• First-Year Students

  • Piper Preview
    Piper Preview is the first of two required orientation programs for all new students to help make your experience at Hamline exceptional. During this program, you will have the opportunity to:

    • Interact with offices and departments to get your questions answered
    • Take a writing assessment
    • Meet other incoming new first year students and the New Student Mentors (NSM)
    • Work with a faculty and advisor and the staff from the Academic Advising Office to better understand the Hamline Plan and course registration
    • Register for your first semester of courses at Hamline for fall 2013

    Summer 2014 EVENT DETAILS 

    Piper Preview 2014: 
    (Event registration will open Spring of 2014 after students have been accepted and deposited to Hamline. Check back soon for updated information) 

    *Lunch and Dinner on Day 1, as well as Breakfast on Day 2 is included for students 
    *Lunch on Day 1 and a Continental Breakfast on Day 2 is included for families and guest.

    Piper Preview I: Wednesday June 11th-Thursday June 12th
    Piper Preview II: Friday June 20th-Saturday June 21st
    Piper Preview III: Monday June 30th-Tuesday July 1st
    Piper Preview IV: Wednesday July 16th-Thursday July 17th
    Piper Preview V: Monday July 21st-Tuesday July 22nd
    Piper Preview VI: Wednesday July 30th-Thursday July 31st

    Registration for Piper Preview opens in spring 2014 to all DEPOSITED students. After a students makes their deposit to Hamline they will receive an email that they are able to register.  For full details on how to register or if you have questions, contact the Admissions Office. Deposited students can also registration by visiting the admitted students page.

    Completion of Piper Preview is mandatory. 

    General Questions? Please contact Orientation and First Year Programs at (651) 523-2638 or firstyear@hamline.edu

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  • First year orientation

    First step: Piper Preview


    Second Step: Piper Passages