• Black Alumni Council

    Mission and Goals

    The purpose of the HAMLINE BLACK ALUMNI COUNCIL is to:

    • Support the activities, goals and mission of PRIDE Black Student Alliance, Hamline African Student Association and other Black Student organizations;
    • Serve as a link among the Black undergraduate and graduate alumni, faculty and staff at Hamline University;
    •  Sponsor activities that would recognize the history, contributions and struggles of Black alumni, faculty and staff;
    • Facilitate the development of scholarships, grants and other financial assistance;
    • Promote the development of skills for the purpose of becoming an active community participant by:
      • Giving back to the community
      • Mentoring
      • Networking
      • Fostering Career Development
      • Assisting in the recruitment and retention of Black students
       
    • Provide a conduit for the interchange of ideas, values and skills between Black alumni, present and former students, faculty, staff and friends of the University.

    See the About  the Black Alumni Council page to read more about their history, members, and contributions to Hamline University.

    Become a Member

    Fill out this simple registration form and you will be able to join the Black Alumni Council and fully participate in all their events and programs.

     

     

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