Admitted Students

Congrats on your acceptance!

We are so excited to welcome you to our dynamic school. You already know that an education is what you make of it, and at Hampshire you can make it extraordinary by using your passions, your brains, your boldness, and your hard work. Explore more of what we have to offer below, and let us know if you have questions. We can’t wait to see you!

A change to our deposit deadline

The Department of Education has informed us that colleges can expect to receive student information from the FAFSA no earlier than March 2024. Given this delay, Hampshire College has decided to extend our deposit deadline to June 1, 2024, for both Early Action and Regular Decision applicants. We understand that sticking to the traditional May 1 deadline would add unnecessary pressure on families as they navigate financial aid decisions for fall 2024 enrollment.

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Whether you choose to enroll at Hampshire or at another college, we ask for your response to our offer of admission.

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Deposit Deadline
First-Year and Transfer December 15
International December 1


Deposit Deadline
Early Decision March 1
Early Action June 1
Early Decision II March 1
Regular Decision June 1


Deposit Deadline
Domestic Transfer June 1
International Transfer May 15



Getting Started

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Hampshire Application Portal

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Financial Aid Office

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International Students

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Community and Student Life

Academic Life

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Course Registration

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Course List

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Academic Calendar

Keep track of all the important dates and upcoming events.

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The Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA)

Get support and assistance as you begin to plan your academic goals.

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Meet a Few of Our Amazing Students

Rupert Tawiah-Quashie F22 wears a white sweatshirt and looks into the camera. He is sitting at a desk.

Hampshire Student Seeks to Improve Accessibility in Basketball with a Speech–to–Sign Language Algorithm

Driven to merge his passions — technology and social impact — Division II student Rupert Tawiah-Quashie built a tool to help officiate basketball games for deaf players. The program seamlessly translates referees’ voices into sign language.

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Student Abby Fussell wearing glasses.

Gender Studies, Sex Education, and Representation: A Conversation with Abby Fussell S23

Abby Fussell S23 was the first student to transfer to Hampshire from New College of Florida (NCF) this year. They are among a growing cohort of former NCF students finding a new academic home here.

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Sebastian Dresbach 19F

Sebastien Dresbach F19 Finds Passion in the Classroom — and on the Soccer Field

An intrepid learner, Sebastien Dresbach F19 joined Hampshire in fall 2019 amid the College’s fight for independence. Reflecting on the past few years, he says he knows he made the right decision; at Hampshire, Sebastien found a place where he belongs.

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Watch Their Stories

Sunny Laprade 18F

Sunny Laprade 18F

Recent Hampshire College graduate wrote, directed, and performed an hour long stand-up comedy special for her Div III project.

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Nick Bythrow 18F

For his Div III he wrote a multi-chapter paper examining the divisive rhetoric and disinformation on the image-board website 4Chan.

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Daily Miyamoto 18F

For her Div III she created a documentary-style memoir film titled, "Unseen Journey to Trust: an adoption story."

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Katarina Perunovic 18F

For her Div III she crafted an interdisciplinary project exploring "the shattering of her reality in terms of her identity as a Serbian-American woman."

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