Student Emergency Grant

This campaign ended on May 01, 2020, but you can still make a gift to Hamline University by clicking here!

In this time of uncertainty, Hamline University is committed to ensuring that students have the means and resources to complete their semester successfully. We know from research done on campus that there are a number of students who are housing and food insecure. With the closure of many businesses, students who rely on jobs may be out of work or have reduced hours. Students will not just be taking classes online, but they will also be responsible for supporting themselves and possibly their families at a time when they may not have the ability to work and earn income. Hamline students need our help in creating the conditions that will help them succeed and thrive. Along with food and housing, students will need access to appropriate technology, reliable internet, counseling, and other health services.  Many out-of-state students need a way to get home or a place to store their belongings. We are living in an extraordinary time and we need extraordinary measures to support our students. Please join the Hamline community in supporting our students by making a gift to the Student Emergency Fund to ensure that these resources are available for our students to succeed. 



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