The GIS Program at St. Lawrence University is one of many services offered by the University Libraries. Located on the top floor of the Launders Science Library, we provide instructional, technical and research support to the St. Lawrence University community in the use of geospatial software and technology. We offer instruction and support relating to Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Global Positioning Systems.
SLU GIS Support
The SLU Libraries GIS Program supports GIS across the curriculum with help for faculty, staff and students. We provide one-on-one instruction, class instruction, technical support, and help with the use of GIS in research design. We are also able to identify spatial data sources for use in research or class projects.
The GIS staff is available Monday thru Friday 8:30 - 4:30 to instruct students and faculty in the use of GIS and GPS. Student GIS Technicians are available for technical support Sun – Wed evenings in the Elberty Spatial Analysis Lab. Contact Carol Cady, GIS/Map Specialist or Jon Ignatowski, GPS/GIS Technician to find out how GIS can enhance your studies.