Hamline Undergraduate Student Visits

Undergraduate Student Visits

Come visit Hamline in person and get to know our campus!

First-year and transfer student visit options

If you have questions about your visit or would like to schedule a visit over the phone, please call our Hamline Experience Coordinator at 651-523-2014.

We have events for prospective first-year undergraduate students and prospective transfer students, as well as events for admitted students.

Admitted student events

Admitted Student Days

Join us on April 1, or April 15, 2023, to get a special inside look at what makes Hamline the right place for you, during our Admitted Student Day events. You'll not only connect with your future classmates, you'll get to explore all aspects of campus life and receive a special Hamline gift. Find out more and register:

Saturdays: April 1 and April 15

First-year student events

Just for Juniors and Juniors to Be

Join us for an event designed for students wrapping up their sophomore or junior year in high school. You'll discover what makes Hamline stand out and take home tips that will help you find your perfect college match, no matter your goals and interests.

Gain insider tips on: 

  • Manage the selective admission process
  • Write your best college admission essay
  • Apply for scholarships

Saturday, May 6, 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Transfer student events

Transfer information sessions

Get to know Hamline at these virtual information sessions, designed for those who are interested in transferring to Hamline. Learn about the transfer credit process, scholarships, financial aid, and how Hamline supports transfer students. Find out more and register for an upcoming session below:

Directions and accommodations

The Office of Undergraduate Admission is located at the corner of Hewitt Avenue and Snelling Avenue at 833 Snelling Ave. N., Saint Paul, MN 55104. Visitor parking is available in the lot directly behind the Admission House.

For more information about how to get to Hamline and a campus map, please visit our location and maps page.

Visiting from out of town? We have a list of nearby hotels to help you plan your trip.

Virtual campus tour

Explore campus through our interactive virtual tour by clicking into the panel below. Once there, you can select from a number of major locations using the left-hand panel, or simply follow along with our audio guide. Be sure to check out the Anderson Center, a central meetup spot for students and faculty that’s a magnificent, eco-friendly work of architecture.

Launch Experience