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Campus Stewardship

Campus Improvements

Enhance Our Infrastructure while emphasizing Sustainability and Accessibility

As opportunities are presented to update and modernize our campus, we must be diligent in our efforts towards being both global partners and fully inclusive.  In this next chapter, our community must embrace sustainability and accessibility initiatives during capital projects, preparing campus for the next generation of Laurentians.

The University views environmental sustainability as a core value.  We are committed to promoting, supporting, and facilitating sustainability across the curriculum and throughout our campus by exploring environmental issues, embracing sustainable practices, increasing composting and reducing waste.

  • 18%

    18% of the University's annual electricity consumption runs on solar power

  • 80+

    80+ acres of sustainable landscape, or low-mow zones, on campus

  • 400+

    Over 400 students are supported by Student Accessibility Services

Featured Laurentian Story

Campus Stewardship - Campus Improvements - Solar Energy Agreement
Campus Stewardship

Solar Agreement Benefits University, Environment

St. Lawrence University has entered into a new long-term solar energy agreement, which will significantly increase the amount of clean energy used to power the campus.

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Campaign News

  • Johnson Hall of Science

    Student Research Informs Energy Master Plan

    Four students took the lead in conducting important research to help inform St. Lawrence’s first-ever energy master plan, a road map for determining how the University will invest in energy-related projects and purchases.

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  • Class of '75 Promenade

    The Class of 1975 Promenade: The Connecting Point

    Where we find meaning, these places themselves become meaningful.

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  • Campus Stewardship - Campus Improvements - Map Laurentian Legacies

    A Map of Laurentian Legacies

    Using Geographic Information Systems, or GIS, the digital map contains locations, photos, histories and other data on every named place and object across campus, including rooms, buildings, artwork, athletic facilities, and more.

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