St. Lawrence University's permanent collection provides students, faculty, scholars, and a broad regional community the opportunity to study and enjoy original works of art. The collection includes nearly 7,000 art objects and artifacts, with particular strengths in twentieth-century American and European works on paper, including photographs, prints, portfolios, drawings, and artists' books. Recent acquisitions include works by Akwesasne Mohawk artists Iakkonikonriiosta, Katsitsionni Fox, and Natasha Smoke Santiago, and mokuhanga prints by Lucy May Schofield, Andy Farkas, Mariko Jesse, Katsuyoshi Yuasa, Yoonmi Nam, Mia O, Katie Baldwin, and Patty Hudak.
- Elinor Carucci, Dissent Collar (SLU 2020.21) and Pride Collar (SLU 2020.22)
- Iakonikonriiosta, In the Beginning, a story quilt, SLU 2020.39
- Janelle Lawrence '18, Majesty, oil on canvas, SLU 2018.7
- Natasha Smoke Santiago, Water Pollution, the Problem and the Protectors, unglazed ceramic vessel, SLU 2020.41
- Faruq Shabazz, drawings, SLU 2015.16 and 2015.29
- Ronnie White, Blending In, ink drawing, SLU 2014.12