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 (6)

What’s Your Call to Serve? Launching a Career in Federal Government

Mon, Oct 3, 2022 12:15pm to 1:15pm

A session open to students from all academic disciplines who are curious about careers in federal government. This is an opportunity to learn about the wide range of federal internships and jobs...

Community Center, Blanchard 213

Information Table: The Partnership for Public Service

Mon, Oct 3, 2022 5pm to 7pm

The Partnership for Public Services invites you to learn about the wide range of federal internships and job opportunities and get practical tips on how to launch your career in the federal...

Community Center, Table D-Departments

Honoring the Ancestor

Tue, Oct 4, 2022 12:30pm to 2pm

Gloria Anzaldúa - Joy, Love, Laughter and Latinx Literature This event is an homage to Gloria Anzaldúa, a self-described “chicana dyke-feminist, tejana patlache poet, writer, and cultural...

Community Center, Unity Center (206)

Wearable Tech w/ the Fimbel Lab

Wed, Oct 5, 2022 5pm to 8pm

Register to join us for our first monthly Stitching Circle! Feel free to stop by with your portable handwork of choice - like costumes, quilting, knitting, etc. This month we will introduce the...

Community Center, Blanchard 318

free

Information Table: Bard Graduate Center

Fri, Oct 14, 2022 11:30am to 2pm

For over 25 years, Bard Graduate Center has been training the next generation of curators, researchers, and museum professionals. Our MA & PhD in Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture...

Community Center, Table D-Departments

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Recent Events

Information Table: DIAL/SELF Youth & Community Services

Thu, Sep 29, 2022 5pm to 7pm

This is a past event.

Come join us in Blanchard Community Center from 5–7 pm to learn more about opportunities at Dial/Self Youth and Community Services.

Community Center, Table D-Departments

Pre-Health Office Welcome Back Mixer

Wed, Sep 28, 2022 7pm to 9pm

This is a past event.

Apple Cider and Donuts! Calling all students interested in the health professions! We are excited to welcome you (back) to campus with a social event to launch the academic year. Please join us...

Community Center, Great Room

The Roux Institute of Northeastern University

Thu, Sep 22, 2022 5pm to 7pm

This is a past event.

Come join us in Blanchard Community Center to learn more about graduate opportunities at The Roux Institute of Northeastern University!

Community Center, Table D-Departments

Information Table: Mental Health Association

Tue, Sep 20, 2022 11am to 2pm

This is a past event.

Come join us in Blanchard Community Center from 11 am–2 pm to learn more about opportunities at the Mental Health Association!

Community Center, Table D-Departments

Teach Western Mass Information Table

Tue, Sep 13, 2022 11:30am to 2pm

This is a past event.

Are you interested in teaching? Are you committed to ensuring all students have access to a great education? Come chat with us to learn more about teaching opportunities in Western Mass! Teach...

Community Center, Table D-Departments

Buffet Breakfast

Sun, May 29, 2022 7am to 10am

This is a past event.

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

Community Center, 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!