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Academic and Student Life Support Services

Fall 2020


Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Contacts: Jessica C. Neal, College Archivist:
How we can help: The archives staff is available for remote research consultations, consultations about donating or transferring records to the archives including general institutional records, 50th anniversary donations, and Div III submissions, to which we strongly encourage submission via our Compass platform. Also, the staff can answer questions about reproduction support. Appointments are available by contacting Hampshire Archives research requests can be made directly to Archivist Jes Neal

Campus Leadership and Activities (CLA)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Remote and in-person services. Pleas email to set up an appointment.
Contacts: General,; Carolyn Strycharz,, Tammy Parks,
How we can help: Questions about student groups, HampEngage, student group recognition, campus resources, resources for student group signers, and planning programs and events.


Contact: Greg Narleski, or submit a student of concern report
How we can help: The Concern, Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) team is a student-focused resource group comprised of staff from the Dean of Students Office, Residence Life, CASA, Campus Safety, Counseling Services, and OARS whose goal is to support all students through challenges they may experience during their time at Hampshire. Many supports are available, and the CARE team coordinates response and outreach to empower each student to navigate resources and assist in a plan for their success. If you have a student needing support or not in communication, please contact us.

Career Options Resource Center (CORC)

Contacts: Carin Rank: and Sharón Friedner: or
Remote appointments are available via phone or Zoom. Use the online scheduler found on the CORC homepage. Click the big yellow “Schedule an Appointment” button.
How we can help: Information about Cover Letters / Resumes / Job and Internship Links / Personal Statements / Grad School / Networking & Alumni Connections. If you need personal assistance, either email us at or schedule an appointment.

Center For Feminisms and Queer Community Alliance (CFFs & QCAc)

Contact: Emily Rimmer,
How we can help: This semester, the center is open so that students can access the gender affirming clothing swap and free menstrual supplies. Email for one-on-one appointments. Updates events and resources can be found on out Facebook group pages and email list. We will be offering a Survivors Circle, a survivor-centered space.

Central Records (Registrar)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Contacts: Rachael Graham and Hannah Mazzarino at
How we can help: General information and support using TheHub / Academic Records / Address Changes / Enrollment Certification / Course Registration / Divisional Status Questions

Ordering Transcripts and other information on transcript preparation. Contact: Isabelle Tremblay

Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Contacts:  Zena Clift; Ernie Alleva; Monsita Moorehead; Ally Senecal: or 413. 559.5498
How we can help: Questions about academic procedures and policies; help with finding advisors and committee members; concerns about academic progress.

Community Commons (CoCo)

The Community Commons (CoCo) is a collaboration, a path, and a place. CoCo Convos and the CoCo/CBD student group are currently planning remote sessions. Please check your email and the Daily Digest for the schedule. Collaborating programs will continue to join the CoCo.
Hours: Monday–Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. via email or Zoom / other times by appointment.

Amy Dryansky: or 413.559.5730
Virtual Office Hours: Wednesdays 3–5 p.m. / email for a link

Beth Mattison: or 413.559.5613
Email questions or to set up an appointment / also schedule appointments via my maison

How we can help:

  • CoCo Conversations: a weekly conversation circle on various topics open to all students; 

  • Grants: funding and grant writing assistance for student projects, research and internships; 

  • CoCo/CBD Student Group: a friendly weekly discussion group for all students interested in exploring ideas around identity & wellness, and sharing their Divisional work in those areas.

  • Group and individual advising, trainings, skill-shares, research support, troubleshooting, and strategizing about student academic paths at Hampshire;
  • Advising/training around Community Engagement (CE), activism/movement work, social justice community partnership projects/research, CEL 1 and 2

Community Engagement (CEL-1 and CEL-2)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Contact: Mary Bombardier,
Email to questions or to set up an appointment.
Remote Services: Checking-in to hear how you’re doing, advising CEL1&2, integrating community projects with your academic work, social justice community partnerships, Community Commons (CoCo) events, projects, research, grants, and training.

Dean of Faculty Office

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Contacts: Yaniris Fernandez: and Jackie Jeffery:
How we can help: Provide support and advice either by phone or remotely on Zoom. Jackie and Yaniris are both available virtually. If you call the main line at 413.559.5378, phone calls will be forwarded to emails, and we will respond in a timely manner. 

Ethics and the Common Good (ECG)

Ethics and the Common Good cultivates collaborative, ethical leaders who reflectively engage in creating more a just and resilient world.

Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Contacts: Teal Van Dyck: and Javiera Benavente:
Please email us to schedule an appointment.

We offer: 

  • Workshops, training and leadership development opportunities that support our collective capacity to reflectively engage in creating just, resilient, interdependent and accountable communities.
  • Common Good Events & Community Scholar Practitioner residencies with people working in a wide range of fields and contexts to share what they are learning about the common good and the best means of pursuing it.
  • Grant funding for student project grants and internships that advance ECG’s mission, goals and values.
  • Transdisciplinary courses that equip students to engage critically with contemporary ethical issues and questions that are relevant to our times, our lives, and our shared horizons.
  • Group and one-on-one advising on a range of topics including relational organizing, collaborative leadership, facilitation and group process, collective care, project development and implementation, internships, and divisional work.
  • Community Partnerships with local and national organizations including Pioneer Valley Worker Center, Double Edge Theatre, HowlRound Theatre Commons and PeoplesHub.


Hours: Monday–Friday | 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

We are available to support students with the following: 

  • Brainstorming online/virtual exhibition ideas
  • Talking through ways to complete Div III art projects without an in-person exhibition 
  • Guidance around documenting artwork
  • Artist statement feedback and support

Global Education Office (GEO)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Contacts: General email:, Katie Irwin:
How we can help:  Provide advising and support for students currently abroad, those planning to study abroad in the fall or beyond, as well as international students needing visa advice, OPT applications, and taxes. Katie is available for virtual advising sessions Monday through Friday. To schedule an appointment, go to or email

Office of Accessibility Resources and Services (OARS)

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Contacts: Madeline Peters and Cat/Milo Bezark; or 413.559.5423
How we can help: Questions and concerns about accommodations, negotiate implementation with professors

Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (IDI)

Contact: Co-Dean of IDI Amy Jordan:, Co-Dean of IDI Roosbelinda Cardenas:, Asst. Dean of IDI Karina Fernandez:
How we can help: Our office engages the entire Hampshire College community in developing and implementing an anti-racist plan. We address issues of bias, inclusion and diversity in the curriculum, community education, classroom, social and housing environments.
Please email at any time with an expected response within 24 hours.

Lebrón Wiggins Pran Cultural Center (CC)

Virtual Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 5-7 p.m.
Contacts:; Maria Cartagena,
How we can help: On-going resource for SOURCE students including 1-on-1 support, identity-based programming planning, advising SOURCE groups, facilitation of circle practices. Contact Maria Cartagena for specific times of virtual check-ins.    

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New Student Experience

Contact: Voula O'Grady,
Sign up for a remote chat/appointment:
How can we help: New student experience is dedicated to helping you make the most of your first year at Hampshire. We connect new first year and transfer students to resources and support services, and offer opportunities for connecting to academic and extracurricular opportunities. Be sure to read the NewToHamp newsletter, follow us on Facebook and Instagram to learn more, and send questions to

Outdoor Programs, Recreation, and Athletics

Contacts: Brad King, or Amanda Surgen, with questions or to schedule a video/phone call.
How can we help: Providing guidance and resources on strategies to create and maintain healthy living habits which support physical, social, and emotional wellness. Direct students to scheduled programming and recreation resources designed to help them thrive throughout this challenging time. Field remote programming requests/suggestions from students.

Quantitative Skills

Faculty and TAs teaching courses that include quantitative skills development continue to be a resource for students. Please contact your professors or TAs if you need assistance.

Queer Community Alliance Center

Contact: Emily Rimmer at
How we can help: Supporting LGBTQIA+ students. Students can reach out for one-on-one appointments. Updated events and resources can be found on our Facebook groups on the Hampshire College intranet and on our email list. This semester we will begin planning for the 12th Annual Five Queer Gender and Sexuality Conference. Fall 2020, LGBTQIA+ Five College Virtual Lounge on Discord.

Residence Life & Housing

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. (closed noon -1p.m.) and/or other hours by appointment

The Residence Life & Housing Office strives to create residential environments that are the most conducive to learning for each individual student. We also facilitate a process for students to form their own living communities, based on their living habits, commitment to a substance-free lifestyle, common learning goals, social identities, or medical needs.
Residence Life & Housing assigns all new students their rooms over the summer and manages all students' housing assignments throughout their enrollment at Hampshire College. The office handles all residential repair requests; keeps track of keys; helps monitor the health and safety of the residences; and keeps students informed of important dates and events related to housing.

Important Housing Dates and Deadlines to know.

Spiritual Life

Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Remote and in person services, please email to set up an appointment.

Contacts: Rev. David Ko,, Rabbi Ellen Bernstein,, Muslim/Hindu advisor Syma Sheikh,

How can we help: Provide one-on-one confidential conversations; support religious/spiritual students for their practices and accommodations; offer spiritual wellness programs and religious diversity training.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Contact: Greg Narleski,
How we can help: Our goal is to help and encourage students to be successful, both socially and academically; this includes providing the tools for students to make informed decisions. The conduct process and sanctions for violation of the norms for community living and policies are designed to guide student behavior and to balance the rights of the individual with that of the health and safety of the community. Need to report an incident?

Title IX

Contact: Greg Narleski,
How we can help: We are here to support students and employees in regards to Title IX, which encompasses a broad range of behavior including sexual assault, sexual exploitation, and sexual or gender-based harassment; relationship violence (also known as dating violence, domestic violence, or intimate partner violence); stalking; complicity; and retaliation. The office has many supports available. Need to report an incident?

Wellness Center

Contact: Voula O'Grady,
Sign up for a remote chat/appointment:
How can we help:  We promote holistic wellness from a harm reduction perspective, and offer programs and resources to support various dimensions of wellness including social, emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual, and occupational wellness. Join our mailing list and follow us on Instagram and Facebook for tips, tools, and news about our programs and services.

Writing Program

Hours: anytime during the week, faculty and staff will usually reply within 24 hours
Contacts: Will Ryan,, Alex Cuellar,, Andrew Byler,
How we can help: Help with any writing assignments, including Division III projects / Organization of papers / Beginning and ending a paper / Starting writing after relocation / Email first and then Will, Alex, or Andrew will set up a follow-up phone call or Zoom/Skype call (describe your project and indicate your contact preference).

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