Frequently Asked Questions

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Here are some commonly asked questions regarding COVID-19 and how it might affect the Hampton University community, as well as resources for additional information. If your question is not answered here, please contact Hampton University at 757-727-5000.


The process for grieving a final grade is outlined in the Official Student Handbook or the Academic Catalog. The process begins with the instructor, and then moves through higher levels of appeal (Chairperson, Dean and Office of the Chancellor and Provost). The grievance process ensures that student concerns about grading or other academic matters are addressed in a fair and impartial manner.

Yes, if the employer and state guidelines for COVID-19 allow you to work. If your internship is for academic credit, and you cannot report to a pre-approved internship, and cannot find another one, please contact your academic advisor, department chairperson or dean, to inform them that you are not able to complete the course and plan for a future internship. Please also inform the Career Center, if applicable for your major, that you will no longer be completing the internship.

The process for grieving a final grade is outlined in the Official Student Handbook or the Academic Catalog. The process begins with the instructor, and then moves through higher levels of appeal (Chairperson, Dean and Office of the Chancellor and Provost). The grievance process ensures that student concerns about grading or other academic matters are addressed in a fair and impartial manner

Yes, if the employer and state guidelines for COVID-19 allow you to work. If your internship is for academic credit, and you cannot report to a pre-approved internship, and cannot find another one, please contact your academic advisor, department chairperson or dean, to inform them that you are not able to complete the course and plan for a future internship. Please also inform the Career Center, if applicable for your major, that you will no longer be completing the internship.

The process for grieving a final grade is outlined in the Official Student Handbook or the Academic Catalog. The process begins with the instructor, and then moves through higher levels of appeal (Chairperson, Dean and Office of the Chancellor and Provost). The grievance process ensures that student concerns about grading or other academic matters are addressed in a fair and impartial manner