• Hamline University Archives

    Hamline University's archives support the goals of Hamline University by identifying, collecting, preserving, and making available university records and personal papers of administrators, faculty, staff, and students for the use of the university community and the general public. Collections include student and alumni publications; course catalogs; minutes from various organizations (board, student groups, etc.); campus maps; artifacts; photographs; and audio and video recordings.

    The archives is located on the lower level of Bush Memorial Library. It is best to make an appointment. 

       The archives will be closed July 18-25.  The archives are currently open during the following hours: 

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8-12, as well as 1-5 on Wednesday.

     

     

     

  • News

    One of the cornerstones of a Hamline University education is high impact learning, which is a set of best practices internationally recognized for student success. These practices include internships, collaborative research with faculty, first year seminars, capstone courses, and study abroad programs.

    Discover the hidden stories of students who refuse to allow anything to get in the way of their dreams for a better future.