• Faculty Resources

    Faculty Resources

    Academic Advising serves as a resource for faculty advisors. We are here to help you with all facets of the advising process and to ensure you have what you need to successfully advise your students. Our office can assist you with degree evaluations, academic planning and graduation requirements (the Hamline Plan), the Piperline advising menu, and other related questions. We can also help with other issues, such as support for students on probation, referrals to other campus resources, and more. Below you’ll find the Faculty Guide to Advising. Watch for future postings and additional information to assist you as you work with your advisees.

    If you have additional questions or concerns regarding your advisees, please make Academic Advising your first call!

    The Faculty Guide to Advising is located below. Click on each heading to download more information about each subject.

    Academic Advising

    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

    Advising Students

    Piperline Basics

    Registration

    Transcripts: Transferring and Evaluating Credits

    Campus Resource Directories

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    Hamline’s Career Development Center (CDC) recently earned part of a $5.2 million grant to increase paid internship opportunities for students.

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    The Writing Center, located on the garden level of Bush Memorial Library, is now open for fall semester and is available for all students.