• For Our Neighbors

    Hamline University is committed to working with our neighbors to develop a long-lasting, positive relationship with the community.  To further this, the Hamline University Neighborhood Advisory Committee has been established to improve and enhance communication and relationships between Hamline University and the Hamline Midway community. We invite our neighbors and the public at large to use this website to find information about events, resources, and other engagement opportunities. If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions we encourage you to reach out to us.  Click the link below to view a list of designated contacts.

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  • Athletics

    For Our Neighbors - Athletics

    All HU athletics games are open to our neighbors, and many are free.  We welcome fans of all ages to come cheer your local pipers on to victory!

  • Events and Partnerships

    For Our Neighbors - Events and Partnerships

    Neighbors are welcome to attend many of Hamline University's annual events. We also have several long-standing community partnerships.

  • Fine Arts

    For Our Neighbors - Fine Arts

    There are numerous Fine Arts events throughout the year that our neighbors can attend. Join us for art exhibits, concerts, readings, student plays, and more.

  • Academic Connections

    For Our Neighbors - Academic Connections

    Hamline University offers several academics-oriented opportunities for our neighbors and a has a long-standing commitment to community education.

  • Visit Us

    Visit Campus

    Our scenic, park-like campus has many places the public can enjoy.

    Campus Details
    Volunteer Resources

    Volunteer Resources

    Hamline University is committed to serving our community.

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  • Community News and Events

    There's always something happening at Hamline! View a full list of our news and upcoming events or read on to see a few of our featured stories.

  • Featured Stories

    Hamline School of Education alum meeting with President Obama

    Hamline School of Education alumna, adjunct faculty member, and Minnesota Teacher of the Year Dr. Amy Hewett-Olatunde EdD '15 was in Washington D.C. this week to meet with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden as part of National Teacher Appreciation Week 2016. 


    KSTP-TV aired a story about how Hamline supports first-generation students which featured undergraduate Nadia Al-Mosawi who will be the first in her family to graduate from college in May.


    The Bureau of Justice Assistance selected Professors Shelly Schaefer and Sarah Greenman of Hamline’s Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science to be the research team for a Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program Planning Grant.