• Provost's Office

    The Provost serves as chief academic officer of the university, providing leadership through the establishment of academic priorities, support of existing and development of new academic programs, and supervision of the academic deans. The Provost also oversees Diversity Initiatives, the libraries and related offices, and is directly responsible to the President for curriculum, instructional, and research programs, faculty development, and development of academic, and student affairs operating and capital budgets.  The Provost chairs the Deans' Council which meets weekly.

  • Featured News


    Raie Gessesse is Hamline’s first woman of color and first first-generation student to be named a Truman Scholar. She was one of 62 outstanding students chosen from an application pool of 840 from across the United States.


    Congratulations to alumnus Ted Spilde '18 for receiving the Elijah Watt Sells award–which recognizes Certified Public Accountant (CPA) candidates who pass the Uniform CPA Examination on the first attempt and obtain a 95.5 average score.

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    The new anthology Under Purple Skies: The Minneapolis Anthology, edited by Frank Burnes from Belt Publishing features short stories by six Hamline University affiliated writers.