• Student Involvement Center

    Hours: 
    Monday - Wednesday: 8:00am to 10:00pm
    Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Closed Saturday & Sunday
    Closed on University-recognized holidays
    Closed on University-recognized breaks 
    Hours subject to change

    Email: 
    SALD@hamline.edu 

    Phone number: 
    651-523-2664

    The Student Involvement Center is a space for students to access resources regarding student organizations, student organization events, and the services of the Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development. When students visit the Involvement Center they are able to: 

    • Use any of the three computers we have available to all students, one of which is a Mac that features the Adobe Creative Suite. 
    • Purchase tickets to upcoming cost-subsidized events hosted by the Hamline University Programming Board (as applicable). 
    • Reserve space for their student organization. 
    • Make banners for their student organization or class projects. 
    • Borrow the games and puzzles in our growing collection. 
    • Request a Hamline van for their student organization function. 
    • Get information about miscellaneous upcoming student events. 
    • Meet and get to know any of the dozens of student leaders involved with Student Activities related programs. 
    • And more!

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    Hamline's 27th annual Summer Literacy Institute is July 10-13, 2017. This year's theme, Our Stories Matter: Making Sense of the World, will feature a wide variety of topics from leading literacy experts such as Christopher Lehman and Sara Ahmed. An early-bird discount is available for those who register by Friday, June 9, so be sure to register early and save.

    This is My Story: A Conversation with the Jewish Community is on Thursday, April 6 in Giddens Learning Center 100E from 11:20 a.m. -12:40 p.m. Panelists include: Anne Teitelman, area coordinator for Residential Programs; Ken Fox, professor in the School of Business and director of conflict studies; and Amanda Roll-Kuhne, administrative assistant to the provost. Carolyn Levy, professor of theatre arts, will moderate.