Find a home at Hamline
Students from around the world find a home at Hamline. The current undergraduate class hails from 41 states and 33 countries; 25% are multicultural.
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"I come from Mauritius, a tropical island off the east coast of Madagascar. I am majoring in physics but I also have a chemistry and psychology minor. ... [At Hamline] everyone is bound to know you. It's great. You say hi to countless people on your way to classes! That's the great thing about a small school."- Pravesh Napaul
Questions about the admission process? Contact the undergraduate admission office at email@example.com.
Questions about obtaining your visa, housing, and travelling to the US? Contact the Office of International and Off-Campus Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second “coolest community for young talent.” Next Generation Consulting
The second best place to earn a living. Forbes magazine, 2008
Second in cleanliness, safety, and intelligent people, and third in friendliness. Travel and Leisure magazine
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