To mark the organization's move to campus, the College has designated nature trails for education and recreation adjacent to the Hitchcock Center's new home
The office of event services and summer programs prides itself on providing a peaceful and professional setting for conferences, camps, retreats, and social events ranging from a dozen to 600 people.
With its wide-panel flooring and post-and-beam construction, the Red Barn offers a rustic feel with authentic New England charm.
The R.W. Kern Center is a living symbol of Hampshire’s values in practice and ideas in action. Our first major new building in three decades, it was built with the goal of certification under the world’s most advanced green building standard, the Living Building Challenge: generating its own electricity, collecting its own water, and built avoiding toxic “red list” chemicals using materials mainly from local and regional sources. The 17,000-sq-ft center is a major piece of Hampshire’s broad sustainability initiative to make campus operations carbon neutral, including a plan to go 100 percent solar for campus electricity this year. This multifunctional building also serves as a living laboratory, where students and the public study its systems and performance, tied to measures for sustainability.
Hampshire College offers a variety of summer academic programs, providing students with opportunities for intensive experience in fields that reflect our leadership in creativity, entrepreneurship and social change, world language learning, and food and agriculture.
The Hampshire College Early Learning Center is a College-based early childhood center serving children eight weeks to five years of age through an infant, toddler, and preschool program.
The Hampshire College Farm Center is a working farm and thriving educational center, providing agricultural programs for the College, local community members, and school groups.
The Hampshire College Community Supported Agriculture program (CSA) provides a model of farming directly linking consumers to farmers. With over 210 members, the CSA provides fresh organic produce to the campus and local community.
The Bay Road Tennis Club and MultiSport Center, on the campus of Hampshire College, is open during the academic year, September through mid-May. Several membership plans are offered, from tennis court use to the use of the track only.
Through the Cultural Village, independent organizations not directly affiliated with the College, but which share similar educational and programmatic values, are located on or adjacent to campus.