Residential LifeMS-C1903Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104Ph: 651-523-2061
Javier Gutierrez, Directorjgutierrez@hamline.edu
Read about our application process for: New Students (First Year & Transfer Students) Returning Undergraduate and Law/Graduate StudentsSpecial Requests and AccommodationsRequesting an AccommodationMeal Plan Exemptions
2. Your university deposit
3. Submit your online housing application
4. Receive your room assignment
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Each March returning undergraduate students have the opportunity to select their rooms and roommates for the upcoming academic year by participating in our Apartment and Room Selection events. Information that outlines the apartment and room selection process is included in our Room Selection Guide which is emailed to residential students in March via their Hamline email address. Students who do not participate in these events can still apply for housing by submitting a housing application, but may not be able to choose their room or roommate. Housing applications are accepted until all available spaces have been filled.
Returning Law and Graduate students may hold their current spaces by following the instructions in our Room Selection Guide which is emailed to all residential students in February. Students who desire a different space on campus should work directly with the Residential Life Office to secure a space.
Find room selection information by clicking here.
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The Office of Residential Life is committed to holistic learning and supporting the academic mission of the University. We believe that living on campus offers valuable living and learning experiences and want to make sure that all students who with reside with us have the best living experience possible. Students who have physical or mental impairments that substantially limit one or more major life activities (walking, learning, seeing, and hearing) are eligible for accommodations. Civil rights laws provide for equal access, in higher education, students must request any needed accommodations to begin the process.
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Students who need disability-related housing accommodations must contact Disability Services at 651.523.2521 or firstname.lastname@example.org prior to June 25 to discuss their needs and determine their eligibility. If you are requesting a disability-related accommodation, please follow the traditional application process and guidelines until a decision regarding your request has been made. Accommodations are impacted by the date that you have contracted for housing and contacted Disability Services. The earlier you contract for housing and contact Disability Services, the more likely it is that your request will be able to be accommodated. If your request is approved, you will be considered for a housing accommodation that first and foremost meets your documented needs. Building and room type preferences listed on your housing contract will be considered and honored if possible, but an assignment within your preferences is not guaranteed.
If you are requesting release from the residence hall meal plan requirement, you should be aware that dietary restrictions do not always constitute a valid reason for canceling your meal plan contract. Aramark, Hamline University’s meal provider, is committed to offering food options that meet the needs of students on special or restricted diets. Appropriate documentation that verifies the conditions or circumstances that prevent the student from eating on the meal plan will need to be submitted to the Director of Residential Life. In general, documentation must be current and written by someone who has the credentials, expertise, and experience with the specific disability and qualified to make a recommendation.
If the specific accommodation is dietary, the documentation requires a physician (in an appropriate medical field) to describe your medical condition, its symptoms, and the length of time you have been under a doctor’s care. He/she must also write a detailed list of your specific dietary requirements (what you can eat, what you cannot eat, etc.), including a sample menu for at least a three-day period. Include an explanation of your medical condition, the length of time required for treatment, and any relevant details needed by college personnel to make an appropriate decision.
Once all documentation has been received and reviewed by the Residential Life Staff, the student will be notified regarding the status of their request. Please be aware that retroactive requests will not be considered.
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