All students whose status is withdrawn (voluntary, academic, administrative, or disciplinary) or medical leave must submit a complete readmission application to the Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA) if they wish to be considered for re-enrollment at Hampshire College.
Note: Students should be aware that, if readmitted, we cannot promise that they would graduate under the current academic program. You should feel free to reach out to one of the CASA deans for clarification or any questions.
Please contact CASA at 413.559.5498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or come by our office in the Lemelson Building to set up an appointment.
Readmission application forms are available from the Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA) by emailing Stana Wheeler, office administrator, at email@example.com. Students may request readmission materials up to a week before the application deadline. All materials must be received by the application deadline. The readmission application fee is non-refundable.
Spring Entrance: November 1
Fall Entrance: April 1
Hampshire does not have a rolling process for considering applications for readmission. The readmission committee meets just once per semester. It is important that, where applicable, supporting documents be recent. Students may request readmission materials up to a week before the application deadline.
It is important that you notify the financial aid and housing offices regarding your interest in applying for readmission as soon as possible. Financial aid resources for readmitted students are limited. If you are readmitted to Hampshire, the level of financial aid you receive may be lower than what you received when first admitted.
This program is open to former students who have completed all Division I and II requirements and who have been away from Hampshire for a minimum of ten years. The plan for the proposed Division III project is submitted to the Center for Academic Support and Advising along with the readmission application.
The project must be designed in such a way that the independent project and advanced educational activities can be done independently away from the Hampshire campus. The program provides access to faculty to complete the degree within four semesters (maximum). Contact Associate Dean of the Center for Academic Support and Advising Anne Downes at ext. 5498 for more information.