Each year, Hampshire alums and families gather at dozens of events across the country organized with the support of alum volunteers. Events range from cocktail parties with the President to museum visits, networking receptions, Alumni Reel screenings, and more. Attending a regional event is a great opportunity to connect with the Hampshire community in your area and hear news from the College. We hope you’ll join us at our next event!
Visit your favorite spots on campus, connect with friends old and new, and keep your Hampshire education alive with workshops, discussions, art exhibits, and screenings. What’s your Div IV?
Family, alumni, friends, and students come together every October for a weekend of panels, exhibits, screenings, and fall foliage. Join us as we celebrate the amazing work of students, faculty, and alums!
A curated collection of short film, television, and video clips that showcases the vision and creativity of our alumni is shown in New York, Los Angeles, and on campus annually.
An optional, in-depth series of workshops, panels, and informational events designed to give families a deeper understanding of Hampshire College and its resources.
Welcome to the Hampshire community! Our staff supports new students and families as they move into their rooms and get settled. Afternoon panels provide families with an overview of the academic program and campus services.
Save the date for Hampshire's 50th Anniversary, June 4-7, 2020!
In September, 2016, Hampshire College dedicated the R.W. Kern Center, a 17,000-square-foot building constructed of mostly local and entirely non-toxic materials designed to achieve Living Building Challenge certification by generating its own energy, harvesting its own water, and treating its own waste. We celebrated with a symposium, hands-on workshops, and had ample connections and camaraderie while we explored what buildings can do to enhance the quality of human life with the smallest possible negative impact on our environment. See photos here.
The Hampshire program, which comprises two trips, will draw on the close contacts made during the College’s unique, 14-year-old Study Abroad Program in Cuba, planned and operated in conjunction with the Cuban Union of Artists and Writers (UNEAC.)
Thanks to all who helped to make the Hampshire of Color and 25th Anniversary of the Cultural Center Celebration weekend such a success.