Hampton University Graduate College
News & Announcements
Washington, D.C. - The National Black Graduate Student Association, Inc. (NBGSA) is pleased to announce the election of Theresa Cry as the Vice-President for Conference Affairs during the organization’s 25th national conference in Dearborn, Michigan, this past week. As the organization prepares for an intense 26th year conference, Theresa Cry’s position is vital. New officers serve in the position as "elect" until the current administration ends in June 2013.
About the Graduate College
Welcome to the Graduate College of Hampton University, the premier Historically Black College and University research and professional-education Graduate College in the U.S. We are known for educational excellence, leadership development and nurturing close interactions among students and faculty. We offer world-class graduate programs, dedicated faculty, and wonderful opportunities for research and creative scholarly activity. We are more than a community of scholars committed to positively changing the world, we are the Hampton University family.
Our mission is to promote excellence in all programs and aspects of graduate education while being “streamlined” and “responsive” in finding ways to financially support our students. If your focus is on excellence, a graduate education at Hampton University is your finest choice. Our graduate faculty have achieved national and international recognition for their scholarship and their contributions to their professional disciplines. This expertise is shared willingly as our faculty are genuinely committed to student success.
We urge you, prospective graduate students, to explore the wide range of degree programs available by visiting our degree programs page, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 757.727.5454. We are delighted to invite you to become apart of our Hampton University family as we continue to create a better tomorrow - today.