No matter what career path you choose, you will share the history of people who have been enriched by Liberal Arts courses. A college education provides you with the tools necessary to participate in your own prosperity and evolution, and by doing so, you enhance the global community. The Hampton University School of Liberal Arts and Education builds on that principal, with programs featuring top educators who encourage critical thought, individual expression, and analytical reasoning skills. The Hampton University School of Liberal Arts and Education is proud to share its heritage with a history of successful alumni that have dared to dream and achieve.

These alumni include:

John T. Biggers
Harlem Renaissance Muralist and founder of the Art Department at Texas Southern University
Spencer Christian
Danielle Crutchfield
White House Director of Scheduling
Allyson Kay Duncan
Fourth Circuit US Court Judge
Martha Louise Morrow Foxx
Vanessa Gilmore
US District Court Judge
Freeman A. Hrabowski III
President of the
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Theodore Theopolis Jones II
Associate Judge of the
Court of Appeals, New York
Alberta Williams King
Educator, Mother of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dorothy Maynor
Concert Singer
Angela Burt Murray
Editor in Chief, Essence Magazine
Bryan T. Norwood
Chief of the Bridgeport Police Department
Kimberly Oliver
2006 National Teacher of the Year
Elizabeth Omilami
Chief Executive Officer,
Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless
Joan Pratt
Comptroller City of Baltimore
Robi Reed
Casting Director
Gregory M. Sleet
US District Court Judge
Dianne Boardley Suber
President of Saint Augustine's College
Emil Wilbekin
Entertainment Journalist

The value of an education in a liberal arts college is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think something that cannot be learned from textbooks.
-Albert Einstein