• 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!

  • news

    Seniors majoring in studio art and art history are in New York City over spring break to visit museums to conduct research for the senior art exhibition on campus.

    Sunday, March 26 marks the 190th anniversary of the death of musical paragon Ludwig Von Beethoven. On Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m, Sundin Music Hall and the St. Croix Piano Trio present a concert of his music featuring the violin sonata nicknamed the Kreutzer, the piano sonata known as the Andante Favori, and his piano trio known as the Ghost. Pianist Ivan Konev, violinist Natalia Moiseeva, and cellist Tanya Remenikova will perform.

    Members of the Hamline community are invited to get free professional LinkedIn headshots on Tuesday, March 28 from 2-4 p.m., on the third floor of Anderson Center.