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A student studies in the second-floor corridor in the Kennedy Arts Center in September.  Photo: Nancy L. Ford.

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Meet Our Staff

Nancy Thompson

VICE PRESIDENT of STUDENT AFFAIRS AND DEAN OF STUDENTS

nthompso@hamilton.edu

315-859-4020

Nancy Thompson leads the staff of the Division of Student Life with a focus on student leadership and engagement, intellectual and personal growth, a safe living and learning environment and community building activities.

Lisa Magnarelli

SENIOR ASSOCIATE DEAN AND TITLE IX COORDINATOR

lmagnare@hamilton.edu

315-859-4654

Lisa Magnarelli serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator and coordinates the activities of the Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Board. In addition, she provides oversight for the offices of Student Activities, Outdoor Leadership, Chaplaincy and Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP).

Allen Harrison

Associate Dean of Students for Multicultural Affairs and Accessibility Services

aharriso@hamilton.edu

315-859-4021

Allen Harrison advises international students, manages the peer mentoring programming for first-generation and multicultural students, and oversees accessibility services. For the latter, he works closely with students and their faculty members to coordinate accommodations for students with disabilities. Allen also chairs the Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT).

Jeff Landry

Associate Dean of Students for Health and Safety

jlandry@hamilton.edu

315-859-4021

Jeff Landry is responsible for determining the appropriate mechanism for dealing with alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct, serves as judicial coordinator, and chairs the Students of Concern committee (SOC) and Hamilton Emergency Response Team (HERT). Jeff provides oversight and direction for the department of and Campus Safety, Counseling and Psychological Services and Student Health Services.

Vivyan Adair

Associate Dean of Students for Academics

vadair@hamilton.edu

315-859-4600

Professor of Women's Studies Vivyan Adair coordinates the academic advising program and serves as a resource for faculty advisors. She chairs the Committee on Academic Standing (CAS), assists students to prepare petitions to the CAS, and administers its decisions. Vivyan works with faculty and other associate deans to help students resolve a variety of academic issues, and consults with the chair of the Honor Court on cases.

Regina Johnson

Staff Assistant, Office of the Dean of Students

rjohnson@hamilton.edu

315-859-4013

Regina Johnson provides a broad range of administrative support to the Associate Dean for Health and Safety and the Associate Dean for Multicultural Affairs and Accessibility Services. In addition, she coordinates judicial meetings/hearings and assists international students with immigration documents.

Karen Prentice-Duprey

Staff Assistant, Office of the Dean of Students

kprentic@hamilton.edu

315-859-4634

Karen Prentice-Duprey provides a broad range of secretarial and administrative support for the Associate Dean of Students for Academics (including duties for the Committee on Academic Standing and the Honor Court) and serves as a liaison for the Office of Off-Campus Study.

Cindy Reynolds

Assistant to the Dean of Students

creynold@hamilton.edu

315-859-4015

Cindy Reynolds provides administrative support to the Dean of Students and the Senior Associate Dean of Students. In addition, she coordinates student break shuttles and handles communication concerning student health insurance.

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Jubilant Sykes

JUBILANT SYKES, BARITONE
Sat., Sept. 10, 7:30 p.m.

Grammy-nominated baritone Jubilant Sykes brings a new dimension to the traditional vocal recital by drawing on gospel and jazz influences. Wellin Hall, Schambach Center

Jubilant Sykes

JUBILANT SYKES, BARITONE
SAT., SEPT. 10, 7:30 P.M.

Grammy-nominated baritone Jubilant Sykes brings a new dimension to the traditional vocal recital by drawing on gospel and jazz influences. Wellin Hall, Schambach Center

Jubilant Sykes

JUBILANT SYKES, BARITONE
SAT., SEPT. 10, 7:30 P.M.

Grammy-nominated baritone Jubilant Sykes brings a new dimension to the traditional vocal recital by drawing on gospel and jazz influences. Wellin Hall, Schambach Center

Jubilant Sykes

JUBILANT SYKES, BARITONE
SAT., SEPT. 10, 7:30 P.M.

Grammy-nominated baritone Jubilant Sykes brings a new dimension to the traditional vocal recital by drawing on gospel and jazz influences. Wellin Hall, Schambach Center

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Transcripts can be ordered online for $3. Electronic versions are only available for those who graduated or attended from 1994 to the present.

ORDER TRANSCRIPT ONLINE

Transcripts can be ordered online for $3. Electronic versions are only available for those who graduated or attended from 1994 to the present.

ORDER TRANSCRIPT ONLINE

Transcripts can be ordered online for $3. Electronic versions are only available for those who graduated or attended from 1994 to the present.

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UNREQUITED AND ACTS OF PLAY: FEBRUARY 18 – JULY 2

Comprising paintings, site-specific murals, and a series of gouache drawings, Unrequited and Acts of Play marks Julia Jacquette’s first museum retrospective.

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I'm impressed beyond words — and moved. I was a financial aid student who never could have afforded to go to Hamilton had it not been for the College's generosity, and those four years absolutely changed my life. You're now going to do the same for an unimaginable number of kids.

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I'm impressed beyond words — and moved. I was a financial aid student who never could have afforded to go to Hamilton had it not been for the College's generosity, and those four years absolutely changed my life. You're now going to do the same for an unimaginable number of kids.

Classroom

I'm impressed beyond words — and moved. I was a financial aid student who never could have afforded to go to Hamilton had it not been for the College's generosity, and those four years absolutely changed my life. You're now going to do the same for an unimaginable number of kids.

Classroom

I'm impressed beyond words — and moved. I was a financial aid student who never could have afforded to go to Hamilton had it not been for the College's generosity, and those four years absolutely changed my life. You're now going to do the same for an unimaginable number of kids.

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APPLICATION FAQS

Our goal is to admit the most able and promising mix of students who will contribute to the Hamilton community in meaningful ways. Although the primary criteria for admission are academic achievement and intellectual potential, we also value leadership and commitment to extracurricular and community activities, which may also include sustained work experiences. In forming the class, the admission staff seeks students representing diverse geographic, economic and ethnic backgrounds whose perspectives will enrich the learning community. Lastly, Hamilton seeks to admit candidates who are a good fit with the programs and experience the College offers.

First and foremost, we are going to look at your academic record and potential (rigor, transcript and test scores) to ensure you can be successful at Hamilton. To be honest, most of our candidates meet that threshold. From there, we are trying to figure out who would take advantage of the opportunities Hamilton offers and contribute to our community in meaningful ways. Much of this information is gleaned from interviews (optional, but encouraged), essays, recommendation letters, and assessing how you spend your time (activities, community service, family responsibilities, work experiences, etc.). A long list of activities is far less important than having a commitment to a few things about which you are deeply passionate. Demonstrating that in an application can be difficult, but we promise that every application that we receive will get fair consideration and thoughtful review from our admission team.

If you are using The Common Application listing Hamilton as one of the Colleges to which you intend to apply, it will add Hamilton-specific questions, including a short-answer essay, to your personalized Common Application portal. If you are applying through The Coalition Application, starting a Hamilton application will give you access to our customized application questions.

For those who would like a preview of our short-answer question, we have listed it here as well:

While the primary criteria for admission are academic achievement, intellectual promise, and community engagement, Hamilton also seeks to admit candidates who are a good fit with the programs and experiences offered by the College. Please take this opportunity (in 100 - 250 words) to tell us about your interest in Hamilton and, in particular, why you believe it is a place where you can thrive. Be open. Be honest. Be brief.

Hamilton's Admission Office will begin processing applications in early November. Once your application is imported into our database, you will receive an email and letter acknowledging receipt of your application and providing you with a login name and password for our secure My Hamilton portal, where you can manage and monitor your personalized checklist of Hamilton application materials.

Please note that during the peak processing times and surrounding application deadlines (particularly the first half of January), we may have a backlog for application processing, and it could take us up to two weeks to acknowledge your application or for materials to show up as received on your checklist. Thank you in advance for your patience.

First of all, we're pleased to hear that Hamilton is your top choice as expressed by your interest in making an Early Decision commitment. Provided that the Early Decision deadline (or conversion date in the case of Early Decision Round II) has not passed, we would be happy to convert your application to Early Decision. Please fill out our Early Decision Agreement Form, collect the required signatures by the appropriate deadline, and submit directly to Hamilton's Admission Office.
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