• Life at Hamline

    Choose your own adventure

    Pursue all of your interests and passions at Hamline. Join a movement for social change, leap into a new sport, or even start your own group on campus.

    Explore campus and find a new place to study, join a game of Frisbee, or enjoy a cup of coffee. Hamline's campus is always brimming with life, steps away from a bustling metropolis full of opportunity. Make friends on campus, see a show downtown, or find a seat with a view, there's plenty to do on campus.

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    Bookstore

    Check out our selection of text books, school supplies, and Hamline Apparel.

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    Find everything you need on campus with our maps and directions.

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    Plan your Career

    Use Hamline's Career Development Center resources to find a career that works with your major

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    Visit the Library

    Hamline's Bush Library offers digital, print, and multimedia resources as well as academic assistance

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    Writing Assistance

    Visit Hamline's Writing Center for collaborative help wherever you are in the writing process

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  • Hamline News

    Come to the Women's Month event, Stories of the People: Text, Movement, and Music on Wednesday, March 1 at 7 p.m. in Anderson 112. This evening of text, movement, and music will feature writers who contributed to the recent anthology A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota

    The Music Department and The Creative Writing Programs will present a Night of Music and Spoken Word on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in Sundin Hall. The program includes a performance of the song-cycle Not Waving, But Drowning composed by Kelly Krebs, assistant dean in the College of Liberal Arts. The work will be performed by music faculty Janet Greene (clarinet), Kathy Thomsen (piano), and Deborah Carbaugh (soprano).

    Since 2010, the Office of Multicultural and Diversity Initiatives and Bush Memorial Library have collaborated on the Hamline Diversity Award. This cash award is given annually to an undergraduate student who demonstrates excellent facility with scholarly research materials to produce a project on a diversity topic. Nominations are now open from faculty, librarians, and students. Deadline is Thursday, March 9 at 5 p.m.