Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved in the Hamline community. Check out the options below, and be sure to fill out our volunteer form.

Alumni Boards

Alumni boards are the governing bodies of the Associations of Hamline Alumni. Learn more about the College of Liberal Arts, the School of Business, and the School of Law Alumni Boards in this section.

Associations of Hamline Alumni

The Associations of Hamline Alumni (AHA) is an umbrella organization encompassing the existing alumni associations of the University, including the College of Liberal Arts, the School of Business, the School of Education, the School of Law, and the Graduate School of Liberal Studies.

Class Agents

Class agents are alumni volunteers who assist Hamline in our fundraising efforts, and are integral to the success of the Alumni Annual Fund. Learn more, and find out how you can get involved!

Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD)

Learn more about events and volunteer opportunities geared toward our Graduates of the Last Decade.

Global Families

Make a difference in a new international student's experience here at Hamline University.

Piper Athletic Association

The Piper Athletic Association is made up of Hamline alumni-athletes and friends. Learn about events sponsored by the PAA, and see how you can get involved.

Senior Class Programs

Learn more about events for the senior class, and find out how you can become a part of the Senior Team.

Student Alumni Board

The Student Alumni Board serves to connect Pipers past, present, and future. Learn more about events sponsored by the SAB, and see how you can get involved!

Women in Philanthropy

The Women in Philanthropy program offers learning and networking opportunities, and provides a supportive environment for women to explore their own philanthropic goals and aspirations.

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Events

Sunday, February 1, 2015 to
Sunday, March 1, 2015
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Racial Disparities in Juvenile Adjudication CLE
Maroon speaker icon. This icon indicates that the presentation is available by webcast.Racial disparities in juvenile adjudication is an issue in Minnesota and nationwide. This presentation discusses the racial disparities which have been reported in Minnesota juvenile adjudications. It is based upon data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. This presentation also explores people’s individual interpretations of what race and ethnicity mean. This session seeks one Elimination of Bias CLE Credit.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

HSB Alumni Breakfast: Development of Leaders and Succession Planning
Rob Routhieaux, associate professor and director of nonprofit management programs, will lead this session on succession planning, and founder and long-term executive "mass retirements".

Monday, February 16, 2015

David Cobin Memorial Lecture: Erwin Chemerinsky

David Cobin Memorial Lecture
A distinguished lecture hosted by the Hamline University School of Law featuring
Erwin Chemerinsky: The Case Against the Supreme Court

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Arizona Alumni Gathering - Tucson

The Associations of Hamline Alumni invite you to join other alumni and friends for lunch and conversation at our Arizona Alumni Gathering in Tucson on February 26, 2015.

Dr. Linda Hanson will share reflections on her ten years as President, and look forward to what lies ahead for the University.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Arizona Alumni Gathering - Scottsdale

The Associations of Hamline Alumni invite you to join other alumni and friends for lunch and conversation at our Arizona Alumni Gathering in Scottsdale on February 27.

Dr. Linda Hanson will share reflections on her ten years as President, and look forward to what lies ahead for the University.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Hamline University Etiquette Dinner 2015 - Student Registration
The Etiquette Dinner is an annual event hosted by the Student Alumni Board, Alumni Relations Office, and Career Development Center. Teri Gustafson, of the Minnesota Protocol School, will be our speaker. Teri is an etiquette expert and has participated in this event for four years. Alumni will be at each table to help you practice your networking skills, and share their own stories of etiquette successes…and failures!Hamline University Etiquette Dinner 2015 - Alumni Registration
The Etiquette Dinner is an annual event hosted by the Student Alumni Board, Alumni Relations Office, and Career Development Center. Teri Gustafson, of the Minnesota Protocol School, will be our speaker. Teri is an etiquette expert and has participated in this event for four years. Alumni will be at each table to help students practice their networking skills, and share their own stories of etiquette successes…and failures!

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

HSB Alumni Breakfast: Building Communities Through Social Capital
Jim Scheibel, honorary professor of practice, will discuss the value of social networks in integrating government, business, and nonprofit sectors to support the common good.
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