An international student is defined as one who is not a citizen or permanent resident alien of the United States. Hampshire College offers a limited amount of financial aid (grant) assistance to international students who demonstrate financial need. While the competition for international grants is strong, it is also the case that Hampshire is committed to maintaining and expanding its global campus community.
STEPS TO APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
1. Apply by the appropriate due date.
|Application Type||PROFILE and
|Certification of Finances|
|Early Decision I
|Nov. 15||Nov. 15|
|Early Decision II
|Jan. 1||Jan. 1|
|Dec. 1||Dec. 1|
|Feb. 1||Feb. 1|
|March 1||March 1|
|First Year and Transfer
|Nov. 1||Nov. 1|
2. Submit the required forms.
3. Fill out any other required supplemental forms.
4. Make Sure You Haven't Missed Anything.
Hampshire College offers a limited amount of financial aid (grant) assistance to international students who demonstrate financial need. These grants can cover up to the cost of tuition. Students who receive grant assistance are responsible for any remaining cost of tuition, as well as the cost of room, board, and other expenses.
This grant is renewable for a maximum of eight semesters, provided the student is enrolled and is making satisfactory academic progress. The amount of grant aid cannot be increased in renewal years. Financial assistance is not available to international students who did not receive aid upon admittance.
Consider applying for an outside scholarship. Learn more about outside scholarships.
Students may check the status of their financial aid application and forms needed to complete it by accessing The Hub at thehub.hampshire.edu. Please allow two weeks for processing.
"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)
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.