Grads of the Last Decade

What is GOLD?

Ever wondered what's up with the GOLD acronym? GOLD refers to Hamline University undergraduate alumni who have graduated in the last ten years (Graduates Of the Last Decade). GOLD alumni comprise the largest percentage of the Hamline University alumni population, and have the most knowledge on what Hamline University is like today.
GOLD alumni receive an email newsletter with updates about Hamline, event information, and volunteer opportunities once per month. Be sure to update your contact information so you receive the newsletter! 

GOLD Advisory Board

The Graduates of the Last Decade Advisory Board brings together volunteers interested in providing activities that foster connections between their fellow graduates of the last decade and Hamline University. Such activities can include happy hours and social events, continuing education and seminars, networking, and fundraising for the university.

This year, GOLD volunteers voted to focus fundraising efforts on providing financial aid through the Opportunity Scholarship Fund – where 100% of donations help fund financial aid for more than 90% of current students. To join the effort, make a gift by clicking here.

The GOLD Advisory Board is divided into two committees to help carry out its mission of connecting recent alumni and the university:

Outreach Committee
Philanthropy Committee

Get involved!

Are you interested in helping to plan events of interest for fellow graduates of the last decade? Do you want to help spread the word about how Hamline can help recent graduates, and how recent graduates can help Hamline? Are you looking for ways to reconnect with Hamline and opportunities to meet and network with fellow alumni?

Contact Meredith St. Pierre, Associate Director of Alumni Relations.


Alumni Relations

Meredith St. Pierre
Associate Director

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GOLD Events

Monday, August 3, 2015 to
Thursday, September 3, 2015
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