Orientation and First Year Programs
Hamline University1536 Hewitt AveSaint Paul, MN 55104U.S.A.
Now that you are officially a Hamline student, we have a series of orientation programs geared specifically toward you and your transitional needs. These programs will help you connect with other first year students and make new friends, learn about the differences between high school and college, find out what’s great about being a Piper, and more.
Piper Preview and Piper Passages are MANDATORY on campus orientation programs for incoming first-year students.
Piper Passages Fall 2014:Step 2 of the mandatory orientation program takes place on campus starting Sunday, August 31st through Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014. Through this three-day program, new students are welcomed to campus by their New Student Mentor, meet their faculty advisor, attend their first FYSem class, and are introduced to additional university offices and services that are here to assist throughout your time at Hamline. If you are living on campus you will also move into your residence hall. More information about this program will be available at Piper Preview, and look for mailings and emails during August to prepare.
*Note that whether living on campus or off campus these programs are all day (aprox 8am-9pm) and are required so plan accordingly. Take time off of work, do not plan a vacation, and be sure to have those days completely open.
Our staff is here to support you and your family through this transition.
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