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    Undergraduate Admission

    With more than 50 areas of study to choose from, you can pursue your passion, taking the lead from a classroom to a courtroom, a studio to a startup, or, a lab to a lecture hall.

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    Online Undergraduate Completion 

    When you finish your bachelor’s degree with Hamline’s online degree completion program, you don’t just receive an exemplary education. You’re forever a Piper, a part of the Hamline home.

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    Graduate Admission

    You know business, education, creative writing, or law—and we know how to jumpstart your career in your chosen field. Find out how to take your lead further with one of our specialized grad programs.

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    Hamline University has hired Michael Tompos as its new Vice President of Institutional Advancement. He will begin work at the university on Wednesday, August 1.

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    Jordan Lein BBA ‘18 and his mother, Mary Lein MPA ‘18, both received diplomas from the Hamline School of Business during Commencement 2018. Jordan majored in business analytics and finance, which inspired Mary to get her Master’s of Public Administration. The Lein family’s relationship with Hamline began in 2013 when Jordan participated in the AA Minnesota State High School League Track and Field Championship. The meet has been held annually for the last thirteen years at Klas Field and is happening again this Friday and Saturday.

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    With every sunny day of summer, the urge to sit in a park with a good book grows stronger. As you browse on a tablet or wander through a bookstore, consider picking up a book written by a student, alumnus, or faculty member from the Creative Writing Programs at Hamline.

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    Zinzile Sibanda was the first international student to address a Hamline Commencement. She spoke movingly at the 2018 undergraduate graduation ceremony about her 8000-plus mile journey to the school and her powerful experience with the community here. She concluded by challenging her classmates to continue to build and strengthen communities once they leave Hamline.

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