Hamline University is a private university located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Founded in 1854, it was the first university established in the state. The university is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and is in fact named after one of the bishops of the Methodist Church, Leonidas Lent Hamline.
Hamline University offers a variety of courses and degree programs in its St. Paul campus as well as in its newly opened branch campus in Minneapolis. At the core of the university’s curriculum is a comprehensive liberal arts and sciences foundation that trains students in various general subjects and equips them with the skills that will help them in their pursuit of a degree.
The university offers undergraduate, graduate and law degrees to its nearly 5,000 enrollees through its distinguished schools and colleges; namely, its College of Liberal Arts, School of Business, School of Education, School of Law, Graduate School of Liberal Studies and its Continuing Education program that allows students who may not be able to attend traditional day classes to complete their graduate courses on a schedule most convenient for them.
Cost of tuition for undergraduate students of Hamline University is US$38,954 per year and this includes tuition, student fees, room and board, books and other supplies. To help students who may find the cost of attendance too steep, the university extends financial assistance in the form of scholarships and loans.
On-campus housing is available for freshman students via residential dorms. Those who want apartment type dwellings can also apply for these. They do, however, have to meet certain criteria for their applications to be approved.
For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs or online classes, please contact Hamline University.