The following students will participate in an off-campus study abroad program for the Spring 2017 semester through St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York.
Isaac H. Gingras, of Augusta. Gingras is a member of the class of 2018 and is majoring in government. Gingras graduated from Cony High School, in Augusta, and is participating in St. Lawrence University’s spring off-campus program in Washington, D.C., at The Washington Center.
Sydney A. Kahl, of Waterville. Kahl is a member of the class of 2018 and is majoring in environmental studies. Kahl graduated from Plymouth Regional High School, and is participating in St. Lawrence University’s spring off-campus program in New Zealand at University of Otago.
More than one half of St. Lawrence University students study off campus for a semester or longer during their undergraduate experience at either one its international or domestic study abroad program sites.
The Princeton Review ranked St. Lawrence seventh for Most Popular Study Abroad Programs in its Best 380 Colleges 2016 edition, while Best Choice Schools named St. Lawrence University one of the top-20 colleges in the nation for study abroad opportunities.
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