Fall Visit Days Experience Hamline University during Fall Visit Days! Thursday or Friday | October 20 or 21 Breakfast and check-in will start at 8:30 a.m. in the Anderson Center Forum. Formal program to begin at 9:15 a.m. We've created an interactive experience. Don't just visit Hamline, become a Piper for a day! Learn about admission, financial aid and scholarship opportunities Walk through a "Day in the Life" of a Hamline student Learn from faculty and students about study abroad Tour campus and see residence halls Enjoy lunch with Hamline student hosts Parents: Hear expert advice about your student's transition to college We give you options, you choose your experience! We hope you can join us! Please select one of the options below: Thursday, October 20 - Register HereFriday, October 21 - Register Here Can't make it? Look at our other fall visit opportunities at hamline.edu/admission.edu Get driving directions, access Google Maps, and download a campus map Sessions will be offered more than once throughout the day. The program will also include campus and residence hall tours! Session Descriptions Day in the Life of a Hamline Student From student activities to classes and internships, every student's Hamline experience is different. Follow a photographic journey of three current Hamline students to see how they spend a typical (or not-so-typical) day at Hamline. Financial Aid 101 for Parents and Families A Hamline education is an investment that changes a student's life. Hear from our Financial Aid and Admission staff and get your financial aid questions answered. The Hamline Plan: Faculty Panel At Hamline, students receive personal attention from faculty members at the top of their field. Learn about Hamline's core curriculum and unique award-winning approach to experiential learning and the liberal arts. Study Abroad: A Faculty and Student Adventure Want to see the world? Hamline has a wide variety of study abroad programs ranging from J-Term and May Term classes to semester-long and Hamline exchange programs. Attend this session to learn more from a faculty member and student who recently returned from a J-Term experience!