The Office of Communications is available to work with local, regional, and national media in coverage of Lawrence University, its programs and events.

The Office of Communications is the primary point of contact between Lawrence University and all local, regional, or national media representatives.  

Seeking Lawrence Sources

Media should contact Director of Public Information Ed Berthiaume at ed.c.berthiaume@lawrence.edu to schedule interviews with Lawrence faculty, staff, or students on campus.  

Media Coverage on Campus

Please note that Lawrence University is a private institution. Reporting, photography, and videography on campus property are not allowed without prior permission. The director of public information will coordinate media access to campus and can assist with a visit.  

Photos of Lawrence University

A selection of campus photos is available for the media. Single-use rights are granted for non-commercial use in news coverage. 

Lawrence in the News

Find recent coverage of Lawrence University by major media outlets.

For Coverage of Lawrence Athletics

Contact Sports Information Director Joe Vanden Acker at joseph.m.vandenacker@lawrence.edu or call 920-832-6878. 

About Lawrence

Lawrence University is celebrating its 175th anniversary during 2022. When founded on January 15, 1847, along the banks of the Fox River in what is now known as Appleton, Wisconsin, Lawrence became one of the first co-educational institutions of higher learning in the country. It continues to build on the vision of its founders, focused on excellence while embracing a liberal arts approach to undergraduate education. With about 1,500 students drawn from nearly every state and more than 40 countries, Lawrence features a college of arts and sciences and a conservatory of music, both annually ranked among the best in the nation. See more at go.lawrence.edu/lu175