• Hamline University Bedloft.com Program Information

    Fall 2013

    Attention all Hamline University Residents: Don’t forget to place your order to have your room furniture set-up for 2013-2014! Hamline is partnering with Bedloft.com once again to provide students with room furniture set-up options. This is the easy, affordable way to create additional living space in your residence hall room. Students can select from two different set-up options, all available at www.bedloft.com.

    This is the ONLY way you can have your room furniture set-up at Hamline! We strongly suggest that students take advantage of this service and place their order by AUGUST 18to have their room set-up before move-in day! Having Bedloft.com set-up you room will make move-in day much easier for you and guarantee that your furniture is set-up in a safe, school-approved configuration. Students may still place their order after August 18, but there will be no guarantee that it will be set-up before move-in day.

    Please note that roommates must BOTH agree to the same room set-up. Only ONE order is needed per room, so you can split the cost with your roommate! For students in quads, one order will set-up two beds in the room; if all four beds need to be set-up, TWO orders must be placed. Students in Sorin Hall only have the Captain set-up option.

    Bedloft.com also offers futons for purchase, which is a great addition to your room. The versatile futon is customized to fit in residence hall rooms and can be used as a loveseat, lounger or full-sized bed. This can be ordered as a complimentary product to your room set-up or as a stand-alone product.

    Proceeds from the program support Hamline Housing and provide funding for student activities. Last year, thousands of students across the nation rented from Bedloft.com. Place your order today with Bedloft.com to make move-in day easier AND support your school!

    Hamline would like to encourage you to take advantage of this service from Bedloft.com. We look forward to seeing you next fall!

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