• International Students

    Students from around the world find a home at Hamline. The current undergraduate class hails from 35 states and 23 countries; 20% are multicultural. 

    Resources

    International Application Checklist
    International Scholarships
    Getting to Hamline
    International Students website

    In My Own Words

    "I come from Mauritius, a tropical island off the east coast of Madagascar. I am majoring in physics but I also have a chemistry and psychology minor. ... [At Hamline] everyone is bound to know you. It's great. You say hi to countless people on your way to classes! That's the great thing about a small school."
    - Pravesh Napaul

    Questions?

    Questions about the admission process? Contact the undergraduate admission office at admission@hamline.edu.

    Questions about obtaining your visa, housing, and travelling to the US? Contact the Office of International and Off-Campus Programs at iocp@hamline.edu.

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  • TWIN CITIES STATS

    The second “coolest community for young talent.”
    Next Generation Consulting   

    The second best place to earn a living.
    Forbes magazine, 2008  

    Second in cleanliness, safety, and intelligent people, and third in friendliness.
    Travel and Leisure magazine  

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    Ask a Piper

    Students answer your questions about living in the Hamline community.

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    Life at Hamline

    At Hamline, you’ll join an intimate community of students in exploring life, values, activities, causes, community, and the world.

  • Hamline News

    Hamline’s orientation staff is busy preparing first year students for the whole college experience with Piper Preview and Piper Passages orientation sessions.

    After a long, outstanding career as the city administrator of Oakdale, Minnesota, Hamline is pleased that Craig Waldron will join the School of Business full-time as a lecturer in public administration.