Cooperatives and Exchanges

Hampden-Sydney College has cooperative relationships with renowned institutions so we can offer you additional curricular opportunities, including visiting student programs, education consortiums, and exchanges.

New York University
The Spring in New York Program, allows visiting students, once accepted, to access hundreds of NYU courses.

American University in Washinton D.C.
Washington Semester Program, School of Government and Public Affairs (includes programs in Urban Affairs, Foreign Policy, Criminal Justice, Economic Policy, American Studies, Science and Technology)
Interested students should contact the Department of Government and Foreign Affairs for more information.

American University in Washinton D.C.
World Capitols Program, offering study in Beijing, Brussels, Buenes Aires, London, and Vienna
Interested students should contact the Department of Government and Foreign Affairs for more information.

Duke University Marine Laboratory
Marine Science Educational Consortium, term-in-residence program, provides priority access to formal courses and supervised research
Interested students should contact Professor Werth in the Department of Biology.

Exchange: A College Consortium
Opportunity to study for a semester or academic year at Hollins University, Randolph-Macon College, Randolph College, Mary Baldwin College, Sweetbriar College, Washington & Lee University
Interested students should contact the Registrar.

Longwood University
Cooperative Program, allows students to enroll in a variety of courses with no added tuition expense
Interested students should contact the Registrar.

Army Reserves Officers Training Corps (ROTC),
The Longwood University Cooperative Program offers this opportunity through Military Science and Leadership courses.

For thorough information and eligibility requirements, see the Academic Catalogue.