• Dean of Students Office

    We welcome you all to the Dean of Students Office website. Our most important job is to act as a resource and advocate for the students of Hamline University.   The Dean of Students Office provides a warm and welcoming environment where undergraduate students and their parents can get questions answered and receive assistance in resolving problems and complaints to assist students in being successful.

    The Dean of Students Office is a part of Student Affairs reporting to the Provost's Office. It oversees the various departments in the Student Affairs Division.

    The Dean of Students Office is one of the key resources available to both students and parents. Our office consists of the Dean of Students, Alan Sickbert and the Associate Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator, Patti Klein, Assistant Dean Monita Mohammadian Gray. We deal with primarily non-academic matters and problems. These include housing, discipline, bookstore (NEEBO book rental program), dining services, policies, transfer students issues and programs, counseling and health issues, disability services, career services, emergency loans, Financial Literacy Program, First Generation Program, Veterans Support Center, Off Campus Housing, Title IX (sexual assaults),  and parents issues. We would be happy to discuss concerns you may have regarding these issues. Remember, we're here to help.

  • Find Jobs and Internships with the Career Development Center

    Career Development Center

    The Career Development Center can help you find internships, jobs, and postgraduate opportunities.

  • Find Personal Help at Hamline

    Help at Hamline

    At Hamline, we take pride in providing personalized attention to our students and members of our university community.

  • Favorite Hamline Study Spots

    Favorite Study Spots

    Hamline students reveal their favorite study spots and tips.

  • Learn about the Wesley Center

    Wesley Center

    The Wesley Center connects pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person through compassionate action and courageous reflection.