what is husc?

The Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) is the student led legislative advocacy group at Hamline. We work with members of our Hamline community as well as community organizations and leaders in the Twin Cities. HUSC represents the voices and needs of the students and works on supporting individuals, organizations, and the campus as a whole.

The HUSC Council is made up of the Executive Board and both elected and appointed representatives. HUSC exists through the Board of Trustees but is an independent organization that first and foremost promotes the needs of the undergraduate student body. The Executive Board consists of officers and chairs appointed by the President and Vice President elect. The only exception is the Board of Elected Representatives Chair who is elected by the HUSC student representatives. 

Meet our 2020-2021 Executive Board >

Meet our elected representatives >

Learn more about elections >

Made up of four different legislative committees; Economic Affairs, Political Affairs, Public Relations, and Student Organizations, each committee works to address campus related issues in addition to their specific duties. The Board of Elected Representatives serves as a joint-council of all elected representatives. Through HUSC, student budgets and grants are funded. In addition to other events, HUSC also charters organizations and provides support in a variety of ways. 

Capital improvement resolutions and other proposals are debated and approved during the General Assembly which takes place every Tuesday from 11:30-12:30. These resolutions vary from physical improvements to campus (renovating the Commuter Lounge for instance) to calling for reductions in the yearly tuition. All undergraduate students are apart of HUSC and can vote on many of our resolutions. 

View past and present resolutions >

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President Kaia Zeigler & Vice President cecelia miller
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what do we do?

HUSC operates on the basis of servant leadership. Our goal is to advocate for and serve the undergraduate student body in whatever ways we can.  We offer a variety of services and opportunities through our office including:

FUNDING

HUSC offers several different funding opportunities for both chartered and non-chartered organizations, as well as individuals, on our campus

SUPPORT

We are here to support YOU. Each year, HUSC Scholarships are available to all qualifying undergraduate students, applications open in spring

RESOURCES

We work in collaboration with several 

different offices on campus to provide programs and resources that serve you

MARKETING

HUSC is happy to support any advertising our marketing needs your organization might have. Just contact the Public Relations Chair!

ADVOCACY

Our student congress ensures that your voice is heard. Representatives work on ensuring that students have a say in University decisions

CHARTERING

Chartered student organizations through HUSC receive annual budgeting and other opportunities. Reach out to the Student Organizations Chair!

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Get Involved with HUSC

Visit us for General Assembly

TUE

11:30-12:30

Follow @yourvoicehusc

husc by the numbers

20+

student organizations

HUSC sponsors over 20 different student organizations through funding, advertising, and more

2,106

Undergraduates served

Every undergraduate student is apart of HUSC and can vote on our materials!

50+

years of service

HUSC has been dedicated to serving  and advocating for Hamline students for over 50 years

who are we?

Visit us for General Assembly

TUE

11:30-12:30

Follow @yourvoicehusc

Contact

Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress

Anderson Student Center

1536 Hewitt Ave

Saint Paul, MN 55104

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join us

All students are welcome to join us for General Assembly, every Tuesday during convo hour, 11:30-12:30 in the Center for Justice and Law

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