Hampton University Facts at a Glance
Motto: "The Standard of Excellence, An Education for Life"

Founded April 1, 1868 as Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute
President Dr. William R. Harvey
Location Hampton, Virginia, United States (Driving Directions)
Campus Size 314 acres
Number of Buildings 118 (Campus Map)
Motto "The Standard of Excellence, An Education for Life"
Nickname Pirates
University Colors Reflex Blue and White
Conference Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)
Affiliation NCAA Division I FCS

Fall 2013 Headcounts (Unduplicated Student Counts)

Grand Total Headcount of Students 4,622
Undergraduate 3,742
Graduate and Professional 880
First-Time Entering Freshmen 1,004
 
Subgroup
Total Men 35%
Total Women 65%
American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.17%
Asian or Pacific Islander 1.73%
Black 89.77%
Hispanic 1.25%
White 7.07%
Nonresident Alien (NRA) 1.41%
Virginia (In-State) Students 36.32%
States Represented 46
On-Campus Housing: 46.18%

Fall 2013 Number of Applications

Freshmen 15,337
Transfers/Readmits 1,862
Graduate and Professional 534

Enrollment by Schools/Colleges

Enrollment by Schools / Colleges

*Sources: Office of the Registrar, Office of Admission,
Financial Aid, and Institutional Research Data Analyses

Related Information

University statistics are researched, compiled, and maintained by the Operations Analysis & Research (oar.hamptonu.edu). If you need additional information, please call 757.727.5474.

Fall 2013 Undergraduate
Tuition, Room, & Board

Tuition (All Students)  $18,618
Comprehensive Fee  $2,106
Total Tuition $20,724
 
Room/Board $9,230
Undergraduate Per Credit Hour $472.00

Additional estimated expenses include books, supplies, transportation and other personal expenses that are determined by lifestyle and other cost-saving avenues.

Degrees Conferred (May 2013)

Bachelors 659
Masters/Professional 154
Post Masters Certificates 3
Doctoral - Research/Scholarship 7
Doctoral - Professional Practice 63
Total 886

Faculty (Based on Fall 2012 Roster)

Student-to-Faculty Ratio 10:1
Number of Full-Time 323
Number of Part-Time 90
Faculty with Terminal Degrees 72%

Number of Programs Offered

Bachelors 48
Masters/First Professional 24
Doctoral (Ph.D.) 7
Doctoral (Professional) 2
Associate 4
Certificate 5
Total 90
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