• 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 and an Academic Advising Syllabus. 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 Academic Advising Syllabus describes Hamline's advising model and outlines responsibilities for both advisor and advisee.

    Academic Advising Syllabus

    The EAB-SSC Advising Platform provides faculty with another resource to track student progress.  

    EAB-Basics 

    EAB-How to Enter a Note

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

  • News

    Faculty are encouraged to nominate an undergraduate student as a Ridgway Forum Fellow by Friday, February 12, 2016. Nominees must currently be a junior (at least 64 earned credits), may be in any undergraduate field, have at least one more year prior to graduation, and be planning to complete their undergraduate education at Hamline University.

    Allison Baker, assistant professor of studio arts, had her work shown at Grin Gallery in Providence, RI. Baker was recently interviewed for the gallery's website. In the article, she discusses the politics and inspiration behind her recent body of work. Her work was also reviewed by Big, Red, and Shiny magazine.

    Values in Action is looking for a student who can identify with and respect secular students, people of faith, and those who are still searching for meaning. You do not have to be an atheist to apply for this position, but work study is required. For more information or to apply, please contact Margot Howard at mhoward03@hamline.edu.