The Hampshire College commencement ceremony is about celebrating you. Take an active role and make it as successful as you are.
Commencement Information and Diploma Form [will be available soon]
If you have a concern about the pronunciation of your name, contact the Dean of Faculty Office.
See commencement schedule here.
Diplomas will be handled by the Dean of Faculty Office. To get a diploma you must not have any holds on your account (e.g., overdue library materials, unpaid balance on your student account). You should check your student account on TheHub to confirm if you have a balance due and, if possible, be sure to settle your student account by Friday, May 15 at noon.
If you have a question about a library hold, please contact Suzanne Karanakis (413.559.5762, smkLO@hampshire.edu). Questions about holds from the business office should be directed to the student accounts office. Please note that diploma holds *cannot* be cleared on the date of commencement.
Mandatory Graduate Meeting:
All graduating students are required to attend this informational session for commencement.
Division III Presentations and Performances:
See schedule here.
The link for the virtual commencement ceremony will be available on the morning of Saturday, May 16.
All residents still on campus must be completely moved out of campus housing, have returned their keys to the housing operations office, and have left the campus by 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 17. Residents who return keys after 10 a.m. or who are found on campus after 10 a.m. will be billed a $100.00 late stay charge. For students returning to campus to retrieve belongings: We ask that you return to campus between Monday, May 18 and Monday, June 1. You should contact the Housing Office to make an appointment
Students can change their Division III titles directly on TheHub without having to revise their entire contract. From the evaluation menu, there is a new link under "Division III" called "Change My Division III Title." Students can complete this form anytime until their Division IIIs are evaluated by their chairs.