1. An "I Voted" sticker held up in front of an elegant stone library and fall foliage on the Saint Lawrence University campus.

    St. Lawrence University Earns ‘Gold Seal’ for 2020 Election Student Voter Turnout

    St. Lawrence University students facilitated change by advocating for and actively creating the future they believe in during the 2020 election cycle, according to data released in a new report from the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education (IDHE).

  2. Up-close with a lot of red and brown M and Ms.

    Sustainability Program Receives Mars Wrigley Grant for Interdisciplinary “Chocolate Passport” Experience

    St. Lawrence University students interested in all things chocolate are now able to embark on a tasty year-long adventure that includes studying chocolate’s rich history and its impact on past and present culture thanks to a recent grant from Mars Wrigley, the world's leading manufacturer of chocolate, chewing gum, mints, and fruity confections.

  3. Courses for Spring 2022

    Registration for spring 2022 classes is happening now. See what we have planned.

  4. Remembering! - Virtual Organ Concert - November 5, 2021

    Remembering! draws our reflections to those we have lost in so many conflicts such as World War I and II, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam War, the struggles for economic and social justice, and the...

  5. JL Price Poetry Contest

    Submissions are being accepted for the 2021 James Ligon Price III Memorial Prize in Poetry offered in conjunction with the Academy of American Poets University & College Poetry Prize Program Judged by...

  6. Laura Lavoie, wearing a mustard yellow sweater with a leaf patter, sits in a chair on an outdoor walkway. There are trees with yellow leaves in the background.

    Q&A With St. Lawrence's New Director of Wellness Education Laura Lavoie

    Thao Nguyen '22

    “Holistic” is the first word that comes to mind when thinking about Director of Wellness Education Laura Lavoie’s approach to student wellness. Partly because it’s a word she stresses a lot, but also because her work already embodies it.

  7. Jeff Frank, Karin Heckman, David Murphy, Grace Smith, Ronnie Olesker, and several Saint Lawrence University students in a photo collage.

    St. Lawrence in the News - Nov. 1, 2021

    This regular roundup features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty, and staff in regional, national, and international media outlets.

  8. Kaleb Davis, wearing a gray Saint Lawrence sweatshirt, holds up a large video camera.

    Student Lenses on Social Change

    For Kaleb Davis ’22, being one of the first students to receive support through the Black Laurentian Initiative’s (BLI) Fund for Racial Justice and Equity Project (RJEP) is particularly symbolic. As one of the BLI’s early members, he watched the process of establishing the fund come full circle. 

  9. Associate Professor David Murphy teaches an outdoor class underneath a large row of green trees.

    Environmental Studies Professor Co-Launches Planetary Limits Academic Network

    ​​​​​​​St. Lawrence University Associate Professor of Environmental Studies David Murphy is among five scholars to establish a network of scholars and researchers to promote the understanding of planetary limits, envision scenarios for humanity to thrive within planetary limits, better educate college students about these challenges and advise government officials and communities in developing effective responses.

  10. Alanna Gillis, wearing a light blue sweater and a mask, sits at a table in the library across from Alleigh Szabo, who is wearing a black sweater and a mask. In the background, there is a large book shelf filled with colorful books.

    Professor and Student Present Research at National Conference

    Assistant Professor of Sociology Alanna Gillis and Alleigh Szabo ’24 successfully navigated their first years at St. Lawrence--an unprecedented 2020-21 academic year--by collaborating on a research project and then earning the opportunity to co-present their initial findings at the largest conference in the field of sociology.