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Touring colleges we made a last minute decision to stop at Mount Holyoke. This campus is heaven on earth. Green and lush, gardens, lakes and a waterfall surround stunning architecture. The library was jaw dropping with vaulted ceilings and beautiful windows. You can really feel...More
Mount Holyoke College's campus is gorgeous. You can wander around the upper and lower lakes, taking in the beautiful New England nature. It's a great picnic spot. I've seen a lot of wedding photography sessions take place there and it's for good reason; it makes...More
This place is compared to Hogwarts for good reason. Be sure to visit the Williston Library, open to the public. The flying buttresses inside, with the heads attached, will bring to mind Harry Potter and Hermione in an instant. Enormous stained glass windows round out...More
I can't imagine what South Hadley would be like without Mount Holyoke College. The spacious campus on which there are two lakes, and gorgeous trees throughout the spaciously placed buildings, offers the community author events and special programs, a lovely new Dining Commons, walking trails,...More
Touring the oldest women's college in the US is always a pleasure. The historic red brick buildings and landscaped grounds are a beautiful setting; the lakes and walking trails add to the natural beauty. Even newer buildings seem to blend well with the older ones....More
We were visiting Mount Holyoke College to do a tour and also to work in the archives, as my grandmother and great great grandmother graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1924 and 1852 respectively.
We had been in contact with both the President’s office and...More
Spent a relaxing birthday picnicking at Lower Pond and exploring this Seven Sister Campus with my partner . Like Smith , my Alma Mater, we could feel both the history and diversity that characterizes Mt. Holyoke .
I came here as a guest lecturer and had a wonderful time. The historic brick architecture blends beautifully into the colourful fall landscape. Very relaxing, and friendly for biking and walking.The staff have clearly taken great care to keep the campus well and the student...More