Office of Student Affairs
P.O. Box 5
Hampden Sydney, VA 23943
Hampden-Sydney is a residential college; 96% of students live in a variety of college housing.
Academic SupportPROVOST AND DEAN OF THE FACULTY (Atkinson Hall)
Dennis G. Stevens, Provost and Dean of the Faculty - 1st Floor
J. Michael Utzinger, Associate Dean of the Faculty - 3rd Floor
Cameron Cary, Administrative Secretary - 1st Floor
- Academic concerns which cannot be resolved by a faculty member or advisor
- Matters to go before the Faculty or the Executive
- Committee of the Faculty
- For an appointment call (434) 223-6112, contact Ms. Cary at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Dean's office in Atkinson Hall.
Jane F. Holland, Senior Academic Secretary - Morton Hall 122
Patricia A. Brandt, Academic Secretary, Rhetoric Program - Morton Hall 122
Jessica McCormick, Academic Secretary, Bagby Hall and Global Education - Bagby Hall 313
C. Beckie Smith, Academic Secretary - Gilmer Hall 134
ACADEMIC SUCCESS (Bagby Hall - 2nd Floor)
Christa D. Fye, Associate Dean for Academic Support
Lisa A. Burns, Academic Counselor
Lisa Franklin-Prioleau, Academic Counselor (1st floor)
Gerri C. Williams, Secretary to the Associate Dean for Academic Support
- Academic support services for all students
- Matters pertaining to academic and social adjustment of freshmen and sophomores
- Learning disabilities: information, documentation, and support services
- For an appointment call (434) 223-6286 or contact Ms. Williams at email@example.com or visit Bagby 202.
L. Rucker Snead III '81, Director
Becca Snyder, Associate Director
Jennifer S. Allen, Senior Secretary and Recruiting Coordinator
- Career counseling in group and individual sessions beginning as early as the freshman year.
- Computerized self-assessment and career interest testing.
- Seminars on the job search, interview skills, resumes, networking, and internships.
- On-campus interviews with prospective employers.
- On-line career information through Tiger Connections. View all internships, seasonal employment, full time job listings, office events and workshops, and the Alumni Career Network.
- Career library with information on occupations and an extensive collection of graduate and professional schools.
- Industry-specific workshops, information sessions, and field trips.
- Application forms and study guides for tests such as GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, DAT and the PRAXIS.
- For an appointment call (434) 223-6106 or contact Ms. Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Bagby 209.
Mary K. Cooper, Director of Global Education and Study Abroad (Bagby 312)
Jessica McCormick, Academic Secretary, Bagby Hall, and Global Education and Study Abroad Assistant
- Information on study abroad programs for full year or semester, summer, and faculty-led May Term Programs.
- Assistance in program selection, preparation of applications, personal statements, faculty recommendations, and other materials.
- Sessions on study abroad issues such as passports and visas, money matters, health and safety, overseas housing/ meals, and personal travel options.
- Assistance with host-university course selections, and with obtaining proper transfer credit upon return to H-SC.
- Primary Designated School Official for international students on campus; issues and signs I-20 forms; organizes orientation and advising for foreign students on campus, in association with the Office of Student Affairs.
- For an appointment call (434) 223-6205 or visit Bagby 313.
WILSON CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
LTC L. Rucker Snead (USA, Ret.) '81, Director of External Affairs
Dr. David E. Marion, Director of Academic Affairs and Elliott Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs
May S. Reed, Assistant to the Director of the Wilson Center for Leadership
- Program for students interested in Public Service Careers
- James Madison Public Service Certificate Program
- Washington Semester Program
- Military Leadership/National Security Studies Minor Summer Internships in US or abroad (financial assistance available)
- Information & networking sessions with alumni
- Practical experience option with legislators in Richmond
- Trips to state capital and Washington, DC
- Workshops, lectures, debates, and symposia with public officials and scholars
- Application required during sophomore year
- Freshmen Leadership Program