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Hampton is a private graduate school in Hampton, Virginia in the Norfolk Area. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 826 graduate students. Of the 29 graduate programs offered at Hampton University, 6 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Hampton University are Pharmacy Studies, Business, and Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. 27% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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The professors within my degree program are generally very good. Also, there are regular opportunities broadcast to students via e-mail for job programs, job opportunities, and internships. The underlying problem is the administrative process, or process in general at Hampton University. The university is run like a mom and pop store, where no single individual feels they can take personal action to help a student. Rather, they typically tell you to go elsewhere for help, referring you to someone who has no specialization for your need. In the end, you wind up back at your original location speaking to the same person all over again. It's called the "Hampton Runaround" on campus.
Most buildings are substandard, and need professional updating.
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Hampton University accepts students who's GRE scores may not be the highest, but have a good application package as a whole. The university however does not upgrade the WiFi even though it is in desperate need. The heat runs in the summer and the air runs in the winter. No one seems to answer emails or phone calls within a timely manner.