Dean of Students Office651-523-2421Bush Student Center 106/107/108
Safety & Security651-523-2100Drew Residence Hall, East Wing
Counseling & Health Services651-523-2204Manor Hall Basement Level, Room 16
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Faculty and Staff Resources
The Academic Advising Office is available to support faculty advisors on an ongoing basis. Whether you are a seasoned advisor, brand new to advising, or simply new to advising at Hamline, feel free to call, e-mail, or stop by CAS in the lower level of Bush Library. For additional information and resources, including our Faculty Guide to Advising, visit the CAS web page.
The BCT is comprised of the Assistant Dean of Students, the Director of Counseling Services, and the Director of Disability Services. Faculty or staff seeking consultation regarding atypical, disruptive, or disturbing student behavior should contact Assistant Dean of Students Patti Klein at 651-523-2421 or email@example.com.
The Office of Diversity Integration provides coordination, consultation, and advocacy in support of integrating diversity and equity university-wide.
Employee assistance services (including 24/7 telephone counseling support) can be accessed through the Human Resources web page.
Formed pursuant to a constitution approved by all faculties in spring 2007, Faculty Council consists of 20 elected members representing all five schools. Its five-person Executive Committee includes one member from each school. To read the constitution, meeting agendas and minutes, and other Faculty Council documents, visit the Faculty Council page.
HUSA serves to enhance work performance by facilitating staff input and feedback in university policies, providing a voice of advocacy for staff interests, encouraging communication among staff, administration, faculty and students, and promoting professional development opportunities for all staff members. Visit the HUSA web page for the association's vision and mission, meeting dates, and announcements.
Employees covered under Hamline health insurance and seeking medical, mental health, or chemical dependency treatment can find providers and schedule appointments through the HealthPartners website.
For confidential assistance resolving concerns, questions, or disputes related to any area of the university, employees may contact the Office of the Ombudsman at 651-523-2555 or e-mail Molly McAvoy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ITS Helpdesk provides support for technology on campus, including computer accounts, Hamline's computers and software, and network connectivity.
The purpose of this group is to support students by offering proactive outreach. If a student is struggling with academic or personal issues, or has simply stopped attending class, please pass on this information by contacting the Dean of Students Office online or at 651-523-2421.
Health Services provides students with acute and preventive care for illness and minor injuries. However, if a student’s medical condition appears potentially life-threatening, you should call 911, and then notify Safety & Security at 651-523-2100.
All Hamline students are eligible for free and confidential counseling through Counseling & Health Services. Resources for students needing urgent mental health attention are also available online.
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