Life at Hamline
Learn why you'll love your life at Hamline
At Hamline, you’ll find countless opportunities to take the lead and make an impact. So go ahead, get involved! Pursue your passions and discover your purpose. Start your own student group on campus, leap into a new sport, or get involved in the community.
Housing and dining
Campus is a place to study, but it’s also a place to live, eat, and hang out. With plenty of housing options, an on-campus bistro, Starbucks, and more, there's something for everyone.
Counseling and health
At Hamline, you’re not just a student: You’re part of a community. We’re here to support your needs with counseling and medical services, resources for diverse identities, and a campus environment that encourages wellness and community.
You're never tied down to just one thing. I like that I have the opportunity to research in the physics department, but I'm also a dual sport athlete in gymnastics and track. And I'm a new student mentor and a garden intern. I'm able to have all my interests and not sacrifice any of them, which is really nice.
Clubs and student organizations
Connect with students who share your interests, whether you’re into yoga, esports, advocacy, student government, or all of the above.
Piper athletes rule the field, rink, court, and more on 22 NCAA D-III teams, 20 of which are part of the MIAC. And we practice like professionals on CHS Field, home of the Saint Paul Saints, and TRIA Rink, practice rink of the Minnesota Wild.
The arts at Hamline
Pipers express their creativity in countless ways, from music and theater to sculpture and virtual design. With access to state-of-the-art facilities and mentorship from instructors at the top of their fields, Hamline students make art that makes an impact.
Meet our students
Read all about the Hamline experience from the view of your future classmates!
Personal and community wellness
Find out about fitness classes, student groups, spiritual life, and service learning.
Discover the Hamline experience
Pipers find endless ways to take the lead – inside the classroom and out.