Office of Student Affairs
P.O. Box 5
Hampden Sydney, VA 23943
Based on endowment per student, Hampden-Sydney is in the top 25% of institutions of higher education.
Student Support Phone Numbers:
- Academic Success (Dean Fye): 223-6286
- Campus Security: 223-6164
- College Chaplain (Dr. Keck): 223-6269
- Counseling Services (Vince Rose): 223-6107
- Multicultural Diversity (TBD)
- Student Health Services (Nurses Graham & Kiewiet De Jonge): 223-6167
The Office of Academic Success provides services to all Hampden-Sydney students. We are here to assist you in setting and reaching your academic goals. Attending college is a wonderful opportunity that can be both exciting and confusing at times. Our purpose is to help you navigate your course. Our goal is to support Hampden-Sydney students in developing the skills necessary for effective performance in and positive adjustment to the college learning environment. We have an array of services designed to help you succeed.
The H-SC Dining Services staff is committed to making your campus dining experience enjoyable and satisfying. Recognizing you will be on and around campus most of the year, we have planned many exciting special events to make your campus dining experience fun and memorable– holiday festivities, menu features such as Surf & Turf, and Exam Spirit-Lifters.
The Hampden-Sydney College Department of Security and Police is dedicated to the support of the College's mission, "...to form good men and good citizens in an atmosphere of sound learning," by ensuring a safe and secure campus community. The safety and well being of our students, employees, and visitors are the foremost of our concerns.
The Career Education and Vocational Reflection Office educates Hampden-Sydney men in career exploration; acquaints them with job search skills and appropriate resources necessary to reach their career goals; assists them with obtaining experiential learning opportunities; and helps them locate specific employment and graduate school opportunities in order to achieve success after College.
Hampden-Sydney seeks to provide all members of the College community with access to the latest innovations in information technology. The John B. Fuqua Computing Center, located in the basement of John's Auditorium, houses a lab with more than twenty PCs, scanning and printing facilities, and a data center used to manage College information.
The Hampden-Sydney College Counseling Center offers a range of counseling and mental health services to the College community. The center is committed to enhancing the academic mission of the college through a variety of services. Counseling Center staff welcome students who have diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and orientations.
In keeping with the original announcement of the College, Hampden-Sydney seeks "to form good men and good citizens in an atmosphere of sound learning." The College is committed to the development of humane and lettered men and to the belief that a liberal education provides the best foundation not only for a professional career, but for the great intellectual and moral challenges of life.
The Student Health Services in the Wellness Center is open for clinic hours on a walk-in basis during the regular academic year (fall term and spring term) from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The College Physician is available to see students at 7:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. Students should be at the Center at that hour if they wish to see the doctor. At other times, the Center is staffed by professional nurses who are experienced in the care of health problems that frequently plague students.
There is no fee for Student Health Services visits.
This department aims to provide the College with leadership and direction in the area of diversity and cultural competency. As a central resource for creating an atmosphere conducive to optimal college success for students of color, Intercultural Affairs wants to equip all students with an understanding of minority cultures.
Hampden-Sydney College operates a contract Post Office for the U.S. Postal Service. It is in Graham Hall. Mail is posted in the morning Monday through Friday. Cash-only window service is provided. You are responsible for mail pickup on a regular basis.
Every residence hall room is wired for cable television. All televisions will receive channels 2 through 68. Premium channels packages are available through Shentel our television provider.
The Guest House is a place for young female students visiting our students. Friday & Saturday Nights 11:00 p.m. - 11:00 a.m.