Office of Student Affairs
P.O. Box 5
Hampden Sydney, VA 23943
The College was named for English patriots John Hampden (1594-1643) and Algernon Sydney (1622-1683).
Intercultural Affairs Archive
Greetings everyone and welcome to the The Office of Intercultural Affairs at Hampden-Sydney College. My name is Mladen Cvijanovic, and I am the Assistant Dean of Students for Intercultural Affairs and New Student Orientation. One of my job responsibilities is to promote the community's knowledge, awareness, and acceptance of diversity on our campus. The Office of Intercultural Affairs is dedicated and committed to implementing educational and cultural programs that will enhance the community's cultural awareness and to promote diversity acceptance. Hampden-Sydney College is committed to the development of a diverse, accepting, and inclusive community for all of our students, faculty, and staff.
I graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in 2008 and am delighted to be able to continue to work for my Alma Mater. I am a native of Serbia where I was born and raised. I love Hampden- Sydney and believe that this is a special place to work and live. I am proud of our students and their achievements and am dedicated to the task of making sure our students have all the tools to ensure that their college experience is the best. I encourage anyone with positive ideas or suggestions to contact me. I have an open door policy for students and others who share the same love and passion for Hampden-Sydney College as I do.
I hope that you will find the content on our website to be meaningful and informative.
All the best,
Assistant Dean of Students
Dr. Howard Named African American Trailblazer
On February 25, at the Library of Virginia, President Christopher Howard was honored as one of the 2010 African American Trailblazers in Virginia History.
In his acceptance remarks, Dr. Howard quoted Sir Isaac Newton, "I can see so far because I stand on shoulders of giants," and looking at his fellow Trailblazers, "they are before me tonight." He particularly addressed State Senator Henry L. Marsh III, who litigated the cases connected with reopening and integration of the schools in Prince Edward County, "I know that there is a direct connection between the day Barbara Johns led her fellow students out of Moton High School and my standing here as President of Hampden-Sydney College." Full Story...
19th Annual Black Alumni Mentorship
Reunion Weekend Photo Gallery
MSU Lecture with: Nikki Giovanni: FINDING HOPE FOR THE FUTURE IN THE PAST, April 8, 2009
Unity Alliance Clothing Drive
Spring Semester 2009
Unity Alliance Panel Discussion:
"What's the Difference?!"
October 29, 2008
Remembering 2008-09 Events