• Civic Engagement and Community Service

    Growing out of Hamline University’s vision to be “locally engaged and globally connected” and the Wesley Center’s statement of purpose “to connect the pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person, through compassionate action and courageous reflection,” Civic Engagement and Community Service programs include "LEAP into St. Paul," which introduces students to opportunities for engagement and service with a variety of local community organizations.

    Students interested in volunteer placements can also review the list of volunteer opportunities included on this site. Community organizations wishing to post volunteer opportunities can do so via the "Submit a Volunteer Opportunity" link on the left sidebar menu.

    If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Wesley Center at 651-523-2483.

     If you would like more information about "LEAP into St. Paul," please contact Maggie Blackmon at mblackmon01@hamline.edu.

  • Hamline News

    Congratulations to Hamline Law students Paul Buchel, JD ’16 and Braden Carkhuff, JD ’15 on their respective 1st and 2nd place awards in the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Health Law Section Student Writing Competition.

    Dr. Craig Waldron, lecturer in the School of Business, presented at the Minnesota National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials' Annual Spring Conference.

    Professor and associate dean of the Hamline School of Law Kate Kruse presented her paper, Wrongful Convictions and Upstream Reform in the Criminal Justice System, at the 2015 Innocence Network Conference, which brought together criminal justice system scholars, attorneys, policy analysts, and exonerees.