Today, the school enrolls 800 plus graduate and undergraduate students. The School of Business is among the top producers of African-American undergraduate business baccalaureates. Students command excellent salaries and are actively recruited by Fortune 500 companies, big four accounting firms, and several Federal Government agencies. Approximately 25% of the School of Business graduates pursue advanced degrees, primarily in business and law.

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NASA/ILI TIME CHALLENGE had 132 Applicants from across the country. From Which 22 Finalists were chosen. 10 Finalists were from Hampton University. The Finals were held in Washington D.C. on October 27, 2018. The competition was very rigorous, but the Hampton University School of Business students did an exceptional job.


 First Place: Daryll Cunningham, Business Administration – Using a non-contact position sensor and a levitated interaction element to create magnetic field – To ultimately stop a Ball from bouncing out of a driveway into the street.

 2nd Place: Brianna Johnson & Brittany Powell, Business Administration – Using NASA Flashpose Camera Technology to Design an Athlete Recruiting Platform that can virtually track potential college scholars from middle school.

 3rd Place: Luca Taglialegne, Business Administration – A laser technology that eliminates the growth of Moss (Marine Fouling) on boats and ships.

 4th: Alexis Darko – Wireless/Remote Charging – Energy Transfer – Phone to Phone Exchange to Create a Central Bank with Energy Currency.


All ten Hampton University Final Entries have earned the right to apply for the NASA technology scholarship. Students also had the opportunity to visit NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in order to experience first-hand, the Hubble and other Telescopes in action.