Submitting Class Notes
The class notes section of the St. Lawrence magazine is one of the most widely read portions of the St. Lawrence magazine. It's where you read about the latest comings and goings in your class: marriages, births, new jobs, and travels. If you have news that you would like to share with classmates, please let us know.
To submit news you can:
1. Submit your news directly to your class reporter (see below).
2. Submit your news via our online form at alumni.stlawu.edu/submitclassnotes.
3. E-mail us.
4. Send news to:
St. Lawrence University
Vilas Hall Rm 201
23 Romoda Drive
Canton, NY 13617
5. Fax news to 315-229-7422
To submit wedding and special event photos (photo submission policy):
Send a 300 dpi digital file to Anna Barnard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For wedding photos: Include the name of bride and groom, date and location of the wedding and names of Laurentian relatives attending.
For special event photos: Include the date, type of event, location of the event and the names of alumni in the picture.
Send a print with the same information included to Neal Burdick, University Communications, Vilas 201, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY 13617
Class reporters are an integral part of the University's volunteer culture. Every issue of the St. Lawrence magazine has a section called class notes. It is the responsibility of these volunteers to gather news of their classmates for every quarterly issue.
Use the directory list to find current class reporters and their contact information. Each issue of the magazine takes about 3 to 4 months to produce from start to finish, so keep in mind that the news you furnish now will probably not appear until the next issue!
If you note a vacancy in your class, please let us know if you would be interested in taking on class reporter responsibilities. Email email@example.com.
Resources for Class Reporters
A special thank you to our 75 class reporters for bringing us news from fellow classmates. We hope you'll find the resources below helpful to you as you write your columns for the magazine.
Class Notes Format Style
State and Province Abbreviations
2015-2016 Class Notes Calendar