Discover Hood

Learn about our facilities, our state-of-the-art labs and discipline-specific learning areas. Meet our high-caliber faculty and explore our beautiful campus. We can't wait to say hello!

Andrea Chapdelaine

One of the very first words you’ll hear at Hood is “hello.” And that’s because we pride ourselves in being a friendly and welcoming campus. This treasured tradition of warm hellos and genuine smiles helps foster the friendly atmosphere that makes Hood home. Hello...and welcome to Hood.

President Chapdelaine
Alumnae Hall

Four Columns

The four Ionic white columns that support Hood’s historic Alumnae Hall -- dedicated by the Classes of 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918 -- define the spirit and principles of a Hood education. Each column is named for a core value.

  • Hope: To believe that everyone can have a positive impact on the world and that education is instrumental in creating and sustaining hope.
  • Opportunity: To fully use one’s talents and skills to realize professional and personal achievement and to help create and realize opportunities for others.
  • Obligation: To fulfill personal and professional responsibilities with integrity and to be a responsible steward and servant to the betterment of others and this world.
  • Democracy: To embrace diversity, foster freedom of thought and expression, and to promote engaged citizenship both in self and others
graduate mortarboard

90% of graduates

report landing a job or being admitted to grad school within one year of graduation

Stories

Eric Louérs-Phillips, DOL

Eric Louérs-Phillips, DOL: The First Hood College Doctoral Graduate

Eric Louérs-Phillips, DOL Graduate Student

"My journey to earn a doctoral degree is a personal one. As someone who enjoys the process of being schooled, I’ll earn the highest academic degree possible - not for monetary gain, job advancement, or to be elevated in the eyes of some - but for me."

  • Academics
  • Education
Poster Presenters

Hood Cohosts Mathematics Conference

Seniors Who Presented Posters at the Conference Undergraduate Student

Hood cohosted the Mathematical Association of America MD-DC-VA Spring 2019 section meeting. Hood's full-time mathematics faculty and several students participated.

  • Academics
  • Partnerships
  • Math & Computer Sciences