Events

Friday, May 14

Islamic Mosaic

Literally the Festival of Breaking the Fast, Eid Al Fitr is one of the two most important Islamic celebrations (the other occurs after the Hajj, or...

Mount Holyoke Sign for Generic Use

Grades for all seniors/graduating students are due no later than noon.

Sikh New Year's Day

Beginning of the year 552 of the Nanakshahi era.

COVID-19 Testing Center Open Hours

You must schedule an appointment for testing.

Come in, We're Open

Sign up on Pathways for a drop-in meeting with a member of the AccessAbility Services team! Pathways appointments are not able to schedule less than 15...

8:30am
Virtual Event
Fealress First

This event celebrates the achievements of all first-generation and low-income students and their families. The ceremony will include speeches from selected...

Living Learning Community Application is live!

Apply to be a part of a Living Learning Community for the 2021-2022 Academic Year today! The LLC application is open in Residence and will be due on May 17,...

1pm
Stream Available
Class of 1976 Friday Night at the Museum: Behind the Scenes at the Museum Conservation Lab — How We Used our Liberal Arts Education

Two practicing art conservators from the class of ’76 — one a paper conservator and the other a textile conservator — will talk about the role of the...

5:30pm
Virtual Event
Mary Lyon Aerial View for Generic Use

President Sonya Stephens would like to invite all seniors living on campus and approved commuter students to a special celebratory dinner created just for...

Seniors, Family, and Friends Shabbat

Inviting you to a family and friends virtual Kabbalat Shabbat to celebrate and wish Mazel Tov to our JSU grads!

6pm
Stream Available
Canoe Sing

This glowing, ethereal nighttime celebration on Lower Lake dates back to 1911. Canoes of seniors navigate the water, illuminated by paper lanterns, in...

9pm
Stream Available

Friday, May 14