Two major developments launched this summer will bolster Lawrence University's academic programming and enhance career discernment for students. Excitement for 315 E. College Avenue and Fox Commons can be felt on and off campus.
Lawrence University continues to be ranked as the No. 1 liberal arts college in Wisconsin in the latest edition of the U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings.
Lawrence University will continue to embrace its mission as a liberal arts institution while evolving its academic programming and student experiences to meet the needs of today’s students.
Lawrence University has been recognized as one of the country’s most outstanding colleges by The Wall Street Journal, College Pulse, and Statista. America’s Best Colleges 2024 includes Lawrence among the 400 top colleges nationwide.
Lawrence University’s newest students arrived on campus Tuesday, greeted enthusiastically on a move-in day highlighted by a President’s Welcome in Memorial Chapel.
Lawrence University and Trout Museum of Art will partner to build a new four-story mixed-use building in the 300 block of E. College Avenue, providing a vibrant new home for the museum, new academic spaces for Lawrence, and market-rate housing.
A new solar array, tucked in the woods at Björklunden, began gathering power from the sun this spring. It is the latest step in Lawrence's Net Zero Björklunden project. It follows the arrival of high-speed internet at the Door County campus.
Lawrence University was given an A+ in Forbes’ recently released 2023 report on financial grades for private colleges. Lawrence was the only Wisconsin college and one of 111 nationally to earn an A+.
Cheers from family, friends, and the Lawrence community greeted 310 graduates as they walked across the Commencement stage, marking the end of one chapter and the beginning of another.
Will Piper, a social studies teacher at University School of Milwaukee in River Hills, is being honored by Lawrence University with the 2023 Award for Outstanding Teaching in Wisconsin.
Three tenured faculty with deep roots in the Conservatory of Music are scheduled to retire from Lawrence University at the close of the academic year—Dane Richeson, Gene Biringer, and David Bell.
Lawrence University will introduce new living-learning communities while offering upper-level students off-campus housing options as part of Fox Commons, a new development in downtown Appleton.
Lawrence University is mourning the death of Herbert Karl Tjossem, a retired English professor who spent 37 years on the Lawrence faculty. He died May 27 at the age of 100.
The Rev. Terra Winston-Sage ’00 has been appointed Lawrence University’s next Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life and university chaplain. She has been an associate dean since 2018.
Lawrence University’s 2023 Commencement is set for 10 a.m. June 11 on Main Hall Green. Here are 23 things to know as you prepare for Lawrence’s biggest weekend of the academic calendar.
Harold Jordan ’72 and John F. Bergstrom will receive honorary degrees at Lawrence University’s 2023 Commencement on June 11. Jordan will give the Commencement address.
Lawrence University is ranked among the top 50 private colleges in the country in The Princeton Review’s latest ranking of Best Value Colleges. It measures academics, affordability, and career outcomes of graduates.
Juan Arguello is joining Lawrence University as its new second-year dean, a newly created position in the Office of Student Life. He will provide support and guidance for second-year and transfer students.
Dr. Kevin Gaw will join Lawrence University on June 1 as the Riaz Waraich Dean of the Career Center and Center for Community Engagement. Gaw comes to Lawrence from Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
The intertwining of the histories of Lawrence University and the City of Appleton is front and center in a new documentary, Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Appleton, produced by PBS Wisconsin.
Phil Betz, a leader in higher education admissions, enrollment, and financial aid, will join Lawrence University as its vice president for enrollment management.
Lawrence University has been named a Voter Friendly Campus in a national initiative that recognizes institutions that planned and implemented practices that encourage their students to register and vote.
As we catch our breath during the break and look forward to the arrival of Spring Term, we share in this video the sights and sounds of our Winter Term together.
Lawrence University senior Charlie Wetzel will travel to Iceland, India, Thailand, Mexico, The Netherlands, and Germany after being selected as a Watson Fellow.