The key to unlocking your potential is the support of a network that inspires and invests in you.
Laurentians Always Help Laurentians
That’s the motto of our alumni network, because our alumni understand what it means to be a Laurentian—and they’re eager to bond over shared experiences and give back however they can. Having the support of a network that inspires and invests in you will help you harness your potential, explore new opportunities, and jump-start your future.
Signature Career Programming
We believe your 21st-century liberal arts education will set you apart after you graduate. Your communication, analytical, and research skills will be key to tackling some of tomorrow’s most pressing issues. That’s why we’ve designed our programming with this unique advantage in mind.
As we get to know what motivates and inspires you, we’ll link you with like-minded Laurentians and connect you to opportunities both on campus and off that demonstrate how your liberal arts experiences can make a difference in the real world.
Our Alumni Network in Action
This is the power of St. Lawrence’s top-ranked alumni network. You’ll have ample opportunities to meet alumni and parents as you take advantage of all our network has to offer.
#3 Alumni Network
For three of the past four years, The Princeton Review has ranked St. Lawrence’s alumni network third in the country.
Our alumni network is the second-most influential source for recent graduate employment (only behind internships)
Alumni and parents have volunteered their time for our LINC Mentor Program
SLU Connect Facilitators
Alumni, parents, and friends volunteer for panels, site visits, and other events and make one of our most popular signature career programs possible.
One of the SLU alumni that I’m most grateful to is Hook Huang ’02, who was my LINC Program mentor. He offered me a summer internship opportunity at his firm Engineers Gate, a quantitative hedge fund, in my sophomore year summer. It was a great introduction to finance for me and Hook taught me a lot. - Maimaitali “Mo” Ruze ’20
Where You'll find Laurentians
St. Lawrence graduates are big thinkers, problem solvers, and fearless leaders at companies and organizations across the country and world.
U.S. House of Representatives
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
The Franklin institute
U.S. Department of State
At first, I felt awkward asking for things [from alumni], but the reason I have my job today is because I asked a Laurentian for help. - Kristen Phillips ’20
“Trying to get into dental school is very challenging. It’s hard to find a mentor that really wants to take that time with you, and that’s exactly what Dr. Paul Levi ’62 did. He gave me that clinical experience that I needed to be a competitive applicant to dental school.” Watch Nick work with Paul during a summer internship.
Center for Career Excellence Staff
Alumni Network News and Stories
Following a highly-competitive nationwide contest, Shiru Kimani ’22 has been selected for the U.S. Department of State Thomas Pickering Fellowship Program, an award that fully funds a two-year master’s degree program for students pursuing a degree relevant to the conduct of U.S. foreign policy.
For Caitlin '23, an initiative that started as a "quarantine project" became an opportunity to discover new career interests while connecting with inspiring Laurentians in communications, healthcare, education, technology, and more.
Last semester, St. Lawrence University’s Fed Challenge team set a school record when it earned second place out of 85 colleges and universities in the 17th annual national College Fed Challenge...