Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Only completed applications are reviewed. In order to secure your place in the program, a $300 nonrefundable tuition deposit will be due two weeks after date of acceptance.
April 3: Priority Deadline for all applications (the last date by which we can guarantee space in the program)
April 11: Tuition Discount Deadline (students will receive 15% tuition discount if all payments are received)
May 1: Application Deadline (all application materials must be submitted)
May 15: Payment Deadline (all deposits and payments must be submitted)
Hampshire College recommends the equivalent of 4 academic credits for the completion of this program. Students are strongly encouraged to check with their home institutions about accepted transfer credits. Upon completion of the program, students may request a Hampshire College transcript.
*This fee is for a full meal plan, which covers 3 meals a day, every program day, including the communally prepared meals and the meals at the dining commons. Partial meal plans are available for $90. This only covers one communally prepared meal per week. Students on a partial meal plan are responsible for all other meals on their own.
If you are a Hampshire student interested in seeking financial aid, you should indicate your intent on the application. The financial aid office will be notified directly and will determine if you have any remaining 2014-2015 eligibility for federal grant and loan funds. Students from other colleges should check with their home institutions regarding available financial aid.
Please note that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires all students to carry health insurance. Upon acceptance to the Food, Farm, and Sustainability Summer Academic Program, you will be asked to provide proof of insurance or required to purchase temporary coverage that could increase the overall program cost.
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