Bring Your Light.
Whether in our world-class College of Liberal Arts & Sciences or our award-winning Conservatory of Music—maybe even both—you'll find opportunities to pursue your passions, spark change, and shine more brilliantly than you ever imagined.
Majors, Minors, and Programs
No matter your passions, Lawrence has dozens of academic programs to fit your interests.
Studios, Programs, & Ensembles
In the Conservatory, you’ll experience a culture of creativity that grounds you in core musicianship while letting your musical imagination take flight.
Professional success pairs best with personal fulfillment.
98% of grads find their next step within six months of graduation.
On Any Given Day at Lawrence...
… you can go from a football game to a flute performance, from a chemistry class to a club meeting. The sheer variety of experiences you can participate in every day results in an education that is as individual and powerful as your imagination.
Cabaret is an annual international variety show featuring music, dance, and fashion from around the world.
Ignite your passion for learning. You’ll share the experience of exploring diverse works—from poetry to graphic novels to paintings—with your fellow first-year students.
LU Community Council
LUCC is more than a student government. Its decisions shape campus climate for students, faculty, and staff.
Living our values.
Lawrentians work every day to become a more diverse, welcoming, and sustainable community.
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Peter Blitstein has been named Lawrence’s provost and dean of faculty. He previously served as associate dean of faculty, beginning in 2019, and has taught on the History faculty since 2001.
Nora Lewis ’99, an accomplished musician, has been teaching oboe in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music since 2018. She's also providing key leadership among the Lawrence faculty, now serving as the associate dean of faculty.
Senior Lucy Croasdale created a jazz composition under the direction of Patty Darling in advance of Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend. It was performed by visiting student bands.