• International Students

    Students from around the world find a home at Hamline. The current undergraduate class hails from 41 states and 33 countries; 25% 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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  • Hamline News

    Hamline has once again been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.

    One Hamline class has had the opportunity to analyze the Ebola outbreak as it unfolds. Last spring Professor of Global Studies Kathryn Geurts ordered books for her class, "Culture, Illness, and Health." The book she chose was about Ebola in Africa. Now, six months later Ebola has become a major headline and issue around the world and United States.