Commonwealth Health Research Board
Hampden-Sydney College received a $125,000 grant from the Commonwealth Health Research Board for support over two years of science research.
The Guilford Foundation
The Guilford Foundation awarded H-SC a $150,000 grant over two years to support the Kirby Field House Maintenance Endowment.
Jesse Ball duPont Fund
Hampden-Sydney College received a $100,000 grant from the Jesse Ball duPont Fund to expand its commitment to digital marketing.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.