Hamline Undergraduate Student Visits

Undergraduate Student Visits

Explore Hamline and our campus

Are you a first-year, on-campus transfer, or international undergraduate student? Come visit us in person and get to know our campus! If a virtual visit works better for your schedule, we'd be happy to talk with you via Google Meetings. 

Our goal at Hamline is to stretch the potential of our students and help them become leaders who make an impact. If you’re interested in taking the next step, make an appointment today to learn about our admission process and see all that Hamline has to offer you.

Visit options

If you’re a first-year, transfer, or international student, we invite you and your family to learn about the Hamline campus, academics, and student life. We offer a variety of options for prospective students to tour our campus locations, whether in person or virtually.

  • Schedule an individual visit to meet our staff and student ambassadors on campus 
  • Book a virtual meeting with an admission counselor or a current Hamline student through our Meet-a-Piper Virtual Visits, Monday through Friday 
  • Attend one of our admission events, we have something for everyone
  • Explore our campus through our virtual campus tour, which can be accessed anytime

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.

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. 

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.

Virtual Tour