• Student Org Resources

    Student Organization Resources

    Student Activities and Leadership Development (SALD) offers a variety of resources and engagement opportunities for student groups.

    Student Organization Leader Workshop

    The Student Organization Leader Workshop is an annual program developed to help student leaders start the year off right! Every student group is required to have at least two representatives attend the workshop. Individual students may represent up to two organizations at this workshop. 

    Further information about the workshop will be provided to all student organizations in late summer. 

    Student Organization Fair

    Each semester, the Student Organization Fair provides Hamline student groups with an opportunity to promote their organization to the campus community, attract new members, and renew the interest of returning members. Further details will be available near the beginning of each semester. 

    The Spring 2021 Student Organization Fair will be taking place virtually through Google Meets. Visit with the following organizations from 4:00-5:30pm on Tuesday, February 2nd by clicking on the corresponding links below, and learn more about all of the student organizations on campus here.

    SALD Information/Help Desk
    Anthropological Society
    Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC)
    Black Student Collective (BSC)
    Camp Kesem at Hamline University
    College Democrats at Hamline University
    Delta Tau Sorority
    Feed Your Brain
    Forensic Science Society
    FUSION
    HALO
    Hamline BioEx Club
    Hamline Chemistry Club
    Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society
    Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC)
    Hamline University Anime and Manga Club
    Hamline University Dance Marathon (HUDM)
    Hamline University Gamer Group (HUGG)
    Hamline University Martial Arts Club (HUMAC)
    Hamline University Programming Board (HUPB)
    Hand in Hand
    Hamline Students For Reproductive Justice (HSRJ)
    IGNITE at Hamline
    Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
    Peer Wellness Educators
    R.I.S.E. Yoga
    Spectrum
    Students For Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
    The Oracle
    Theta Chi Fraternity
    Untold Magazine
    What's Kpoppin'?

    Additionally, check out the Spring Org Fair Instagram page to learn more about Hamline's student organizations!

    Dine, Discuss, and Develop

    Dine, Discuss, and Develop is a monthly workshop series that offers leaders an opportunity to learn about various topics related to student organization success through speakers, activities and guided discussions all while enjoying a meal together. Information regarding upcoming workshops will be sent to the primary contact of all organizations as it becomes available.

    Student Organization Funding

    Did you know that Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress provides more than $75,000 in funding to student organizations each year? In order to be eligible to request a budget, student organizations must first become chartered by HUSC. Once chartered, organizations are able to take part in HUSC's annual budgeting process.

    In addition to annual student organization budgets, HUSC also manages 4 different funds: Contingency, Conference, Challenge, and Collaboration. Information is available here.

    Questions about the chartering process should be directed to the Student Organization Committee Chair (huscsoc@hamline.edu). Questions about budgets and funding should be directed to the Economic Affairs Committee Chair (husceac@hamline.edu).

    Space Reservations

    All space reservations on campus are managed by Conference & Event Management, located in 121 Sorin Hall. The process and policies are outlined on the Student Organization Scheduling page.

    Event Promotion

    When it comes to promoting events, there are a wide variety of resources available to student organizations:

    • Posters and banners
      • Supplies for created hand-made posters and banners are available in the Involvement Center
      • For a fee, the PiperXpress Printing Center offers black/white and color printing and copying, wide-format banner printing, laminating, cutting, folding, and booklets/brochures
      • Want to hang a banner in the Anderson Forum? Visit the Anderson Front Desk to complete a request form and submit your banner.
      • All posters being hung on campus must be stamped by the Anderson Front Desk. Once stamped, posters can be hung on any public bulletin board on campus.
      • Student organizations are responsible for removing their posters once the event date has passed.
      • Requests to hang posters in campus offices should be directed to those specific offices.
      • Want to have posters hung in the residence halls? Contact reslife@hamline.edu with your request.
    • Chalking
      • Chalk is available in the Involvement Center - Anderson 319
      • Review the Chalking Policy for rules and regulations
    • Digital Signage
    • Inside Hamline
    • Social Media
      • Complete the Student Org Event Spotlight form to have your event featured on the SALD Instagram
      • Ask other student organizations to feature your event advertisement on their pages or stories
    • Event Calendars

    Lockers

    Student Activities manages 24 lockers located on the 3rd floor of Anderson Center, which are available to all student organizations on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact sald@hamline.edu to inquire about availability.

    Van Rental

    Note: Due to COVID-19, vans are currently not available for rental.

    Public Safety manages the use of five 12-passenger Hamline vans. Registered student organizations are able to request the use of the van for off-campus events, field trips, and service projects. The vans are rented out on a first come, first serve basis. It is important for student organization leaders to submit requests for vans as soon as possible, as vans are available to all faculty, staff, and student organizations on campus. More information is available here.

    Student Organization Travel

    Student organizations engaging in off-campus travel outside of the Twin Cities Metro area (beyond 50 miles away from Hamline University) are required to register their travel with Student Activities & Leadership Development. If your organization is planning on traveling, please contact sald@hamline.edu and set up a meeting with the Assistant Director to learn more about Hamline travel policies and how to become a Trip Coordinator. 

    View the full Student Travel Policy.