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St. Lawrence University was named to The Princeton Review’s “Best 388 Colleges” list for 2023. Based on results from student surveys, the popular rankings publication also recognized several stand-out aspects of co-curricular and academic life.
SLU Peer Health Network helps open campus discussion around health and mental health, pushing for advocacy and change.
One of SLU's many theme houses, The Barista, provides space for substance-free events and activities for students.
Passionate campus leaders, creative artists and actors, supportive Community Assistants, and caring students who work to keep the campus community safe; St. Lawrence University celebrates Black History Month by honoring the Laurentians who have a positive impact on our community each day.
Andrew Matthews ’22 juggles more than schoolwork and co-curriculars during the school year. A business in the liberal arts and economics double major who is also a member of the Saints baseball team, Andrew equally spends his time working on strategy sessions, pitch decks, and public relations for Hoppz, an app he co-founded with friends and brought to life during the pandemic.
Here at St. Lawrence, there are a lot of opportunities to participate in activities that interest you. When you set foot on campus, one of the first things that you participate in during First-Year...
Friday morning breakfast. To some, it's just a meal, but to me, it's my favorite tradition. Friday morning breakfast means two things. First, I'll be surrounded by the very best people I have had the...
The presence of COVID-19 has required everybody around the globe to make adjustments to their everyday lifestyle, and college campuses are no exception. It was impossible to imagine as underclassmen...
In honor of Black History Month, our Laurentians Inspire series for the month of February celebrates Black Laurentians who have made a difference and left their mark on St. Lawrence.