Popular Services

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.

Connect smart devices to the SLU Network.

Including P Drive, T Drive, S Drive etc.

The core systems or applications that support business processes at SLU.

Some of the supported systems include, but aren't limited to Colleague, Saints (SLU) Portal, Self Service (APR 2.0), Report Manager, CROA, EMS, Residence, Advocate, SLUWire, NYAlert (Everbridge), Slate,TMA, Kronos, GLOAD, the Raiser's Edge, or SAINTS Legacy System

If you are unable to find the service you are looking for please submit your request here.

Canvas is our campus Learning Management System or LMS to support teaching and learning.

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

Before a non-SLU course can be taken for credit at SLU, it must be approved by the Department Chair.

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

Office phone and voicemail requests

Microsoft Exchange provides an integrated calendar service along with email.

Information about connecting to SLU wireless networks.

Request assistance with printing, scanning, faxing, or copying.

Request a library-owned film be added to Panopto.

Request service or repair of a university printer or copier.

Request room configuration changes that need to be updated in EMS and Colleague

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

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.

While at St. Lawrence, students are permitted two times to withdraw from a course.

Unlike with an add/drop (available during the first seven days of the semester), the course remains on the student's transcript, with a “W” in lieu of a grade.

Students are not permitted to withdraw from FYP or FYS.

Instructor & Advisor permission must accompany your withdraw request.

Business Office use only

Request Self Service Time Entry Access or Approver Status


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