St. Lawrence University facts and figures - more on St. Lawrence 2010 Profile
St. Lawrence is a diverse liberal arts learning community of inspiring faculty, serious students, and accomplished alumni, guided by tradition and focused on the future.
Founded in April 3, 1856, St. Lawrence University is the oldest continuously coeducational institution of higher learning in New York State.
The St. Lawrence curriculum is a four-year program of study in the liberal arts. There are 173 full-time, 21 part-time faculty members; 97.1% with highest terminal degree; 17.0% faculty of color.
St. Lawrence has 32 intercollegiate teams for women and men, and dozens of intramural and club options. Some 31% of students participate in intercollegiate athletics. There are 32 Varsity teams (15 men’s, 16 women’s and one coeducational). Men’s and women’s ice hockey are NCAA Division I; the remainder are Division III, with the exception of equestrian, which is not an NCAA sport. Intramural and club teams flourish in several sports and activities, depending on student interest.
St. Lawrence’s indoor facilities include two field houses, each with artificial turf infield, track and tennis courts; two regulation basketball courts; competition swimming and diving pool; squash center; 133-station fitness center; climbing wall; ice arena; equestrian arena. Outdoor facilities include competition and practice fields for soccer, softball, baseball, football, lacrosse and field hockey along with a lighted artificial turf field; six lighted tennis courts; lighted all-weather nine-lane track and lighted football/track stadium; 18-hole championship golf course. Recreation facilities include jogging/walking trail, cross country/mountain bike trails, intramural fields, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts.