Our faculty members are the heart and soul of the School of Liberal Arts and Education.
All Hampton students interface with faculty in the School through the general education core in courses such as English, History, Oral Communication, Humanities, Foreign Languages, and Social Science courses like Psychology and Sociology and Criminal Justice.
Our faculty members teach in one of 11 major areas of study in the School of Liberal Arts and Education. They also advise students, conduct research, and work on other scholarly and artistic projects.
School of Liberal Arts and Education faculty members are some of the most student-centered, nurturing, and accomplished faculty that you will find anywhere. They guide, assist, support, and encourage our students as they also engage their intellect, interests, and passions in ways that give them a hunger for lifelong learning and service.
- English & Foreign Languages
- Fine & Performing Arts
- Health, Physical Education, & Recreation
- Political Science & History
- Sociology & Criminal Justice