Acceptance Letters are In!

Spring Break is over on Campus and the acceptance letters are in!

MHC admitted 5 students from the Central Ohio area

1 has enrolled so far, hoping more follow in her footsteps

Click on the link and see what these great women have in common?

They said Yes to their Mount Holyoke College Acceptance Letter!

Mark Your Calendars for the Spring Event on April 13th your calendars for the spring meeting—you won’t want to miss this one! Marie Ozanne ’12, a double major in chemistry and statistics (currently pursuing a doctorate in statistics at OSU) worked with MHC astronomy professor, Darby Dyar, and NASA this summer. Their work was featured in the recent Quarterly. Our host, Liza Lee, is head of school at Columbus School for Girls. She is opening her beautiful home on campus for this meeting. We can park in the CSG lot on S. Columbia. The house is on the east corner of Powell and S. Columbia.

 Saturday, April 13th, 2-4 pm

Where: Home of Liza Lee ‘65
Bexley, Ohio
(on the Columbus School for Girls campus)

RSVP: Joan Stack ’74 at

Since this will be such a unique event, please consider contacting local alum you’ve not seen in a while and offering a ride. Or, if you’d like to attend but need transportation, contact Joan and she will try to arrange.


The Mount Holyoke Club of Central Ohio
cordially invites alumnae, students and parents to the

Date: Thursday, December 27th

Time: 12:15 PM
Place: The Chocolate Café

1855 Northwest Blvd, (just east of North Star; Northwest Blvd at this point crosses North Star).
Free lot and street parking available.

Enjoy delicious menu choices of soups, salads, wraps and sandwiches, and of course, desserts!

The café will give us separate checks, and depending on your appetite, a meal will probably run
$10-$15. Students and parents will be our guests.


Meredith Dobyns ‘64 at :

Back to School Social

Join us for our annual Back to School Social event where we gather to  enjoy each other’s company and send off the current MHC students and welcome the incoming  Class of 2016!  Student will begin moving to South Hadley at the end of August so we would like to see them before the summer is over. On August 5th at Home of Sandy Germond Pritz ‘60 we will be having our annual social to sendoff these students in proper MHC tradition.  Sandy’s home is located off of Riverside Drive. Please email Taylor Pressler at for address and directions. 

Please bring your favorite appetizer or dessert to share between 3pm and 5pm! Looking forward to seeing you there! RSVP by 8/1 to

Private Tour of the Ronald McDonald House in German Village

Come join us for a one hour tour of the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio (711 E Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH 43205, across the street from Nationwide Children’s Hospital) given by House Warmer Volunteer Jill Dardig ’69.  As the RMH website states, “For nearly three decades, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio (RMHC) has been serving families with seriously ill children by providing a home-away-from-home at the Columbus Ronald McDonald House. From its beginnings as a grassroots movement established by a partnership between volunteers and local McDonald’s Owner/Operators, the Charity has served thousands of families in their deepest times of need.”

Free parking is available at the RMH lot at E. Livingston Ave. and S. 17th St. (it’s gated, so just push the call button and say you’re here for a tour.)  If you wish to bring a small item (such as trash bags or Swiffer wet mop refills) to donate to the House, please look at the Wish List at for ideas.

After the tour we can get together for a drink/coffee/snack at a nearby German Village restaurant. If you are unable to make the event, please feel free to learn more about this great organization on twitter (@RMHCofCentralOH) and Facebook.