Residential LifeMS-C1903Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104Ph: 651-523-2061
Javier Gutierrez, Directorjgutierrez@hamline.edu
The on campus residence halls, apartments, and houses at Hamline University are more than just places to eat and sleep. They are a culturally rich living and learning environments that allow you to focus on academic success, leadership and involvement, diversity and community. Living on campus allows you to broaden your horizons, gain independence, make lasting connections and be part of the vibrant social fabric of the Hamline community. The Office of Residential Life at Hamline University is proud to work with you to help you make the most of your time at Hamline University.
As a residential student, you'll become part of a supportive, enriching, and fun community. Ease your transition to campus by:
Surveys show that students who choose to live on campus have better grades and feel more connected to campus than students who live off-campus. Be successful at Hamline by:
Our residential students enjoy living close to classes, computer labs, campus activities, the fitness center, professors and advisors, and study groups. The convenience of stopping into their rooms between classes as well as freedom from commuting hassles, arduous apartment hunting, and splitting utility bills creates more time for academics and fun. Hamline has an active campus community. Day or night there’s always something going on, making it easy for residential students to:
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HOUSING CONTRACTS FOR 2013-2014
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