Whatever your previous education or future career goals are, we have an educational pathway that is right for you.
St. Lawrence College offers more than 100 full-time programs on our three campuses (Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall). Most full-time programs start in September, however you may also start in several of our programs in January, February and May.
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All of the residences on our three campuses have fully furnished single or double-occupancy suites and common areas for group study and social activities. There are accessible suites available for students with disabilities. With easy access to public transit, on-site laundry facilities, access to college computer labs, library, dining services, and meal plans, and more, residence has everything you need in one comfortable, secure location.
Check out Places4Students.com as well as RAHousing.com to learn more about off-campus housing at St. Lawrence College.
Orientation Day - Meet your Faculty! Join us for your Program Specific live session where you'll:
- Meet your Coordinator, Faculty, and other Classmates
- Learn the program expectations
- Find out how your program is running for Fall 2021
- Have some virtual fun too!
Are you a student or graduate seeking part-time, summer or program related employment? Are you an employer looking to hire a career ready graduate? Perhaps you are a faculty member who would like a career specific presentation for your class? St. Lawrence College Career Services can offer you a variety of services and resources to meet your needs.
Athletics is an important part of the student experience at St. Lawrence College. Whether it be at the Varsity, Extramural, Intramural, or Recreational level, there are a number of opportunities students and get involved with at all three campuses. Athletics and Recreation receives tremendous support from the College and each Student Government body for its importance to the overall student life experience while attending college. Varsity teams participate in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) as the St. Lawrence College Surge with 17 teams, across 7 varsity sports and one extramural sport.
During the year, a number of events pop-up at each campus to engage the student population. Be on the look-out for these events with your student email and the URSLC Engagement app here.
Clubs are a great way to engage with like-minded students and build an all-around positive college experience on and off campus. Clubs can help create social connections; develop skills like leadership and communication; have a lot of fun; have a positive impact on our communities; and so much more.
SLC Information Technology Services main office is located on the Kingston campus, with facilities and support staff distributed at each of the College campuses. We manage the College's network and communications infrastructure and deliver services that support teaching and learning.
If you are a St. Lawrence College full-time or part-time student whose parents or guardians did not attend college, university, or an apprenticeship program, you are part of our First Generation Student communities. Any siblings may have attended/be attending a post-secondary education program.
First Generation services has now expanded to serve a more diverse student population! We will still continue to serve First Generation students but with a larger focus on all individuals needing extra support to succeed at college. SLC's FG program is now STRIVE. Check out our STRIVE page to see if you would benefit from our new program!
The Academic Support Centre supports students' skill development by offering students in all St. Lawrence College programs access to free resources and tutoring services in English writing & literacy, math, science, and accounting. Consult the schedules below to find the tutoring hours currently available on each campus or examine the topic areas listed for more information regarding our services.
Applications are accepted from anywhere in the world and the College has hosted students from many countries. Tours may be arranged by calling the recruitment office at any campus location.
Can't make it to visit in person? Go to Experience SLC for a great virtual tour of our college!
If you are having difficulty in one or more of your courses, the Peer Tutoring Program may be of benefit to you. Peer Tutors provide practice and review of course material to help students enhance their understanding of the course content.
Modified on November 25, 2020