• Student Leadership and Activities

  • Student Leadership and Activities

    Getting involved as a student can be one of the highlights of your college experience. How will you remember your Hamline experience?

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    The Office of Student Activities provides students with opportunities to enhance their educational experience and build leadership capacities through a variety of co-curricular activities both on campus and in the community. Co-curricular activities provide opportunities to meet new people, explore old and new interests and gain valuable life skills.

    Located in Anderson 319, the Office of Student Activities is responsible for the coordination of a variety of campus programs and co-curricular activities including: Summer and Fall orientation programs, Homecoming Week, Family Weekend, Intramural Events, and Weekend and Late Night Programs. The office also helps to coordinate and promote leadership opportunities and services to enhance and build community. Students may become engaged through involvement in over 60 student organizations, leadership programs, paraprofessional activities, and university programs. The opportunities to get involved are endless.

    If you need more information about what is happening on campus or how you can get involved, stop by the Student Activities/Involvement Center, located in Anderson 319. The staff will be happy to help you get connected!

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     Fall Student Organization Fair 2010

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    Hamline’s orientation staff is busy preparing first year students for the whole college experience with Piper Preview and Piper Passages orientation sessions.

    After a long, outstanding career as the city administrator of Oakdale, Minnesota, Hamline is pleased that Craig Waldron will join the School of Business full-time as a lecturer in public administration.

    Biochemistry and psychology student Rachel Usgaard talks about her college experience from academics at Hamline to how she made her mark through athletics.