Student Resources and Services
We're committed to making Hamline a place where everyone can reach their full potential. That means helping our students when life throws a roadblock in the way, from affording textbooks and groceries to managing unexpected financial burdens or navigating the immigration process.
The Dean of Students Office is your first stop for assistance with any challenge you face. If you're looking for assistance with a challenge not listed here, contact the office at email@example.com with your question, and we'll see how we can help. If you are concerned about an undergraduate student at Hamline, please refer them to the Early Alert Committee.
Food Resource Center
Get free, nutritious, and culturally specific food. Find information about SNAP benefits, community pantries, and other information about food and basic needs resources.
Order groceries through Hamline’s Food Resource Center and pick them up on campus.
Emergency fund request
You can get help for emergencies with small grants that Hamline provides to help students. These grants do not have to be repaid.
Resources for undocumented students
Hamline understands the unique immigration challenges undocumented students may face. We are committed to lawfully supporting undocumented students at Hamline in their pursuit of higher education. If you are a Hamline student looking for immediate assistance with such a concern, please contact the Hamline Dean of Students’ office at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to schedule an appointment with a confidential off-campus immigration resource. Please do not disclose your immigration status in this request; simply ask to be referred to the resource.
Other helpful resources
The Dean of Students office also oversees additional helpful services for students that include the includED Textbook Rental Program and Digital Access Subscriptions to one of our two Twin Cities local newspapers, Star Tribune.