• Policies

  • Graduate and Law Policies 

    The following policies are those applicable to Hamline University graduate and law students.

    Click here to see an alphabetical list of all Hamline University policies.
    Dishonesty of any kind in relation to academic work threatens the integrity of the academic enterprise and is prohibited at Hamline University. 
    Students who do not make satisfactory academic progress may be suspended at the discretion of the program dean/director and the faculty advisory committee. 
    Students wishing to enroll in degree program coursework must be either fully admitted to the degree program or admitted with conditional or special status.

    Amnesty (Good Samaritan) Policy for Student Drug/Alcohol Violations
    When assisting an intoxicated individual by alerting University staff (e.g. RA, residence professional staff member, Office of Safety & Security), neither the intoxicated individual nor those who seek help will be subject to formal disciplinary action.  
    Overview of policies related to attendance and assignments for graduate students. 
    Hamline University School of Law pursues quality legal education as a duty to its students, as a duty to the profession, as a duty to future clients of its students, and as a duty to society. For these reasons the Attendance Policy is established. 
    Students may audit master’s level courses on a space-available basis and with permission of the program office.
    You are responsible for determining the requirements for bar admission in the state in which you choose to practice. 
    In the unlikely event that course enrollment does not reach the minimum, the course will be canceled. Students are notified seven days in advance.
    The School of Law Code of Conduct contains the rules which shall govern any student enrolled in any course offered by the law school and the procedures to be followed in administering the rules. 
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy regarding graduate course credit. 
    Students are expected to evaluate their current courses and quality of instruction at the conclusion of every course. 
    Because Hamline University is committed to ensuring that their graduate and professional students are successful in completing their degree programs, their progress is monitored on an annual basis and those not meeting SAP criteria may be placed on financial aid probation and eventually suspended from receiving financial aid. 
    The brochure Financial Policies and Procedures is distributed to new degree-seeking students. 
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy related to graduate program grading procedures.
    The Hamline registration web site at www.hamline.edu/registration lists registration instructions, course information, an academic calendar for the term, and registration forms for degree and licensure students. Registration closes the day before the beginning of the term. Courses involving travel or other events may have earlier deadlines. 
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy on graduate student status.
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy on time limits for graduate students.
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy on graduate student transcript requests. 

    Transfer of Credit: Graduate Students
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy on transfer of credit/credit equivalencies for graduate students.
    The Graduate School of Liberal Studies has adopted the following policy regarding transfer credit for low-residency MFA students.
    Hamline University has adopted the following policies regarding graduate student tuition and fees.
    Hamline University has adopted the following policy regarding withdrawal from a graduate course or program.
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