Grants


Council of Independent Colleges - NetVUE

Council of Independent Colleges - NetVUE
Hampden-Sydney College has been awarded a Council of Independent Colleges - NetVUE Program Development Grant of $34,950 for a two-year program to expand and strengthen its current efforts in making vocational reflection a central part of the College’s culture.
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The Marietta McNeill Morgan and Samuel Tate Morgan, Jr. Foundation

The Marietta McNeill Morgan and Samuel Tate Morgan, Jr. Foundation
The Marietta McNeill Morgan and Samuel Tate Morgan, Jr. Foundation awarded a grant of $25,000 for repair and restoration of classrooms in Gilmer Hall, the science building.
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The Cabell Foundation

The Cabell Foundation
The Cabell Foundation awarded H-SC a $150,000 grant to upgrade classrooms and teaching technology, upon the College’s meeting the requirements of the two-to-one fundraising match.
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The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges

The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges
The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges has awarded H-SC a grant of $28,500 to perform upgrades and improvements in fine arts classrooms, furniture, and equipment.
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The Virginia Tobacco Commission

The Virginia Tobacco Commission
The Virginia Tobacco Commission awarded $250,000 to Hampden-Sydney College to create a concept design and presentation materials for enlarging, renovating, and updating Gilmer Hall, the science building.
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The Mason and Lula Cole Charitable Trust

The Mason and Lula Cole Charitable Trust
The Mason and Lula Cole Charitable Trust awarded $10,000 to Hampden-Sydney College to create exhibit areas and improve humidity control in the Esther Thomas Atkinson Museum.
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Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust

Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust
H-SC Professor Rachel Goodman received a grant from the Thomas F. Jeffress and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust to investigate the interaction between an emerging virus infection and chronic environmental stressors, specifically chemical pollutants, in a population of locally-available reptiles, February 2012.
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Jessie Ball duPont Religious, Charitable and Educational Fund

Jessie Ball duPont Religious, Charitable and Educational Fund
Hampden-Sydney College received a grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Religious, Charitable and Educational Fund to support the development of a campus master facilities plan, February 2012.
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The Apgar Foundation

The Apgar Foundation
The Apgar Foundation awarded Hampden-Sydney College a grant to support academic elements of the James Madison Project, an initiative to enrich the education of men for principled citizenship and leadership, February 2012.
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The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation

The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation awarded Hampden-Sydney College a $1,000,000 grant to assist in the creation of a fine arts center, January 2012.
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