As a nationally recognized leader in the liberal arts, St. Lawrence University is home to more than 2,400 undergraduate students, including 184 international students from 50 countries. An international student at St. Lawrence is defined as a student who is not a US citizen or permanent resident; these students are from Canada, all of the countries around the globe, in addition to some students who currently reside in the United States, are attending high school but are not citizens or permanent residents.
The following pages will provide information on our academic and study programs, including our majors and minors, pre-professional programs, and our off-campus study programs. Please research the information regarding these topics on their individual webpages to learn more about what St. Lawrence has to offer students.
Once students are admitted and enroll at St. Lawrence University, we take great pride in knowing each student personally. One way we begin to do so is through our Office of International Student Services. This group of professionals will begin working with you even before you arrive on campus. They will guide you through the immigration documents required to attend, act as a resource for any issues you might have and help you succeed as a student and as a person.
In order to take advantage of all that St. Lawrence University has to offer our students, you must first apply and be accepted. To begin those steps, please review the following information:
For questions regarding the international application process which are not answered on our webpages, please contact Musa Khalidi, Director of International Admissions, via email.