Mount Holyoke College

Mount Holyoke College

 

Located in South Hadley, Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke College is a highly selective, non-denominational, residential, research liberal arts college for women.  Mount Holyoke is renowned for educating women leaders, from medical pioneers to Pulitzer Prize–winning playwrights.

The oldest of the Seven Sister colleges, Mount Holyoke is a noted leader in liberal arts education with a mission grounded in the conviction that women can — and should — make a difference in the world.  Mount Holyoke’s 2,208 students hail from 45 states and 78 countries.  27% of MHC students are international citizens.  26% of domestic students identify as African American, Asian American, Latina, Native American or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, or multiracial.   47% of incoming first-year students were in the top 10% of their high school classes.

There are 48 departmental and interdepartmental majors.  Students have the option to design their own major.  27% of all majors are interdisciplinary.  Majors of current MHC students: 29% humanities; 33% social sciences; and 36% science and mathematics.  11% of classes have fewer than 10 students.  77% of classes have fewer than 20 students.  89% of classes have fewer than 30 students.  Student to faculty ratio is 9-to-1.

Six months after graduation, 94% of the class of 2018 were working or in school. Of those students, 20% were attending graduate/professional schools of their choice.  Nearly 80% of MHC graduates enroll in graduate or professional school within 10 years of graduation.  Given the limitations of the SAT as a predictor of student success, Mount Holyoke College does not require applicants to submit SAT scores.

 

Images filmed during Mountain Day by Hello Sister.

Parts of our Hello Sister intro video features scenes we filmed at Mountain Day, a Mount Holyoke College tradition since 1838.

Suggested listening while viewing this post:

“Sisters” by Natalie Prass

We’re understandably fond  of this video for “Sisters” by Natalie Prass, animated by one of our favorite illustrators, Jordan Bruner.

Watch our introductory video for Hello Sister.

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