• Enrollment

    Welcome to Enrollment. Our department encompasses the following areas:

    Undergraduate Admission - 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.

    Graduate Admission - The Office of Graduate Admission presents Hamline graduate and post-baccalaureate programs to potential students in a variety of venues. We represent Hamline at community, school, and corporate education fairs as well as on and off campus information sessions. We work 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 closely with applicants through their application and admission processes all the way through new student orientation.

    Financial Aid - 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.

  • news

    The latest episode of the student-produced Piper Report takes a look the Minnesota Private Colleges' Day at the Capitol, the Hamline men's hockey team's exciting season, asks students what they look for in a university president, and ends with a message from the Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress president and vice president.

    School of Law Dean Jean Holloway has accepted a new role, although she will continue to be involved in the American Bar Association (ABA) accreditation process for Mitchell|Hamline School of Law. Professor and former associate dean, Marie Failinger, will serve as interim dean of Hamline School of Law.

    Jasmine Jones was an intern in the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit. There she helped special agents with many different tasks including even helping track down victims.