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Disability Resources is connected with the following offices on campus:
Center for Academic Services 651-523-2912The Center for Academic Services offers the writing center, tutoring and academic advising for undergraduate students. In addition, the writing center now offers their services to graduate and law students.
Counseling & Health Services 651-523-2204Counseling and Health Services offers free individual counseling and nursing appointments for students enrolled in any program at Hamline University. Please note that all immunizations and some health services tests have a fee. Please contact Counseling and Health Services for more information.
Religious & Spiritual Life Office651-523-2315The Religious and Spiritual Life Office welcomes students from all religious traditions, as well as those who have none. Students should feel free to use this office and its space to worship, pray, meditate or reflect. A chaplain is also available by appointment to meet with students individually to offer guidance.
Residential Life651-523-2061The Office of Residential Life handles all inquiries regarding on- campus housing. This is the office students should contact if they wish to request a medical single room for disability purposes.
Safety and Security651-523-2100If you are a first year student and require a car on campus due to disability, please click here to fill out a request form. Please note that handicap parking permits must be obtained through the State of Minnesota. Applications for these permits can be found here.
These off-campus resources are also available to help students:Americans with Disabilities Act
American Foundation for the Blind
The Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)
American Printing House for the Blind
Barrier Free Education
Disability Access Information and Support (DAIS)
DO-IT The Faculty Room
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC)
The George Washington University HEATH Resource Center
Individual Accommodations Model
Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
John Gardner's Science Education
Math Education and Nemeth Code
Midwest Center for Post-secondary Outreach (MCPO)
Minnesota State Council on Disability
National Braille Press
National Federation of the Blind
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)
National Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
National Science Foundation
Purdue Tactile Diagrams Manual
RFBD Symposium on Access to Math and Science
Strategies for Teaching Blind Students
Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students
Counseling and Health Services
Disability Resources for Law Students
Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
In the latest episode of The Piper Report, reporter Taylor Williams gives us an inside look into the creation of the new Piper logo, a recap of what happened on campus to celebrate Black History Month, Taylor Werdel talks to us about Student Leadership Selection, and finally sports reporter Zack Lameyer gives us his regular Sports Update.
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