Academic support services

Your most important resources for help in your classes are your professors for those classes and your academic advisor. Always speak with them if you experience challenges in a class.

     

    Campus Support Services

    Here are some offices that can help you with academic support and other aspects of your St. Lawrence experience.

    • Center for Career Excellence

      • Support for all aspects of career preparation
    • Chaplain's Office
      • Guidance for concerns with spirituality, faith, and meaning
    • Diversity & Inclusion
      • Support for diversity and inclusion efforts on campus, enhancing cultural awareness, bias incident reporting
    • Financial Aid
      • Understanding your financial aid package and requirements to remain eligible for aid
    • First-Gen Initiative
      • Mentoring, support, and information for first-generation college students (i.e., neither parent completed a bachelor's degree)
    • First-Year Program
      • Anything related to first-year students' experiences
    • Health & Counseling Services
      • Treatment of illness (including COVID concerns), mental health issues, crisis counseling appointments
    • Registrar's Office
      • Registration, add/drop and withdrawal, and academic petitions; transcripts; transfer credit
    • Residence Life
      • Anything to do with life in residence halls, theme cottages, and townhouses, from roommate conflicts to residential community activities to proposing a new theme cottage
    • Sophomore Success Initiative
      • Academic and social support and programming for sophomores
    • Student Activities & Leadership
      • Clubs and organizations, planning student events, engaging with the community on and off campus
    • Student Financial Services
      • Understanding charges and paying your bill
    • Wellness Education
      • Stress reduction and resilience, sleep and nutrition, self-care, strategies to improve mental health, physical health, and overall wellbeing