Five Happy Hamline Undergraduate Students at the Hamline Old Main Building

Counseling and Health

Here to help you thrive

At Hamline, we know that your wellness is key to your success. Here, you’re part of a community that cares. We’re here to support your needs with counseling and health services and a peer wellness education program so you get support not only from us, but from other students as well.

We also recognize that many students face significant and longstanding social and economic barriers in pursuing higher education. Our office is dedicated to providing you with a care environment that is welcoming, trustworthy, equitably accessible, and affirming of all identities.

Find out more about our services in this virtual counseling introduction video.

Counseling and Health Services will be closed for most regular services from May 30 to Aug 15, 2022. During the summer, voicemail and email will be checked weekly on Wednesdays between 8:00 am and noon and a staff person will follow up as appropriate.  For more information and resources, please consult our Summer 2022 update

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Health insurance and fees

Get information on Hamline’s student health insurance, available to all undergraduate students, as well as fees for using Hamline’s on-campus health clinic. 
 

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Immunizations

Get information on what immunizations are required to attend Hamline, as well as required documentation.

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Emergency assistance

Get help with emergency contraception, medical health emergencies, and sexual violence.

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Forms and policies

Get forms for counseling and medical health appointments, and learn what policies may affect your use of Hamline’s counseling and health services.

Counseling services—your questions answered

Health Services information

Peer wellness education

The Hamline Peer Wellness Education program is dedicated to fostering student-to-student communication about common health concerns that arise during college, and proactively promoting student wellness. Peer wellness educators specialize in areas of mental health, nutrition, sexual health, relationships, and decisions around drug and alcohol use. 

Serving as a peer wellness educator is a great opportunity for students interested in a future career in healthcare, or for anyone who is simply interested in personal health and well-being.

Want to be a peer wellness educator? Read the job description and apply here, or contact us at PeerEducators@hamline.edu

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