Student Health Services provides general outpatient healthcare, education, immunizations, and injections either by a nurse or physician.

COVID-19 Information

If you are feeling sick or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, start with these resources to help protect yourself, your community, and your friends.

Covid-19 Vaccine Documentation

VA Department of Health COVID Check

Student Health Center Hours

The Student Health Center professional nurses are available by appointment only during the following hours:

Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri—7:30 am-4 pm;
Thurs—9:30 am-6 pm

The Student Health Center College physican is available by appointment only during the following hours:

Mon, Tues—7:30-11:30 am;
Wed—7:30 am-3 pm;
Thurs—3-6 pm;
Fri—7:30-9 am

Please no walk-ins during this time.
CALL for an appointment: (434) 223-6167

Student Health Services is not open for regular clinic hours during school vacations and breaks, May Term, or summer break.

COVID-19 Procedures and Protocols


  • Appointment only. The Student Health Center will no longer provide walk-in service. Care will be provided by appointment scheduled by phone.
  • Entry doors are locked. Students are asked to call for an appointment or to ring the doorbell in case of emergency.
  • Masks and hand-sanitizer stations are available at the entrance.
  • Use of the waiting room will be minimized. Friends may not accompany a student to an appointment. Chairs are spaced according to social distancing guidelines. The waiting room is large enough to allow for social distancing among four students and a supplemental area is available for an emergency walk-in.
  • Non-COVID-19-related health services will continue to be available.


  • Computers have been upgraded with camera and microphone capability to allow tele-visits when appropriate. A telephone is available in each room except the waiting room, supply room, and medical records room.
  • A supply of medical-grade PPE for use by Health Center staff will be maintained, including gloves, gowns, face shields, and N-95 respirators.
  • Masks and hand-sanitizer stations are available at the entrance.

Cleaning Protocols

  • Disinfecting high-touch surfaces (light switches, doorknobs, faucets, toilet handles, phones, computer keyboards, counters, tables, and handles) will be the responsibility of the Health Center staff each morning and prior to leaving the building each evening. The staff will also disinfect exam rooms, bathroom, waiting room, and front doorknob after each patient, and as needed throughout the day.
  • Open-air circulation. The Health Center will be closed for one hour at lunch for at least 30 minutes to open all windows and allow for open-air circulation.
  • Custodial staff will clean and disinfect the building daily and as requested by Health Center staff during regular hours in the event of contamination.

Hampden-Sydney's COVID-19 Information page

Please visit the COVID-19 page for complete information about College policies, plans, and communications about Hampden-Sydney's safe return to campus.

Full Campus Reopening Plan

Student Health Staff

Kimberly R. Ball, BSN, RN
Director of Student Health

Timothy W. Corbett, M.D.
College Physician 

Nancy Hudgins, BSN, RN
Primary College Nurse

Cindy Ison, BSN,  RN
College Health Nurse

Connie Denise Faircloth, LPN

Student Health Form

All students are required to provide complete and accurate information about their overall health and vaccination/immunization history. The Student Health Form below must be completed by the student and their health care provider and returned to the following address by the stated deadline.

Student Health
Hampden-Sydney College
P. O. Box 336
Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943

Student Health Form

Farmville Family Pharmacy Charge Account

The Farmville Family Pharmacy, an independent pharmacy located in Farmville, offers students the opportunity to set up an individual account. They will

  • allow the student to receive their prescription without paying at the time of pickup
  • make deliveries to the campus on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Additionally, if your son needs over-the-counter medication or supplies that are stocked in the pharmacy, they can be delivered to campus. Students may either arrange a drop-off location or pick up their orders at the Health Center.

This program is maintained by the Pharmacy. If you are interested in setting up an account, download the Farmville Family Pharmacy Intake Form, and submit it directly to Farmville Family Pharmacy. Contact information is on the form.  Please call the Pharmacy if you have further questions.

Farmville Family Pharmacy Intake Form

Student Health Rights

Student Health Services staff believes that:

  • Each student has the right to treatment with dignity by a professional medical staff that has experience in the care of college students.
  • The information that a student shares with us must be kept in confidence; it will not be shared without the student's permission.
  • A student should be given the opportunity to be a partner in his care and should be given choice of treatment options and of health care providers when such options are available.
  • A student should be given accurate, clear information regarding his health problem and prescribed treatment.
  • Students have the responsibility to be truthful about their concerns, to follow their prescribed treatment plan, and to ask questions.


Missed Classes Policy

Students are responsible for contacting their professors and advisors when any illness or injury prevents them from attending class. Student Health Services does not provide medical excuses for missed academic responsibilities.

Missed Classes

Health Services

General outpatient healthcare and education is provided at the Student Health center either by a nurse or physician.


Health Services

Student Health Services

Director of Student Health
Kimberly R. Ball, BSN, RN
P.O. Box 336
204 College Road | Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943
Phone  (434) 223-6167 | Fax (434) 223-7071