The New Student Guide & Forms (NSG&F) website is a
resource for you during your transition to the St. Lawrence community. Although
this site was written with first-year students in mind, we find that this
information is helpful to all new students in their transition to the
If you have not already done so, please make sure to:
1. Return all of the required forms found on this site as
soon as possible, but by no later than the following deadlines.
Orientation Registration You're here? Let us know you've arrived. Come pick up your combination to your room, your student ID, and a down-to-earth SLU guide to help you and your family with whatever it is you need first (snacks, a tour, etc.).
"Mom's and Dad's Recipes Go to College." That's how Joan Lunden of Good Morning America introduced a feature story on our parent recipe program. We have even published a cookbook of favorite parents' recipes.
We invite you to join the program. We're always searching for new ideas for our dining hall menus. Often we hear students say, "My Mom makes the best spaghetti I ever had!", or "Why can't you make barbecued chicken as well as Dad can?" In 1987, we began to take students at their word. We invited parents to send recipes from home and the result has been terrific!
Each summer, St. Lawrence University parents and alumni welcome our incoming first-year students and their families to a send-off event. The summer send-off events are hosted throughout the Northeast and are made possible by the generosity of our alumni and parents. There is no charge for any of these events and we welcome you to attend any send-off event that you can. This is a great opportunity to meet other incoming students from the Class of 2018, as well as some of our outstanding alumni and parents.
Complete this form to RELEASE your academic information.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) provides that a college or university cannot release a student’s academic information to parent(s) or guardian(s) without the student’s written authorization. Please note that FERPA prohibits the release of grades or GPA information over the telephone.