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  1. A photo of students at a Peer Health Network tabling event.

    Students Increase Mental Health Resources On Campus Through Peer Health Network

    HANNAH PORTER '22

    SLU Peer Health Network helps open campus discussion around health and mental health, pushing for advocacy and change.

  2. Six members of Saint Lawrence University's student government organization, Thelmo, stnad outside the Diana B. Torrey Health and Counseling Center.

    St. Lawrence Student Government Gives $1 Million in Support of Student Mental Health Care

    The Thelomathesian Society (also known as “Thelmo”) is donating $1 million to create an endowed fund aimed at increasing the availability of student mental health care on the St. Lawrence University campus.

  3. A collage of Saints Men's Soccer celebrating a Liberty League victory, two students petting a dog, and President Morris holding a Saint Lawrence University scarlet and brown flag during an event.

    St. Lawrence’s Top Stories of 2021-22 Academic Year

    Wellness initiatives, Olympic and Paralympic medals, new academic programs, and the successes of our faculty, students, and alumni were among the top viewed online stories from St. Lawrence University during the 2021-22 academic year.

  4. A drawing of wind that contains words of struggle like unemployment being stopped by the Saint Lawrence Shield.

    Taking Care

    DEBORAH DUDLEY

    St. Lawrence is reimagining the ways in which the University becomes a part of wellness solutions for students.

  5. 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.

  6. Four Saint Lawrence University students, wearing masks, stand outside on a sunny day and pet a small brown dog wearing a red harness.

    St. Lawrence University Joins JED Campus to Support Student Mental Health

    St. Lawrence University is furthering its support of student well-being and mental health by partnering with The Jed Foundation (JED) and their signature program JED Campus, a nationwide initiative designed to help colleges evaluate and strengthen their mental health, substance misuse, and suicide prevention programs to provide strong mental health support systems for students. 

  7. Two students, both wearing masks, kneel on the grass while petting a golden retriever.

    It's Okay to Ask For Help: St. Lawrence Community Promotes Mental Health on Campus

    Throughout the fall semester, faculty, staff, and students across campus have collaborated to facilitate mental health programming that helps students build a support network at St. Lawrence during this time of uncertainty.

  8. A view overlooking the Adirondacks from Balanced Rock near Lake Placid, New York.

    First Person: Take Control and Support Your Mental Health

    Kaleigh McKillip '22

    The last seven months have been anything but normal. Adjusting to the new pandemic lifestyle has taken a toll on all of us, no matter where we are in the world. When the COVID-19 pandemic started, I...

  9. The Saint Lawrence University entrance sign on a snowy winter day.

    First Person: Keeping Your Mental Health a Priority During North Country Winters

    Lily Maccahran '20

    Coming from sunny Colorado, the dark and cold winters of the North Country shocked me. Throughout my time at SLU, I have learned how to prioritize my mental health and stay happy and healthy. Up until...

  10. St. Lawrence Awards Fall 2018 Innovation Grants

    St. Lawrence University announced the Fall 2018 Innovation Grant award recipients, which include purchasing glasses to correct color vision deficiency, chargers for students’ electronic devices, mental health events that take place outside the Counseling Center, alternative alcohol-free first Saturday events, interpretive signage at building entrances, and bat boxes.