Private non-profit

St. Lawrence University

St. Lawrence University

college type Four-year, full-time, more selective, lower transfer-in

number of undergraduates 2,227 Undergraduates

athletics NCAA Division 3

sat act scores requirement SAT/ACT considered but not required

St. Lawrence University is a small, private non-profit institution located in Canton, NY in a town setting. Founded in 1897, St. Lawrence University offers undergraduate degrees in 37 majors.

St. Lawrence University

Tuition & cost

In-state

$60,220

Undergraduate tuition

Additional expenses
On campus, room & board $15,530
Off campus, room & board $6,750
Books & supplies $750
On campus, other expenses $900
Off campus, other expenses $900
Average financial aid package $55,952

Cost of attendance*

$68,620

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Out-of-state

$60,220

Undergraduate tuition

Additional expenses
On campus, room & board $15,530
Off campus, room & board $6,750
Books & supplies $750
On campus, other expenses $900
Off campus, other expenses $900
Average financial aid package $55,952

Cost of attendance*

$68,620

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Admissions

Will I get into St. Lawrence University? Here's what we know about who has! SAT/ACT scores are considered but not required to apply. Check their website for college application deadline info.

Acceptance rate

56%


SAT score range

1220 - 1400


ACT score range

29 - 32


Average high school GPA

3.6


Application fee

$0

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Academics

The degree program or major you pursue is major! St. Lawrence University is known for its top major, Psychology, General. Their student-faculty ratio is 11:1.

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Graduation rate
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Retention rate

Popular degree programs

Social Sciences

26.05%


Biological and Biomedical Sciences

12.55%


Psychology

11.6%


Communication/Journalism

8.56%


Natural Resources and Conservation

8.56%


Popular majors

Psychology, General

11.6%


Economics, General

11.41%


Speech Communication and Rhetoric

8.56%


Political Science and Government, General

8.17%


Biology/Biological Sciences, General

7.6%

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