• Student Led Groups

    Gospel Choir

    Gathers with the dynamic director, Sherri Orr, to immerse singers in gospel tradition and perform at various Hamline events. Gospel Choir meets on Tuesdays from 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Bush Center Chapel. For more information, visit our Facebook page.

    Contact: Chaplain Nancy Victorin-Vangerud: nvictorinvagerud01@hamline.edu

    Hand in Hand

    HIH is a Hamline University student organization that pairs Hamline University students with Hamline Elementary students through a mentoring program at the elementary school.

    Contact:  hamlinehih@gmail.com

    HU Better Together Campaign

    Better Together is an initiative run through the Interfaith Youth Core. It is a national student campaign for interfaith action. By finding common values between faith and non-faith groups we can have engaging conversations, tell stories, and do meaningful service work. We are dedicated to raising levels of religious literacy and interfaith cooperation on campus. Visit our Facebook page or read our 2017-2018 Interfaith Collection.

    Contact:  bettertogether@hamline.edu

    Jewish Student Life

    Fosters growth that is spiritual, social, and academic, by providing community networking (we help you find what might be out there), and outreach programming (we bring you and that network together). Join our Facebook group!

    Contact:  hujsa@hamline.edu

    Mindfulness Mediation

    HUMM is open to all students, faculty, and staff with any level of experience or interest in Buddhist mindfulness and/or meditation at Hamline University. Guided meditation is led by ordained Zen Buddhist teacher Marc Anderson and other guest practitioners. We meet for weekly meditation and discussion in The Wellspring on the third floor of the Anderson Center. Contact HUMM via email for the updated meditation schedule.

    Contact:  mindfulness@hamline.edu  Facebook: Hamline Mindfulness  Twitter: @HUmindfulness 

    Multi-faith Alliance

    A group of un-like minded people asking the big questions. What is at the root of religion? How can we enhance community by learning about religions and faiths? A safe space to discuss, listen, and learn. Everyone is welcome! This is a positive environment for all religious traditions or those with none. Meetings take place every Monday at 5:00 pm in the Bush Center Multifaith Chapel during the academic year. Dinner included! Visit our Facebook page.

    Contact: multifaith@hamline.edu

    Muslim Student Association

    The Muslim Student Association (MSA). MSA sponsors several annual events including Islamic Awareness Week. MSA meets weekly on Mondays at 5:00 pm in the Anderson Center, room #115.

    Contact:  msa@hamline.edu

    The S.E.E.D. Initiative

    The purpose of Students Educating and Empowering on Diversity Initiative (SEEDs Initiative) is to recognize, create, model, inspire and sustain student engagement and leadership in diversity and inclusion issues in the Hamline University community. Members of the SEEDs Initiative create, lead and facilitate new opportunities for peers to engage in diversity dialogues, conversations, programs and training opportunities.

    STLF - Students Today Leaders Forever

    An optimistic group of students who engage in servant leadership to create positive life experience. With a mission to reveal leadership through service relationships and action.

    Contact: Nur Mood | nmood01@hamline.edu  

    Values in Action

    An opportunity-based program of service work for students who identify as secular or non-theistic (Atheist, Humanist, Agnostic, Unitarian Universalist or anyone). Join our Facebook group for updates and events.