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Hampshire Admissions Associate Program (HAAP)

Welcome to the Hampshire Admissions Associate Program!

HAAP is a great way for Hampshire graduates to give back to Hampshire and stay involved in the Hampshire community. HAAP volunteers repeatedly say that they love sharing their Hampshire experiences with prospective students and their families.

HAAP volunteers perform a variety of services for the admissions office. These include:

  • Interviewing prospective students
  • Attending college fairs
  • Participating in off-campus information sessions
  • Participating in receptions

HAAP Volunteer Renewal Form
If you were a HAAP volunteer during the 2012/2013 academic year and you wish to continue your service, please complete this form.

New HAAP Volunteer Form
If you wish to become a HAAP volunteer and have never served, or you were a HAAP volunteer prior to 2012/2013, please complete this form.

Guidebook for HAAP Volunteers
Please refer to our Volunteer Guidebook to learn more about the wide variety of ways you can volunteer with HAAP.

Other helpful links for volunteers:

If you have questions about HAAP, please feel free to contact us. Please make sure our email addresses are added to your white list so our correspondence isn't getting sent to your spam or junk folders. We encourage you to learn about the full range of alumni volunteer opportunities across campus.

Amber Haggerty
Assistant Director of Admissions
HAAP Director
ahaggerty@hampshire.edu

Doreen Kamansky
Administrative Assistant
HAAP Coordinator
dkamansky@hampshire.edu

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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)