The 1340-acre wooded campus is 60 miles southwest of Richmond, Virginia.
College Events Calendar
Recent HeadlinesStudents Present at National Conference
H-SC at Model OAS
Five Students Selected for Sorensen Institute
Salvador Viñas Brings His Philosophy to H-SC
Understanding the Arab Awakening
H-SC 20/20: An Update
Bell Wins Fulbright U.S. Student Award
Journal of Sciences Launches 2nd Volume
"Metamorphoses" at Arena Stage
|Win A Day With Richard Petty|
Hampden-Sydney College Athletics and The Gridiron Club are offering supporters of Tiger football a once in a lifetime opportunity to win a day with "The King" of NASCAR, Richard Petty.Only 300 raffle tickets will be sold at $100 each beginning June 1 through August 23 in the athletics department main office (Monday-Friday; 9-5) and online. All proceeds will benefit the Hampden-Sydney Football Tigers!
|John Wirges'15 Named to CEP Board|
John Edward Wirges, a rising junior at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, is one of two college student/leaders who have been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Character Education Partnership (CEP), a national nonprofit based in Washington, DC. CEP works with schools across the nation to develop strategies that reinforce academic excellence and foster respect, responsibility, honesty, diligence, service, and citizenship.
|3,000 Strong Gets Boost with Challenge|
A group of anonymous donors has issued a challenge gift for the College as part of the new 3,000 Strong campaign. If 3,000 alumni make a gift during fiscal year 2013, which ends June 30th, and we meet our goal of the 3,000 Strong campaign, this group will contribute a total of $200,000 in support of the College.
|H-SC Receives Tobacco Commission Grant|
Hampden-Sydney College has been awarded a $250,000 grant by the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Revitalization Commission to create a concept design and presentation materials for enlarging, renovating, and updating its science building.
|Men's Chorus & the Richmond Symphony|
At the invitation of the Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Commission and the Commonwealth of Virginia, over twenty colleges and universities sent choral singers to Richmond, joining with the Richmond Symphony and Chorus, for an April 13th concert celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Hampden-Sydney sent seven members of the Men's Chorus.