Summer Study at St. Lawrence:
Enroll in summertime graduate study at St. Lawrence in either or both of our summer sessions, and either in campus-based or online environments. The courses help students to gain new knowledge about teaching and learning, and they also help students to meet certification requirements in teaching, counseling, and educational leadership. You'll experience learning with outstanding teachers in an engaging atmosphere.
At St. Lawrence University we offer:
- Three master of education programs--general studies, educational administration, counseling and human development.
- Two certificate of advanced standing programs--counseling and educational administration.
- One post-baccalaureate certification program leading to New York State initial teaching certification.
New Options for Graduate Study at St. Lawrence: In addition to the University's regular 3-week, campus-based classes, St. Lawrence is offering online courses for the first time in all three of its graduate programs – Educational Leadership (EDAD), Counseling (EDPS), and General Studies in Education (EDUC). Graduate students need not be matriculated in one of the University's programs to take one of these classes.
For more information, visit the Graduate Programs page.
Registration for graduate sessions is held on the first day of classes for each graduate summer session, unless completed previously. For more information regarding summer graduate study at St. Lawrence, contact the department of education at 315-229-5861. Graduate Registration Form (new form will be provided soon).
All graduate courses carry three graduate credit hours unless otherwise indicated in the descriptions.
Any regular course with fewer than five St. Lawrence University students registered at the end of the second day of classes likely will not be continued; if that happens, you can register for another course.
Summerterm Refund Policy
Please contact the student financial services office for details at 315-229-5581. Please note there are non-refundable deposits and fees associated with special programs.
Auditing a Summerterm Course
An (A) with a course description means that course is part of the Community Auditing Program. For details, see Auditing a Summerterm Course on the Undergraduate Registration Information page.
Graduate Students Payment Terms
Students are billed mid month for courses in which they have registered during the last 30 days. Payment to the University is due upon receipt of a bill. Tuition and fee payments may be made in cash or check at the Students Financial Services Office, Student Center. Payment may also be made by check through our lockbox service by making checks payable to St. Lawrence University and mailing them to TMS Billing Services, P.O. Box 842748, Boston, MA 02284-2748. Include the top portion of our bill with your payment. Payment may be made on-line by credit card or electronic check will be assessed a handling fee.