• Activities


    Students who are involved tend to stay in school and have an easier time adjusting to college and life beyond the degree. Besides being fun, your involvement in student activities can help you connect with friends, learn new skills, contribute to the campus community, stay mentally alert, and stay physically healthy. Involvement in student groups can also help you develop leadership skills and prepare you for your career.

    Clubs and organizations

    With nearly 60 student organizations, six music ensembles, and a variety of club sports, there's something for everyone! 

    Find out more about our clubs and organizations.


    Join an intramural sand volleyball league, put together an indoor soccer team, find a club sport, or get involved in the campus-wide March Madness bracket.
    Learn more about our intramural sports.

    Leadership development

    Hamline's leadership development programs help students develop their personal leadership identity and expand on their talents and strengths as leaders.
    Explore our leadership development opportunities.

    Community service

    Hamline students contribute more than 47,000 hours of service annually through Hamline community service programs.
    Get involved with community service.

    Spiritual life

    Even though Hamline is a United Methodist related university, Hamline welcomes people of all religious traditions as well as those with none.
    Check out all the spiritual life opportunities at Hamline.

    More ways to get involved: 

    • The music and theatre arts departments coordinate several ensembles and theater productions every year -- and you don't have to major in either to be involved

    • Become a New Student Mentor and help first-year and transfer students make the transition to Hamline

    • Apply to be an RA or Hall Counselor with the Residential Life office

    • Check the events calendar for upcoming events