Student Right-to-Know Act

Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, passed by Congress in 1990, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding, under the Higher Education Act of 1965, to provide information freely to the public especially for current and prospective students regarding (1) “completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering that institution”, (2) “graduation/completion rates of all students as well as students receiving athletically-related student aid by race/ethnicity and gender and by sport, and the average completion or graduation rate for the four most recent years”, and (3) institution’s crime statistics.  For more information regarding this, please visit http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

Hampton University Fact Sheet 2016-2017

School Name:      Hampton University

School Address:  Hampton, Virginia 23668

Web Site:   www.hamptonu.edu

Private/Independent/Four-Year University

 

Information:                                      (757) 727-5000

Campus Police Department:           (757) 727-5259

Admission:                                         1-800-624-3328

Financial Aid:                                     1-800-624-3341

Student Accounts:                            1-800-624-3341

ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL

Dr. William R. Harvey, President

Dr. JoAnn Haysbert, Chancellor and Provost

Dr. Charita Danley, Executive Assistant to the President

Atty. Paul C. Harris, Senior Vice President

Dr. Barbara Inman, Vice President, Administrative Services & Student Affairs

Mrs. Doretha Spells, Vice President, Business Affairs & Treasurer

Mrs. Iris Ramey, Vice President, Development

Atty. Faye Hardy-Lucas, Vice President & General Counsel

INSTITUTIONAL CULTURE AND VALUES

Hampton University has a Code of Conduct that emphasizes integrity, honesty, respect for oneself and others, decency, dignity, and responsibility.  All members of the university are required to embrace these values.

 OFFICE OF ADMISSION

Ms. Angela Nixon Boyd, Dean                       

(757) 727-5328

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

H.S. Credits Recommended:

        English:                          4 Units

        Math:                            3 Units

        Science:                        2 Units

        Social Studies:             2 Units

        Foreign language:       2 Units

        Electives:                     6 Units

Official High School Transcript, SAT or ACT Scores (Test Optional Admission Policy), Letter of Recommendation, Essay, (GED Accepted) 

Application Fee:  $35.00     Application Deadlines:  November 1st and March 1st

 FACULTY

Student -to-Faculty Ratio:  13:1

Number of Faculty:            378

Number of Staff:                596

 GRADUATION RATES

Average time to graduate: 4.34 years (all-students)

All Students graduating within 6 years: 64.9% (Cohort 2009)

Average time to graduate athletics with aid: 4.6 years

Overall 6-year graduation rate for athletes with aid: 60%

 OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Mr. Martin Miles, Director

(757) 727 – 5332

Priority Filing Deadline:  February 15th

Net Price Calculator

UNDERGRADUATE TUITION:   $21,552 (FY2016-2017)

 OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

Mrs. Jorsene Cooper, Registrar  

(757) 727-5323

 ENROLLMENT STATISTICS

Grand Total Headcount of Students

4,646

Undergraduate

3,836

Undergraduate Men:

1,265

Undergraduate Women:

2,571

Undergraduate Avg. Age:

20

Freshman Class Applicants:

10,251

First-Time Entering Freshmen Enrolled:

1,278

32.1%

Virginia (In-State) Students

67.9%

Out-of-State Students

44

States Represented

26

Countries Represented

0.3%

American Indian/Alaskan Native

0.8%

Asian or Pacific Islander

91.4%

Black

1.4%

Hispanic

4.2%

White

0%

Two or More

0.1%

Not Provided

1.8%

Nonresident Alien (NRA)

65%

On-Campus Housing:

 GRADUATE COLLEGE        

Dr. Michelle Penn-Marshall

(757) 727-5454

Total Graduate and Professional Enrollment: 810

 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Dr. Kim Luckes, Dean               

(757) 727-5773

 THE CAMPUS

Hampton is a beautiful 314-acre waterfront campus located in Hampton, Virginia, on the mid-Atlantic coast.  This picturesque campus rests on the banks of the Hampton River and is one of the loveliest waterfront sites in the nation.  Hampton has over 100 buildings that offer a unique combination of the old and new with five of its buildings listed in the National Register of Historical Landmark.

 DIVISION I ATHLETIC PROGRAM

MEN                                     WOMEN

Basketball                           Basketball

Cross Country                     Bowling

Football                               Cross Country

Golf                                       Golf

Indoor Track                       Indoor Track

Lacrosse                              Outdoor Track

Outdoor Track                    Sailing   

Sailing                                  Soccer

Tennis                                  Softball

                                             Tennis

                                             Volleyball

 HAMPTON UNIVERSITY FACILITIES FOR SPORT AND RECREATION

  • 2 Basketball courts
  • Exercise and training room (Holland Hall)
  • Football Stadium (seats 16,000)
  • Softball Stadium
  • Convocation Center (seating capacity of 7,200 for basketball and 8,200 for concerts)
  • Open Fields (Intramural sports)
  • 8 Outdoor Tennis Courts
  • 3 Swimming pools (one Olympic size)
  • Volleyball

 STUDENT CENTER

  • The Script (University Newspaper)
  • Yearbook Office
  • Fitness Center (Fully equipped)
  • Indoor Track
  • Billiard Game Room
  • Television Room
  • Student Center Theater
  • Grand Ballroom
  • Bowling Alley (6 Lanes)
  • Aerobics Room
  • Cyber Lounge
  • Student Lounge
  • Pirate Grill and Eateries
  • Pirate Cove
  • Pirate Place Shop

 COLLEGIATE BOOKSTORE

The Hampton University Bookstore stocks required texts and supplies needed for courses.  Greeting cards, insignia gifts, clothing and various other sundries are available for purchase in the store located in the Hampton Harbor Shopping Center.  A branch of Bank of America is located in the bookstore, and an automatic teller machine is located outside.  For more information, please call (757) 727-5446.

 WILLIAM R. AND NORMA B. HARVEY LIBRARY

The Harvey Library facility provides the environment for diligent study and research.  The state of the art facility also houses the Center for Information Technology.

ACADEMICS

“The Standard of Excellence – Learning for Life”

Hampton University offers a quality academic program to all students.  The program provides a liberal arts foundation for its professional and scientific disciplines.  Some of the major areas of study are:  aviation sciences; architecture; biological/environmental and marine sciences; chemistry; electrical engineering, chemical engineering, and music engineering technology; education; English; business; computer sciences; mass media; nursing; communicative sciences and disorders; physical therapy; physics; paralegal studies; fire administration; emergency medical systems management; physical education; pharmacy; political and social sciences; sports management; and systems organization management.  Students may earn certificates, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, post-master’s, and doctoral/professional degrees.

The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Virginia.  The athletics program is fully certified by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level.  U.S. News and World Report ranks the University as one of the top tier southern regional universities.

Hampton University offers a summer session for continuing students and two programs for first-time freshman students:  1) Pre-College and 2) Summer Bridge.  For information about the Pre-College/Summer Bridge Program, please call (757) 727-5511.