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The Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA) provides support and assistance to students and advisors to plan and achieve academic goals.
Looking for activities or student groups to join? Visit CLA located behind Dakin Master House, facing the outdoor pavilion.
Please remember to check your on-campus mailbox at the post office on the ground floor of the Harold F. Johnson Library. On-campus mailings as well as fliers and other important information will be sent to your assigned mailbox.
Parking information as well as policies and parking citation appeal forms can be found through the Campus Police.
Please register your vehicle if you will be bringing it on campus. A parking lot will be assigned to you after your registration has been approved.
Please register your bicycle if you will be bringing it on campus. Wondering where to park your bicycle? Bike racks have been placed randomly around campus. Please be sure to bring your own lock to secure your bicycle.
Visit CORC, located on the 3rd floor of Harold Johnson Library for assistance with internships, resume building, and more.
The dean of students office provides a broad range of student services and facilitates educational and campus life opportunities within the division of student life.
The Hampshire College Emergency Notification System allows the College to contact the College community in the event of an emergency via text message, voice message, or email.
Visit health services, located behind the admissions office.
Follow the Kern Kafe on Instagram.
Lockers are available in the Robert Crown Center (RCC) on a first come, first serve basis. Any student with a valid picture ID may sign up for a locker in RCC locker room. Lockers can be signed out per semester. Students must present ID card at front desk and sign up with front desk monitor Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Students must provide their own locks.
Voluntary meal plan options are available for commuters.
Lost your OneCard ID? Find out how to obtain a replacement card.
Need to use a computer, make a copy, or print something? Find out where.
A listing of hours of operation for campus offices, buildings, and centers.
The student handbook is your annual contract with the College. Know the basics of community norms and academic policies.