Application Deadline Extended
The 2013 fall application deadline has been extended through April 15.
Admission to Hampton University is based on an evaluation of high school grades; an assessment of the subjects
completed in high school; standardized college entrance examination test scores; a character reference; and an
essay. Several academic programs: Pharmacy, and the 5 year MBA program have separate and/or additional admissions
policies and may require additional information or criteria. Please visit the academic web page links for specific
To qualify for admission, a candidate must submit the following information by November 1 (Early Action)
or the standard deadline of March 1 for fall admission:
- The signed and completed application form for admission
- Application fee of $35.00 (non-refundable). Only cashier’s
check or money order accepted
- A copy of your social security card
- Standardized test results ACT or SAT scores are required
of all students
- OFFICIAL high school transcript
- Three letters of recommendation to include a guidance counselor or teacher
- An autobiographical essay
HIGH SCHOOL - Four years of English, algebra I & II, geometry, biology, chemistry with lab,
two social studies, and six academic electives. Foreign language is not required, but strongly recommended.
Candidates are urged to submit their application for admission as early as possible during their senior year of
high school. The University grants credit for (AP) advanced placement, and (IB) international baccalaureate programs.
TRANSFER STUDENTS - Must submit official college transcript(s) and your high school transcript with
less than 30 transferable semester hours (60 quarter hours); SAT or ACT scores. Students with a cumulative 2.5 grade
point average in college coursework receive the highest consideration for admission. The School of Pharmacy has
separate and additional admissions policies and requires completion of supplemental forms. Please visit their
academic web page link for specific information Transfer students are not eligible for direct admission into the
five-year MBA program.
Hampton University accepts all qualified applicants without regard to race, creed, national origin, religious
beliefs, or physical disabilities.