Student learning styles are constantly evolving, requiring teaching techniques and learning spaces to adapt. Today, classroom renovations take place one-by-one, year-by-year, often depending on the size of the annual capital fund and grant dollars that have been secured. We will invest in the renewal, renovation, and adaptation of physical space needs for teaching, learning, and campus life.Learn More
Laurentians may not realize nearly half of St. Lawrence’s campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the St. Lawrence University-Old Campus Historic District. Commitments from generous alumni and friends have ensured the relevance and sustainability of facilities such as the Richard F. Brush ’52 University Quad, the Abbott-Young Memorial Beta Temple, Gunnison Memorial Chapel, and Herring-Cole Hall, for another century. In order to preserve and protect our historic buildings for succeeding generations of Laurentians, we must act now as St. Lawrence’s assiduous stewards.Learn More
Beyond academics, living and learning spaces are one of the most important facets of shaping the St. Lawrence experience. It is essential for today’s students to have living environments that are both safe and comfortable, and are an exciting extension of their decision to attend St. Lawrence.Learn More
As opportunities are presented to update and modernize our campus, we must be diligent in our efforts towards being both global partners and inclusive. In this next chapter, our community must embrace sustainability and accessibility initiatives during capital projects, preparing campus for the next generation of Laurentians.Learn More
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974, Herring-Cole Hall has been restored to its original luster after gifts from generous Laurentian alumni.Read More
Appleton Arena is about to change. The things that give the arena its indelible character—the wooden seats and arched, wooden ceiling—will remain, but the home of the NCAA Division-I St. Lawrence Skating Saints is going to get much, much bigger.Read More
In February 2016, St. Lawrence University received a $100,000 grant from the Gladys Brooks Foundation to aid in the renovation of two language learning laboratories in Carnegie Hall in an effort to modernize second-language learning and connect St. Lawrence to the global community.Read More
The St. Lawrence Fund is the Cornerstone of Laurentian Giving. It is a way every Laurentian can participate and make their gift count during this campaign.