Learn more about Catalyst Programs at Hamline University.
Learn more about Civic Engagement and Community Service at Hamline University.
Want to get involved with the Hamline to Hamline Collaboration? Check out all the Tutoring and Mentoring opportunities available to Hamline University students.
Learn more about the Hamline University students who work with the McVay Youth Partnership to educate, engage, and grow with middle/high school youth.
Do you want to be more involved with your faith? Find out about all the upcoming events and programs related to spiritual life and multi-faith at Hamline University.
The purpose of the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice is: "To
connect the pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person,
through compassionate action and courageous reflection."The programs of the Wesley Center bring together Catalyst Programs, Civic Engagement and Community Service, the Hancock-Hamline
Collaboration, the McVay Youth Partnership, and Religious and Spiritual
Civic Engagement and Community ServiceThe
Civic Engagement and Community Service branch of the Wesley Center
provides programming and resources for community service initiatives,
volunteer opportunities and civic engagement activities such as voting.Hamline to Hamline Collaboration Since
1991, when it became the first University-Elementary partnership of its
kind in the nation, the Hamline to Hamline Collaboration has been
working to create meaningful and lasting connections among elementary
school, college, and the community that inspire the love of life-long
learning. McVay Youth Partnership The
McVay Youth Partnership, “Youth VOICE”, is an after-school program
where select Hamline students serve as mentors and role models working
with inner-city, middle school youth. McVay fellows work in teams and
are responsible for planning and leading the programming. They are
assisted by McVay interns who bring their own unique talents to the
program. All staff receive training from the Center for Excellence in
Urban Teaching and other organizations.Religious and Spiritual Life Religious
and Spiritual Life is committed to building bridges connecting the
sacred, academic, and social aspects of life on campus. The focus of RSL
is on fostering spiritual exploration and growth, promoting compassion,
justice, and concern for the common good, while providing personal,
emotional, and spiritual support and referrals. RSL offers:
See what Hamline students are up to on their 2015 Catalyst Alternative Spring Break Trips as they blog about their experiences.
All are invited to the 2015 Mahle Lecture in Progressive Christian Thought featuring guest speaker Dr. Hal Taussig. The lecture and reception are Sunday, April 12 in Anderson Center Room 111/112 with the reception at 5:30 p.m. and the lecture at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Deanna Thompson's book, "Deuteronomy: A Theological Commentary on the Bible" has been named the Reference Book of the Year by the Academy of Parish Clergy.
See highlights from the spring break Catalyst trip to New Orleans, LA.
Hamline students reveal their favorite study spots and tips.
View Patricia Palmerton's resources for oral presentations.
Looking for resources? Visit Bush Memorial Library to start your research