studio or somewhere else entirely.
Advance causes you care about by joining on-campus groups like MoZone and Peer Health Educators or through a Community-Based Learning opportunity.
Five College Consortium
The Five College Consortium is a great academic opportunity â€” and a great social one too. Whether itâ€™s friendships, extracurriculars or a fresh adventure, thereâ€™s plenty to explore. And since all the campuses are connected with free buses, you can make your social life as big and boundless as you want.
If youâ€™re ready to go beyond the Gates, youâ€™ll find plenty to discover. From beautiful small towns to quintessential New England landscapes, itâ€™s all a short bus ride, walk or hike from home.