Enrollment and Marketing
Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
The Enrollment and Marketing division, created in 2008, provides a direct reporting relationship to the president for institutional identity and enrollment accountability. The division is under the leadership of Vice President Ann Ness and is comprised of the following departments:
Enrollment - Undergraduate Admission - Graduate Admission - Financial Aid Marketing - Strategic Communications - Web Services - Print Services - Editorial- Recruitment and University Events
The Office of Undergraduate Admission is responsible for attracting and developing on-going relationships with interested high school students. Additionally, the admission team manages the student application and admission process. The Undergraduate Admission Office also works closely with applicants beginning with the inquiry process and concluding with new student orientation.
Phone: 651-523-2207 Toll-free: 800-753-9753 Fax: 651-523-2458 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Graduate Admission presents Hamline graduate and post-baccalaureate programs to potential students in a variety of venues. It represents Hamline at community, school, and corporate education fairs as well as on and off campus information sessions. It works closely with program personnel to assure that prospective students have all of the pertinent information to make wise educational decisions. The Office of Graduate Admission also works with prospective students through their application and admission processes all the way through new student orientation.
Phone: 651-523-2900 Fax: 651-523-3058 Email: email@example.com
The Office of Financial Aid provides financial customer service and processes financial aid to all qualified Hamline students. The goal of the financial aid office is to administer financial aid clearly and fairly to all students, fulfill the stewardship role of awarding university, federal, and state funds, while following required guidelines and regulations outlined by the governing agencies.
Phone: 651-523-3000 Fax: 651-523-2585 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Strategic Communications Office is to increase the visibility and enhance the reputation of Hamline University through its activities and efforts. It oversees and implements public relations, traditional and social media relations, online communications, web content, internal and external communications, government relations and neighborhood relations strategies and efforts for the university. Phone: 651-523-2475 Fax: 651-523-2288
Web Communications designs electronic media to effectively communicate Hamline's essential messages. This office works with colleagues across the university to coordinate email marketing campaigns and to design, build, and maintain websites.
Phone: 651-523-3093Email: email@example.com
Print Services, a component of the Marketing department, is the university's in-house design resource. They partner with all areas of the university to produce the visual aspect of publications including ads, brochures, programs, invitations, viewbooks, signs, banners, books, cards, and other projects.
Phone: 651-523-2785Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Editorial Services, a component of the Marketing department, partners with all areas of the university to produce the written aspect of publications and is responsible for the creation of the Hamline Magazine. This office also maintains the university's editorial identity -- the words, phrases, and language that Hamline uses to describe itself.
Phone: 651-523-3093Email: email@example.com
Recruitment and University Events
The events team is charged with initiating, planning, and implementing admissions events and special events for the university. The office also acts as a resource for the entire university community by providing support and resources for event planning. Submit a space request form Submit your event to the events calendar Phone: 651-523-2426 Fax: 651-523-3153
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.
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