Resources for Undergraduate Students Academic Difficulty Having trouble in a class? Wondering whether you should drop a class? Need to improve your study skills? Find help at the Academic Advising Office. Concerns about a Friend If you are concerned about a Hamline student, and would like to have a staff member check-in with him or her, contact the Early Alert committee. Confidential Resources Need to discuss a really private subject? There are three offices at Hamline that can guarantee confidentiality when discussing your concerns. These are: Counseling & Health Services(651-523-2204), Religious and Spiritual Life(651-523-2315), and the office of the Ombudsman(651-523-2555). Disability Resources Any student who has physical or mental impairment, which substantially limits one or more major life activities (walking, learning, seeing, hearing) is eligible for accommodations from the office of Disability Resources. Discrimination If you feel you have experienced discrimination at Hamline, reach out to the Hedgeman Center for Student Diversity Initiatives and Programs(651-523-2423), the International and Off-Campus Programs Office (651-523-2245)or Hamline’s Associate Vice President for Diversity Integration(651-523-2051). Hamline maintains strict policies against discrimination and harassment and against hate incidents. Finances Worried about being able to afford tuition next term? Need a scholarship? The Office of Financial Aid is your resource. Students needing immediate financial assistance to make ends meet may also be eligible for the Emergency Loan Program. For help with managing your money in the long-term, check out the Hamline financial literacy program, Money Making $ense. Housing On-campus living is a convenient, affordable option that is also correlated with academic success. The Office of Residential Life provides a variety of housing options, and can help you find the on-campus community that’s just right for you. Medical Health Services provides both acute and preventive care for illness and minor injuries. However, if a medical condition appears potentially life-threatening, you should call 911, and then notify Safety& Security at 651-523-2100. Mental Health Counseling is a free and confidential service at Hamline. The Counseling Services staff can assist students with a wide range of issues, including (but not limited to): depression, anxiety, relationship problems, self-esteem, and family concerns. In case of a mental health emergency, visit the emergency page. Safety The Office of Safety and Security Services is your one-stop shop for all campus safety issues. In addition, a 24-hour safety escort service is available to all members of the university community and their guests. Call Safety & Security anytime at 651-523-2100. Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, or Stalking Hamline maintains a strict policy prohibiting sexual misconduct. For sexual violence support resources, visit our sexual violence prevention site. If you have been sexually assaulted,call the Saint Paul police (651-291-1111), 911, or the Hamline University Office of Safety and Security Services (651-523-2100) for protection and to report the assault. You may file charges both through the Hamline University and through the State court system. To get information, view the policy against sexual misconduct. Technology The ITS Helpdesk provides support for technology on campus, including computer accounts, Hamline's computers and software, and network connectivity. Unsure? If you can’t find the resource you need, the Dean of Students Office(651-523-2421) can help point you in the right direction.