Hampden-Sydney College, while exempted from Subpart C of the Title Ⅸ regulation with respect to its admission and recruitment activities, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, handicap, sexual orientation, or veteran stat us in the operation of its educational programs and with respect to employment. For information on this non-discrimination policy, contact
Director of Human Resources,
Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 23943,
telephone (434) 223-6220
Dr. Dale Jones
Vice President for Administration, Strategy, and Board Affairs
Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 23943,
telephone (434) 223-6114.
The College does not permit any type of business solicitation on campus without written authorization from the Dean of Students and/or the Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer, who confer before a decision is reached. This applies to individuals, students, and non-students, and campus or non-campus groups or organizations, as well as electronic, print, or voice solicitation. Unauthorized solicitors should be promptly reported to the Dean of Students.
Intellectual property produced by a student as part of his course work, thesis or honors research, other than funded research for which the College has obligations to others, is owned by the student as are all copyrights, and revenue derived from it, not the College. Intellectual property created by a student in the course of his employment by the College on a specific project, except for a thesis written by him, as well as intellectual property developed with College resources to the extent that use exceeds what is normally provided students, are the property of the College.
Hampden-Sydney College recognizes and respects intellectual property rights. It is part of our mission to maintain the highest standards of legal and ethical conduct, which are characteristic of good men and good citizens. Therefore, we are committed to fulfilling our legal obligation regarding utilization of copyright-protected works.
The United States Congress enacted the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) on October 28, 1998. The Act provides legal protection from liability for copyright infringement to online service providers who comply with the provisions of the Act. Institutions of Higher Education are considered, within the context of the Act, to qualify as online service providers, and are therefore protected by this Act. Hampden-Sydney College has filed the proper forms with the U.S. Copyright Office to receive immunity under the Act.
Upon discovery of Copyright infringements on this site, the copyright holder must submit a signed notice of infringement to the institution, identifying the copyrighted material. The copyright holder must provide contact information (address, phone number, and e-mail address) and a statement that the infringing material is being used without consent. Upon a receipt of proper notification of copyright infringement, the designated Copyright Agent will take action as outlined in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
The copyright owner should submit copyright infringement documentation to:
P.O. Box 37
Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943