To graduate, students must complete 33.5 units, a major, and the general education requirements. They must also demonstrate competency in college level writing.
Taking four classes per semester—including FYP/FYS in the first year—over eight semesters leaves a student with 33 units. This means that at some point during the four years each St. Lawrence student must pick up an "extra" .5 unit. Options for satisfying the .5 unit requirement include (but are not limited to) lab courses that offers extra units, an additional .25 or .5 unit course taken along with four other courses, or a course overload of a fifth course (every student making satisfactory progress is allowed to do an overload in any semester; the overload course can only be added during the add/drop period using an overload form).
Also be aware that the maximum units of transfer credit allowed is 17.5, if transfer work is taken prior to matriculation (students must earn at least 16 units at SLU). If transfer credits are taken after matriculation, a student may transfer a maximum of 8 units.
Students are also responsible for fulfilling a number of general education requirements during their time at St. Lawrence.
Cumulative and Major or Minor Grade Point Average Requirements
In order to graduate, students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least a 2.0. In addition, students must have completed a major and must have at least a 2.0 GPA in it. While additional majors and minors are not required for graduation, a student must have a 2.0 GPA in all declared majors and minors.