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Prospective Applicants can get Common App online support through the Applicant Help Center. From the Help Center, click the "Ask a Question" tab to contact our support team and access a comprehensive FAQ resource covering different aspects of the application process.

Counselors/Recommenders with Common App questions or suggestions can contact them through the Recommender Help Center. You can also receive real-time support through the new chat program available now from 12-4 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.


Please note: Hampshire will not consider SAT or ACT scores in any way as part of admissions and financial aid decisions. If you self-report your scores through the Common Application or submit them to us through the College Board, we will remove them from your application file. Learn more about Hampshire’s decision to go test-blind.

Proposed Program of Study

As part of Hampshire's Common Application Supplement, transfer students must submit a general proposed program of study. Transfer students who are currently enrolled in college must submit a list of currently enrolled courses and courses they plan to take prior to matriculation at Hampshire College.

After submitting your application

Once we process your application, we will send an acknowledgment letter that includes a username and password for you to check the completeness of your admissions file online.

Application Checklist

Don't miss a step with Hampshire's application checklist »

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Colleges that Change Lives

Hampshire College is a member of Colleges that Change Lives, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and support of a student-centered college search process.

"There are two reasons why Hampshire graduates achieve so much. One is the kind of person the college attracts. The other is what the college does for them by equipping them to become their own wide-ranging explorers and connection-seekers." —Loren Pope, Colleges that Change Lives (2006)