St. Lawrence University has created new bachelor’s degree programs in data science and finance, two cutting-edge fields where graduates are in high demand and Laurentians will excel thanks to their liberal arts education.
Imagine spending eight full weeks on campus digging into a topic you’re passionate about and getting paid to do it. This is the job of St. Lawrence’s University Fellows: days spent in the lab, library, or the field, collaborating with faculty mentors and asking questions that prompt new discoveries.
The Princeton Review recognized St. Lawrence University as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate students in its most recent publication, “The Best 387 Colleges: 2022 Edition.”
Fiske’s annual list of the “best and most interesting” colleges and universities in the country once again includes St. Lawrence University.
Every college campus faced an unexpected disruption to their sense of normalcy last March at the onset of the global pandemic. The COVID-19 college experience is unique to our generation of students...
"You have been assigned the fall and summer semesters." Probably the most difficult news I received before my sophomore year started was that I had been assigned the summer semester. I was planning on...
Halfway through her sophomore year, Joan Kiely '23 officially declared her history major confident about her passion for the discipline thanks to a Community-based Learning (CBL) course taught by Professor Liz Regosin at the Riverview Correctional Facility.
For Assistant Professor of Music Fritz Schenker, music is an entryway to talk about bigger issues. He welcomes students of any major to bring their perspectives to courses like “Race and Music,” “Musics of the World,” and “Global Jazz.”
For Assistant Professor of Government Precious Hall, community service is a civic responsibility. She aims to not just leave every place better than how she found it, but to empower others to continue her work and create lasting change.
Founded in 2016, the Sophomore Success Initiative empowers students to see their second year as an opportunity, not a slump. Students who participate create their own paths by exploring academic passions and investigating career interests.