Saint Lawrence University - Master's Degree

St. Lawrence University is a vibrant, collaborative community of learners who value thought and action. The most popular majors are economics, psychology, biology, government and math.

  • Average Tuition USD 47,696

School Description

The school is named for the St. Lawrence River, which lies about 20 miles from campus and is the site of a school research facility. The university offers more than 36 majors and 38 minors. St Lawrence University is highly regarded for graduating leaders in various industries. Some of the notable St Lawrence alumni include, but not limited to, Susan Collins, Kirk Douglas, and Katherine Clark.

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    Established in 1856


    In 2014, USA Today listed St. Lawrence as fourth in highest paid graduates in the Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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    23 Romoda Dr, Canton, NY 13617, USA

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      • Testimony
        1996-2000, B.S., Psychology and English Writing (Double Major)

        Four generations of my family attended St. Lawrence. We all had a great experience, got a wonderful education and were successful in our diverse career paths. I hope my son will be the 5th generation to attend SLU, and I can offer no higher recommendation than that!

      • Testimony
        1972-1976, Bachelor of Science (BS)

        A wonderful school and atmosphere. Love the professors there. Wish I could teach there. Great sport teams. Love hockey. Beautiful country side and Canton is a great town..

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        1982-1987, BA, History

        I recently had a meeting at an NBC television group affiliate and met with a person there who is married to a "Saint" or "Larry" and she commented on the seeming vastness of the alumni network for such a small school. I recently took my son on a college visit to the University of Michigan and 2 o the parents in his tour group were SLU alumni. Crazy. Michigan boasts over 500,000 living alumni. SLU has about 13,000. But I had 2 SLU alumni in a tour group at Michigan and ZERO Michigan alumni. How does that happen?