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A student is permitted to elect up to four (4) semester course units of work to be graded Pass/Fail during their four (4) years in university. The Pass/Fail option may be chosen for semester course units taken to satisfy distribution requirements or any elective semester units outside the major or minor.

Set or reset your SLU Network password.

Students may take any four courses in a semester, regardless of their unit value, without additional tuition charges. Students may also take five or six courses that total no more than 4.75 units without additional tuition charges. An overload consists of five or six courses totaling more than 4.75 units, or more than six courses.


Information about connecting to campus resources from off campus using VPN (Virtual Private Network).

If you are experiencing difficulty with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), please submit a ticket here.

Create a new network drive path/folder.
Permit or request access to a network drive path/folder.

Use this form to submit a request to migrate a course from Sakai into Canvas.

Use this form to contact Educational Technologies staff with questions or to request a technology consultation.

If you are unable to register, you may request a proxy to register you for classes.

Information about managing content for St. Lawrence University websites in Drupal. You can also request to have any web information (e.g. directory) updated here.

Information about connecting to SLU wireless networks.

Request help or support regarding your St. Lawrence email account, calendar, or phone

Connect smart devices to the SLU Network.

Use this form to request a library-owned film be added to Panopto.

Request a Canvas site or view Canvas related articles.

Information about ordering and receiving supplies for SLU Public Printing copiers and printers.

Zoom is available to all St. Lawrence faculty, staff and students for hosting web conferences. To host a meeting, sign in with your St. Lawrence email address and network password at https://stlawu.zoom.us

Microsoft OneDrive is a personal document library intended for storing and organizing your documents and other files. You can access OneDrive anywhere, and use it to share files with others both within and outside of the University. You may store up to 1TB with OneDrive, and you'll maintain access as long as you have an active St. Lawrence University network account.

Request support or report an issue you are experiencing while using a campus Administrative system

Information about technology support for events.

Web forms and surveys for academic research.

Faculty, staff, and students may create a customizable web presence for courses, research, or scholarship.