The Hampton University graduating Class of 2015, Ogre 15, will have U.S. Congressman and Civil Rights Activist John Lewis as the commencement speaker at the May 10 ceremony.
In addition to his service representing Georgia’s fifth district since 1987, Lewis is well known for leading the marched deemed, “Bloody Sunday” where he and more than 600 protesters attempted walking across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala. March 7, 1965.
Aaron Farmbry and Al-Majid Edwards
Hampton University is pleased to announce Sophomores Aaron Farmbry and Al-Majid Edwards were accepted into the UNCF Mellon/Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program.
The UNCF Mellon/Mays Programs are designed with the goal of strengthening the number of qualified minority faculty within the Academy. The mission of the program is to transform the Academy by creating a pipeline of undergraduates who will pursue the Ph.D. with the sole intention of becoming faculty members. As fellows, students receive semester stipends, annual travel stipends, and funding to support research activities and GRE preparation.
Miss HU 2014-2015
Miss Hampton University 2014-2015, Joye Parker, is in competition to be an Ebony magazine HBCU Queen. Click here to see her video. Once voting begins, we will alert the campus community to so you can begin supporting Miss HU. If she’s among the top 10 queens with the most votes, she will grace the pages of Ebony magazine representing HU. Voting is unlimited. Let’s make Miss HU a winner again this year!