• Academics

  • Hamline University
    1536 Hewitt Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284

  • Schools and Colleges

    Hamline University is comprised of five schools and colleges that work together to provide a world-class education for nearly 4,900 undergraduate, graduate, and law students. 

    College of Liberal Arts

    At Hamline, students collaborate with professors invested in their success. They are challenged in and out of the classroom to create and apply knowledge in local and global contexts, while cultivating an ethic of civic responsibility, social justice, and inclusive leadership and service.

    The College of Liberal Arts offers offers undergraduate majors, minors, and certificates in over 50 areas of study and several graduate degrees and programs.

    NOTE: The programs in the former Graduate School of Liberal Studies (programs now known as The Creative Writing Programs and MALS) can be found in the College of Liberal Arts under the graduate degrees and programs link.

    School of Business

    Hamline's School of Business specializes in cross-sector learning: we offer programs specific to the business, government, and nonprofit environments so you can focus your studies on your career track. Gain valuable insight into all sectors to help you interact with key stakeholders.

    Learn more about undergraduate business degrees and graduate business degrees offered through the School of Business.

    School of Education

    Passion for teaching and learning lies at the center of Hamline School of Education—an innovative, collaborative community that attracts more than 8,000 educators each year.

    Learn more about undergraduate and graduate education programs offered through the School of Education.

    School of Law

    Serve your clients, better society, and realize your full potential with a degree from the Hamline School of Law.

    Learn more about degree options through the School of Law.

  • Recent News
    • Justin St. Germain NPR photo 210
      The Creative Writing Programs is pleased to announce that Justin St. Germain will be joining the faculty in late summer as a Visiting Assistant Professor in creative nonfiction.
    • MFAC faculty Gene Luen Yang's graphic novel masterpiece, Boxers & Saints, won the School Library Journal's 2014 Battle of the Books.
    • Senior Jenna Potter, an English major and German and communications double minor at Hamline, was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Hamburg, Germany. Senior Libby Otto named as alternate to Norway.