Mount Holyoke College Cultural Centers

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Cultural Centers at Mount Holyoke are constant safe places for the purposes of support, education, networking and sanctuary. They host programming and provide resources to increase cultural awareness and inter-connectedness. These spaces are important because each supports an identities that are historically marginalized at Mount Holyoke College and beyond.

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The Eliana Ortega Cultural Center Open Hours

The Eliana Ortega, known as the "Ortega" serves as a home away from home for students within the Latinx diaspora. Alisa Lopez ’22, Cultural Center Assistant...

11/26 2pm
The Unity Center Open Hours

The Unity Center welcomes students with a variety of identities, specifically those who identify as First-Generation/Low-Income students. Zena Alhaj ’22,...

11/26 2pm
The Betty Shabazz Open Hours

As the first cultural center on campus, The Betty Shabazz, commonly known as the "Betty", assists and supports students who identify within the African...

11/26 4pm
The Asian Center for Empowerment (ACE) Open Hours

The Asian Center for Empowerment, commonly known as the "ACE", serves as a space that provides support, education, community, and a meeting spot for students...

11/26 4:30pm
The Betty Shabazz Open Hours

As the first cultural center on campus, The Betty Shabazz, commonly known as the "Betty", assists and supports students who identify within the African...

11/27 10:30pm

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