• Residence Halls at Hamline University

    Residence Halls

    Living in one of Hamline's residence halls offers you a wide range of special housing options and living arrangements including quiet floors, health and wellness, and multigender and single-sex living. All of our halls are smoke-free.

    Included in your housing costs are: television cable hook-up, newspaper service (Monday through Friday), internet service, phone service in each room with voice mail, caller ID and call waiting, on-site laundry facilities, and a MicroFridge unit in each room. Living on campus also provides social and study lounges, barrier-free access in Sorin Hall, a 24-hour security escort service, quiet hours, and planned hall and floor activities to meet and make friends. 



    Drew Hall is the home of 200 undergraduate men and women; it is an energetic and lively community. Drew Hall provides a unique, interactive and enjoyable living and learning community for undergraduate residents. Drew Hall is a coed environment, conveniently located near the library, theatre, music building, student center and field house. 

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    The atmosphere in Manor tends to be quieter with second, third and fourth year undergraduate students. The building is smoke free and co-ed with single-gender community bathrooms. Residents are encouraged to become involved with Manor Hall Council, as it provides a great opportunity for students to get involved and enhance their leadership skills.

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    Sorin Hall houses just over 100 men and women on single-gender floors, including two female floors and one male floor. Sorin Hall is smoke-free and features ample storage space, large windows, and direct access to the main dining service located on the first floor. Sorin Hall is also barrier-free.

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    The Heights: Osborn, Peterson & Schilling

    Osborn, Peterson and Schilling Residence Halls collectively known as the Hamline Heights, are identical buildings, each houses nearly 100 men and women. Osborn Hall, Peterson Hall, and Schilling Hall are co-ed communities, with carpeted rooms. All of the Heights buildings have themes designed to enhance the experience of first year students.

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