Registration Current Hamline Students Register Online Visiting Students Mail or fax the registration form. Your registration will be acknowledged via e-mail. Student Administrative ServicesEast Hall, Room 113 1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104-1284 Fax: 651-523-2585Phone: 651-523-3000 Course Credit & Course Load All courses listed; are four semester credits unless otherwise noted. A total of eight semester credits is the maximum course load for summer. Hamline students are granted residency credit for up to eight credits taken during the summer (See Residency Policy section in the Undergraduate Bulletin)Hamline students wishing to take more than a total of eight semester credits must file a petition with the Student Administrative Services office. (Visiting and Postbaccalaureate program students are excluded from the credit limit.) It is strongly advised that students do not take more than one course during the same summer term. Course Cancellation Check after June 1 on the Piperline course schedule for your course status. Students will be notified by e-mail if a course in which they are registered is canceled. Drop/Add Policy Nonpayment and/or nonattendance does not drop you from your course(s) and does not result in a refund or reversal of charges.You may drop classes through the second class period of any term and get a 100 percent reversal of tuition charges. After classes have begun, you must submit a drop/withdraw card signed by your instructor in order to be officially withdrawn and have your charges reversed (and receive your refund if applicable).If you decide to drop your course before the first day of classes, you may contact the Student Administrative Services office at 651-523-3000 to officially drop.Classes can be added with instructor signature on the first or second day. Classes can be dropped online via Piperline through the last day to drop a class. Drop and add cards can be picked up from the Student Administrative Services office and must be returned there in person. Academic Policies Summer students are responsible for knowing certain information located in the Undergraduate Bulletin. The Academic Policies section includes information on grades, incomplete contracts, and class attendance. Courses that are referenced as prerequisites for summer classes can also be found in the Undergraduate Bulletin.