Over 70% of recent graduates took part in an internship at some point during their undergraduate career. Yet, of those, more than a third did not receive any financial support. We aim to guarantee that every student who seeks an internship opportunity will not only earn one, but will also be provided institutional financial support.Learn More
Building meaningful connections that reach beyond campus is one of the premier benefits of becoming a Laurentian. The SLU Connect and Laurentians Investing in Networking and Careers (LINC) programs help cultivate connections that influence futures. We intend to grow and sustain them for successive generations of St. Lawrence students.Learn More
The Laurentian Community is more than a professional network; it is a passionate, vibrant, diverse alliance forged by a common experience. To continue to strengthen our community both on-campus and around the world, we must foster engagement through service, inclusivity and creativity.Learn More
Judy Hart Angelo ’64 found a way to thrive at St. Lawrence, and then again in Paris, although she had not visited either before committing to them. She was a first-generation college student from the Midwest who made a successful career for herself in New York City, writing musicals and theme songs for television shows like Cheers.Read More
Trustee Jennifer Curley Reichert ’90 is intimately familiar with the power of connections. As the president and CEO of a Washington, D.C., public relations firm, she knows it takes a strong network to navigate the capital’s complex business and political scenes.Read More
Recently, St. Lawrence was ranked No. 3 in the nation for “Best Alumni Network” by The Princeton Review, but for Joe Keniston '05, M'07, director of Laurentian Engagement, the “network” is more like a family.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.