• Help at Hamline


    Dean of Students Office
    Bush Student Center 106/107/108

    Safety & Security
    Drew Residence Hall, East Wing

    Counseling & Health Services
    Manor Hall Basement Level, Room 16

    Hamline University
    1536 Hewitt Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN 55104

  • Help for Parents of Hamline University Students 

    Parent Resources

    General Information

    For your convenience, Hamline has organized the links and services most commonly requested by parents in one convenient location: the Parent Home page. 

    Information about your Student

    Parents sometimes wonder why they cannot obtain information about their son or daughter's academic progress directly from the university. Visit the FERPA page for a parent's guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. 

    Recommended Reading

    As the parent of a college student, it can be difficult to decide when to step in and offer assistance, and when to step back and trust your student to work things out on his/her own. The following are recommended readings for parents of college students:

    Letting Go: A Parent's Guide to Understanding the College Years by Karen Levin Coburn & Madge Lawrence Treeger

    You're On Your Own (But I'm Here If You Need Me): Mentoring Your Child During the College Years by Marjorie Savage 

    Roommate Issues

    One common challenge for new college students is sharing a living space with a roommate. Visit our Transfer Student site to find a number of helpful hints for advising your son or daughter on handling roommate issues


    If your son or daughter is in need of assistance and is uncertain of the best resource, please encourage her/him to contact the Dean of Students Office at 651-523-2421.

  • News
    • The Hamline to Hamline Collaboration is offering grants for collaborative programming or events that enrich the collaboration between Hamline Elementary and Hamline University with applications due by Monday, May 12.
    • The Office of the Provost is calling for new initiative proposals for the areas of mentored experiences, January term, and technology by Sunday, May 4.
    • The Creative Writing Programs is pleased to announce that Justin St. Germain will join the faculty in late summer as a visiting assistant professor in creative nonfiction.