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Visiting Campus

Due to an overwhelming response, registration for the April Accepted Students Day is now closed. We hope you’ll join us for a visit on another date this spring! You are welcome to visit us Monday through Saturday during the month of April.
 
We are also hosting a Campus Visit Day event on April 22, which will feature similar programming to Accepted Students Day. Although this event is open to high school juniors, there will also be an opportunity to meet other accepted students during the day.
 

Transfer Student Reception

We hope you will join us for our Transfer Student Reception on Thursday, May 7 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Throughout the evening you’ll have the opportunity to meet with current students, faculty and staff to learn more about campus life.

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Next Steps for Fall 2015 Admitted Students

It is very important that you inform us of your plans to attend Hampshire College by your deposit deadline.*

Deposit deadlines:

  • Early Decision I Students: January 1
  • Early Decision II Students: February 15
  • Early and Regular Action Students: May 1
  • Transfer Students: June 1

 

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*Whether you choose to accept our offer or that of another college, we do please need your response.

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