Community Center

The Community Center at Mount Holyoke College serves as the anchor to the College community. The complex includes includes three distinct areas: Blanchard Hall, the Dining Commons and the Great Room.

Community Center
Community Center

The Community Center at Mount Holyoke College serves as the anchor to the College community. The complex includes includes three distinct areas: Blanchard Hall, the Dining Commons and the Great Room.

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Upcoming Events (3)

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Recent Events

Friday Community Lunch - Reunion II

Fri, May 24, 2024 11:30am to 1pm

This is a past event.

Join alums from all decades for lunch in the Community Center Dining Commons.

Community Center, Dining Commons

Friday Buffet Breakfast - Reunion II

Fri, May 24, 2024 7am to 9am

This is a past event.

Join alums from all decades for breakfast in the Community Center Dining Commons.

Community Center, Dining Commons

Thursday Community Dinner - Reunion II

Thu, May 23, 2024 5pm to 7pm

This is a past event.

Join alums from all decades for dinner in the Community Center Dining Commons.

Community Center, Dining Commons

Balfour Class Rings OSI

Sat, May 18, 2024 1pm to 5pm

This is a past event.

Balfour representatives will be tabling outside of the dining commons. They will be answering questions and placing orders for class rings. Representatives will be available 11:30 am-1 pm at the...

Community Center, Outside Dining Commons

Balfour Class Rings OSI

Sat, May 18, 2024 11:30am to 5pm

This is a past event.

Balfour representatives will be tabling outside of the dining commons. They will be answering questions and placing orders for class rings. Representatives will be available 11:30 am-1 pm at the...

Community Center, Outside Dining Commons

Recent Activity

Great event and very informational

I am so happy this is open to staff and faculty!

Loved the speaker and the soup!

Mia is everything!

Thank you Anna!

We have such an amazing staff and staff council! I especially enjoyed learning about the Botanical Garden.

Well run, well attended, good song choices!

Mia Mingus was a great speaker! The conversation she lead was really validating and confirming of my identities and experience here on campus and informative. I hope to see more speakers like here on campus in the future talking about disability, abelism, and being queer people of color.

"Just scratched the surface" -Mia. So true, look forward to much more and hope some of the seeds of wisdom take root with those in attendance and grow to bear fruit and nourish the whole community. It will be a lot of work, and we need to start collecting, sharing, and practicing with tools to make it happen.

Very quick, no wait!