Maximize your Hamline experience by getting involved on campus. Besides the obvious—they’re fun!— student orgs are the best way to make friends, learn new skills, contribute to the community, and stay healthy. Not to mention, they can help you develop the skills and experience to kickstart your career, post-grad.
With nearly 60 different student organizations, over a dozen academic and honor groups, and a variety of club sports, there's a group to fit every interest.
Join an intramural sand volleyball league, put together an indoor soccer team, find a club sport, or get involved in the campus-wide March Madness bracket.
Hamline's leadership development programs will help you develop your personal leadership identity and build on your talents and strength as a leader.
Pipers contribute more than 47,000 hours of service annually through Hamline community service programs.
Hamline strongly believes in the diversity of our students' spirituality. While we are rooted in the values of the United Methodist Church, we provide opportunities for students of all faith traditions—or those who have none—to explore their personal beliefs, serve their community, and grow as individuals.
Do you have a flair for drama? The music and theatre arts departments coordinate ensembles and theater productions every year—and you don't have to be a performing arts major to be involved.
Hamline's social media accounts are a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places, and activities that make up our vibrant community.