The Office of Donor Relations is responsible for donor recognition and stewardship programs at St. Lawrence University.
Our giving societies recognize and celebrate individual Laurentians' annual and lifetime commitments to St. Lawrence University.
Donor Appreciation Program
Gift Aid is made possible through the generosity and philanthropy of St. Lawrence alumni, parents and friends as well as corporations and foundations. The Donor Appreciation Program works with students who have received endowed support in two ways: sending a thank you letter and also sending a collective thank you video.
Gifts in Memory
Each year thoughtful gifts to the University are made in memory of members of the Laurentian community who are no longer with us. During the current fiscal year, gifts were given in memory of the following individuals.
Gifts in Honor
Each year thoughtful gifts to the University are made in honor of special students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends and even affinity groups. During the current fiscal year, gifts were given in honor of the following individuals and groups.
Mapping the Laurentian Legacy
Since its founding in 1856, St. Lawrence University's campus has grown to include spaces and objects of all kinds (buildings, rooms, windows, gardens, athletics fields, walkways, benches, trees, rocks, sculptures) named to honor or memorialize Laurentians who have contributed to the University's history and culture. See the impact of Laurentian generosity through time and place.
Various naming opportunities that include scholarships, professorships, spaces and programs are available to donors. The list of naming opportunities is updated regularly, including spaces that have been named and new opportunities being shared.