Prospective Undergraduate, Post baccalaureate, and Teaching Licensure Students An extraordinary education consists of a collection of opportunities. In choosing a college, students should look for a campus community that provides an outstanding academic experience and diverse co-curricular options. Hamline University would be a wonderful choice for you. We offer small classes, exceptional faculty, and a goal-oriented/skill-based curriculum. If your questions about financial aid are not addressed within these pages, please e-mail the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com and a financial aid counselor will contact you. The Office of Financial Aid is here to help. Additional Information How to Apply - Information about applying for financial aid at Hamline University. Grants & Scholarships - Grants and scholarships available to prospective students of Hamline University. Net Price Calculator - Designed to help incoming undergraduate students estimate financial aid at Hamline University. Cost Estimator - This tool will help undergraduate students who already have an award package calculate both their Hamline bill (direct costs) and total cost of attending Hamline including books, personal expenses, etc. (outside costs). United Methodist Scholarships and Loans - Information regarding United Methodist Scholarships and Loans. Loan Information and Applications - Descriptions and comparisons for loan applications. Online applications also available. International Students - Information for international students coming to Hamline University. Student Employment - Information about the Hamline University Student Campus Employment Program. Financial Aid Forms - Financial aid forms available in PDF format. Resources - Links to various helpful financial aid Web sites.