1. A photo of dozens of different countries' flags hanging up in the student center.

    World Topics, Up Close and Personal


    St. Lawrence University’s Center for International and Intercultural Studies (CIIS) brings global issues to campus.

  2. University of San Francisco sign.

    New Agreement Leads to Master’s Degree in Data Science

    Being tucked away in Northern New York, St. Lawrence’s isolation has led to the University spawning outreach programs—like SLU Connect—in several urban areas and advanced-degree program agreements...

  3. Five Students Receive Saints Start Challenge Grants

    The Sophomore Success Initiative awarded five rising juniors Saints Start Challenge Grants to support students’ personally-developed independent research, creative, volunteer, and internship projects in the summer between sophomore and junior years.

  4. A group of Saint Lawrence University students attend a CSTEP conference.

    Students Attend Statewide CSTEP Conference

    St. Lawrence University Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) students participated in the 27th-annual statewide CSTEP Conference in April. Held at the Sagamore Hotel and Conference Center in Bolton Landing, New York, the conference was attended by more than 600 CSTEP students representing 52 different universities from across New York state.

  5. St. Lawrence Names Next VP for Student Affairs

    St. Lawrence University President William L. Fox announced on May 29 that Earlhagi (Hagi) Bradley has been named as the next vice president and dean of Student Life. Bradley will begin his duties at St. Lawrence in July 2019.

  6. Board of Trustees Elects New Members

    St. Lawrence University’s Board of Trustees has elected Jeffrey Killeen ’75, Mark Klett ’74, Stephanie Birrell Luedke ’94, Kathleen Welch ’81, and Will Wilson ’88 as new term members. The trustees will serve for a period of six years beginning on June 1.

  7. Biology Major Wins Tri-Beta Research Award

    Biology major Maya Bryant was awarded 3 rd place in the John C. Johnson Award for Excellence in Student Research in late March when she presented her poster “The Effects of Nicotine-Free E-cigarette...

  8. Neuroscience major wins award for Honors Thesis

    Colin Hart was recently awarded the 2018 FODYLL North Country Studies award for the social sciences for his Senior Honors Thesis “Rural Libraries as Means of Improving Health Literacy in Canton, New...