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Stay at Home Order in Effect

April 09, 2020

Governor Tim Walz has extended the #StayAtHomeMN guidelines through Monday, May 4. Hamline operations remain unaffected. Our course offerings remain remote until the end of the spring semester.


See our COVID-19 webpage for more information here.

  • Payment Plans

    Semester Plan

    This plan is the default plan that allows students to make two payments for the academic year. Students will be on the semester plan if they do not enroll in the installment plan.

    Fall charges are due and payable on August 15, 2019 and spring charges on January 15, 2020.

    Installment Plan

    This plan is offered in conjunction with Tuition Management Systems (TMS)/Nelnet Campus Commerce  and allows the payment of tuition to be spread over the course of a semester or school year. The interest-free payment plan is available for an enrollment fee of only $85 per year or $45 per semester.

    Upon enrolling, you will receive a monthly bill from TMS/Nelnet. Payment may be made by check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, American Express, VISA, or Discover), through the mail, telephone or online.

    Automatic monthly payments may be made right from your checking or savings account by contacting TMS/Nelnet.

    Late payments may result in additional fees. Contact TMS/Nelnet by phone at 1-800-722-4867 or visit the Tuition Management Systems/Nelnet Campus Commerce website for more information.

  • news

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    Dieu Do, a junior, has been named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education.

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    While Pipers stay home to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Hamline Exercise Science professors Lisa Ferguson-Stegall and Jen Robb encourage physical exercise to boost immune function, improve cognition, maintain fitness and support mental health.

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    Hamline University will end the Spring 2020 undergraduate classes online. The faculty have transitioned their classes and the Canvas learning tool is ready for students. In anticipation of this change in format, Lisa Nordeen of the Center for Academic Success and Achievement has compiled tips to help students during the transition to a new learning environment.