St. Lawrence University

private college Estd 1856
St. Lawrence, New York, USA
St. Lawrence University

The Universalist Church leaders had formed St. Lawrence University in the year 1856. It had initially opened as a preparatory department for theological studies. Presently, it is a privately-owned liberal arts college. Their motto in Latin is Fides et Veritas which translates to Faith and Truth. The athletic teams are known as the Saints and their colours are Scarlet and Brown. St. Lawrence University has a very successful past in Ice Hockey and has produced some great Ice Hockey players.

The university is to the south of the Village of Canton. A major part of the campus is off-limits to vehicles and is known as the ‘walking campus’. The roads that keep it well-connected to downtown Canton are College Street, Maple Street, Park Street, Lincoln Street and Hillside Avenue. Students who had visited the Zen gardens in Japan went on to design the North Country Japanese Garden. The Sullivan Student Centre was established in 2004 and named after Ann and Dann Sullivan. The Owen D. Young Library is the main library of the campus and was made in 1959. This library contains the Munn Writing Centre. The Gunnison Memorial Chapel witnesses many spiritual and religious services. The oldest building on the campus is the Richardson Hall. The Piskor Hall houses the sociology, philosophy, history and anthropology departments. The Memorial Hall houses the environmental studies and Canadian studies programmes. The Herring-Cole Hall is used as a reading and study room. The Hepburn Hall houses the economics and government departments. The Carnegie Hall houses the International Studies programme.

The campus also has the Atwood Hall, Vilas Hall, Payson Hall, Stafford Fitness Centre, Newell Field House, Augsbury Physical Education Complex, Appleton Arena, Johnson Hall of Science, Bewkes Science Hall, Madill Hall, Launders Science Library, Valentine Hall, Flint Hall, Brown Hall, Wachtmeister Field Station, Griffiths Arts Center, Brush Art Gallery, Arts Annex, Herring Cole Reading Room, North Country Public Radio, Best Western University inn and the President’s Home. A Graduate Degree is provided in Educational Leadership. Combined Degrees are provided in Engineering, MBA, Nursing, Pharmacy PhD and ROTC. Pre-Professional Degrees are offered in Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medical, Pre-Veterinary, Pre-Law and Pre-Seminary. Undergrad Degrees are offered in African Studies, Anthropology, Art and Art History, Biochemistry, Biology, Canadian Studies, Chemistry, Communications, Conservation Biology, Dance, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, European Studies, Film and Representation Studies, Francophone Studies, Geology, German Studies, Government, History/Modern Languages, International Economics, International Studies, Journalism, Latin American Studies, Modern Languages and Literatures, Music, Neuroscience, Peace Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Health, Sociology, Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Studio Art, Visual Art, Arabic Studies, Chinese Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Psychology.

The notable alumni of this university include United States Senator Susan Collins, Actor Kirk Douglas, American-Danish Actor Viggo Mortensen, Fiction Writer Lorrie Moore, News Anchor Martha MacCallum, Canadian Executive Bill Torrey, Ice Hockey Player Mike Hurlbut, Canadian Sportscaster Brian McFarlane, Minister and Suffragist Olympia Brown, Journalist Irving Bacheller, American Radio Personality Eleanor Mondale, GM of the New Jersey Devils Ray Shero, Poet Maurice Kenny, American Television Actor Pete Duel, Politician A. Barton Hepburn, Photographer Mark Klett, Politician William Barclay, Soccer Player Greg Sutton, Businessman Gerald Solomon, Naval Academy Basketball Coach Emmett Davis, Former Bishop of Columbus Frederick F. Campbell, Professor Peter Rutkoff, Judge Gregory W. Carman, Songwriter Kim Gannon, Astronomer Derrick Pitts and Publisher Elinor Tatum

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : Accepted, TOEFL : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 37.2 Lakh

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Bachelor of Arts in Economics
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - TOEFL : Accepted, SAT : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 37.2 Lakh

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Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : Accepted, TOEFL : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 37.2 Lakh

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Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
BBA - 1 CourseSAT - Accepted
TOEFL - Accepted
BSc - 1 CourseSAT - Accepted
TOEFL - Accepted
BE/Btech - 1 CourseSAT - Accepted
TOEFL - Accepted

Admission Requirement

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Approximate Fees

CoursesDurationTuition Fees
BBA - 1 Course4 YearsINR 37.2L
USD 50,830
BSc - 1 Course4 YearsINR 37.2L
USD 50,830
BE/Btech - 1 Course4 YearsINR 37.2L
USD 50,830
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