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About Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke offers an array of facilities to its students. Following are a few:
- Library – With more than 740,000 print volumes, 1600 periodicals and 140,000 electronic resources, the students have access to more than 8 million volumes worth of sources.
- Dining Services – The dining experience includes 6 residential dining locations, campus center café, 8 continental breakfast locations, bakery and warehouses.
- Residential Life – The office of Residential life imposes a housing lottery to all first year students in order for them to communicate better with their fellow colleagues.
- Bookstore – Textbooks can be either ordered or purchased at the Odyssey bookshop or the online College Campus store.
- Athletics –Mount Holyoke offers over 14 varsity sports programs as well as seven competitive Club sports teams.
- Campus Police – The Campus Police Department is committed to protect the student community and provide a safe environment.
Mount Holyoke is located at 50, College Street South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075. It is easily accessible by air, train or bus with a wide range of hotels, motels and bread and breakfast’s within a short distance of Campus.
Inclusion, compassion and authenticity are the foundations of our residential program. We have residence halls of all sizes and types, including those with only first year students, only upperclass students or a mixture of all class years. The result is an interesting blend of experience within each residence hall.
We offer housing in many configurations to meet the developing needs of our students. We provide apartment and suite style options, in addition to traditional singles, doubles and triples. First-year students should anticipate living in a traditional space with one or two roommates. Returning Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will select their room type in the annual Housing Lottery.
Each residence hall is unique in design and character. Each hall features a formal living room and other common space with a piano and a grandfather clock. The halls also have handsomely furnished sitting rooms, breakfast area, computer room, and basement laundry facility.
Student rooms vary in size and shape varies across campus. Each room is furnished with standard twin size bed (36"x72"), bookcase, desk and desk chairs, mirror, and dresser. Each room has a telephone and computer jacks; most rooms have one computer jack for each student and there is wireless coverage in all rooms.
Each residence hall has basement laundry facilities with washers and dryers. The washers and dryers are on the One Card system. In order to use the washers and dryers you will need to open an MHC Xpress account with Auxiliary Services located at Central Services, 413-538-3111.
Quiet Floors and Building
The third floor of Abbey and all of Brigham Hall have been designated as quiet space. Students who live in these spaces are expected to adhere to a higher level of quiet and courtesy hour policies agreed upon by all community members.
At least one bathroom in each hall is for women only. These facilities are usually on a central floor or in another convenient location.
Residence Hall Heating Systems
Check your residence hall for tips on how to make your residence hall heating system work for you.
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