• Contributions to Community

    Achieving University Honors requires that students contribute to their community or communities (minimum 100 points, maximum 200 points). Students must provide evidence of attendance and reflective engagement, and no points can be awarded until a reflective piece is submitted. The number of points awarded depends on the nature of the engagement, the time committed, and the quality of the submitted reflection. All points awards are at the discretion of the Director of Honors.
      

    Contributions to Community: Achievement

    UHPoints*

     

    Serving with Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF) (points vary by position, one point per hour up to 50 hours/50 points. Contact Hamline Center for Justice and Law to apply.)

    50

    One-day engagements with the community (such as Night on the Street,
    Take Back the Night, Empty Bowls, and Day at the Capitol)

    5

    Being inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa

    35

    Serving as a Hamline Spirituality Scholar (one year)

    50

    Serving as a Hamline McVay Intern or Associate (one semester)

    25

    Serving as a Hamline McVay Fellow (one semester)

    35

    Participating in or holding office in Hamline's Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC), or in another student society (such as Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC), Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society, Hmong Student Alliance (HSA), Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG), Multicultural Alliance, International Student Organization (ISO) or PRIDE Black Student Alliance (BSA)), or participating in the New Student Mentor (NSM) program, or the Global Mentor Program 

    25

    Serving in Residential Life (points vary by position)—as Assistant Area Coordinator, Resident Advisor (RA), member of Hall Council, member of Residential Housing Association (RHA) Executive Board, or other

    35

    Working in the Hamline to Hamline Collaboration (one semester)

    25

    Participating in a Co-curricular Service/Social Justice Program (such as Catalyst Alternative Spring Break Trips, Students Today, Leaders Forever (STLF) Spring Break Trips, or Habitat for Humanity Spring Break Trips)

    20

    Participation in a Safe Zone Network educational program

    5

    Participation in Green Dot Training

    5

    Participation in Hamline Undergraduate Conference on
    Race & Ethnicity (HU-CORE)

    15

    Hedgeman Center Q-Unity: Hamline's LGBTQIA Student Retreat

    15

    Hedgeman Center Student Empowerment Retreat

    15

    Leading in an athletic context (one athletic season) (100 point maximum)

    25

    Working or volunteering at a local food shelf, at a local center for victims of
    domestic abuse, at a local program for at-risk children or teens, or for a
    political party, organization, or cause (one semester or equivalent)

    25

    Winning a Minnesota Campus Compact Presidents' Student Leadership
    Award
    (for an individual student who models a deep commitment to civic
    responsibility and leadership, evidenced by initiative, as well as innovative and collaborative approaches to addressing public issues, effective
    community building and integration of civic engagement into the college experience)

    20

    Attending or presenting at a campus, local, regional, or national workshop or conference relating to community building

    15

    Participating in Multicultural Mosaic

    15

    Service on the Hamline University NCORE Team (year-long commitment)

    25

    Participation in the ACTC Queer Student Leadership Retreat

    15

    Participating in NCORE Annual Winter Mini-Conference

    10

    Emerging Leaders Workshop

    10

    Winning a community-oriented award from a Hamline organization (such as a Spectrum Rainbow Award)

    15


    *The Honors Director reserves the right to credit less points based on the quality of reflections.