Learn more about Vijay Seshadri, a member of the faculty since 1998
Watch video interviews with W. Ian Lipkin '74 and other SLC alumni
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Dance program director Sara Rudner oversees the movement of students during class
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Students listen intently during Catherine Muther's class,
"Social Entrepreneurship: Models for Intervention in Global Poverty"
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David Porter '94, composer for the television show "Breaking Bad," chats with
students after a presentation and class visit
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Godric the Gryphon tosses t-shirts to the crowd during Homecoming
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Exchanging ideas in the Heimbold Visual Arts Center
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Students from Art History faculty member Maika Pollack's "Curating Contemporary: 'Pictures' to the Present" class enjoy a tour of the Whitney Museum's Biennial exhibition led by curator Michelle Grabner
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Lima, Peru is home to one of SLC's eleven outstanding study abroad opportunities
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Philip Naess '14, Sachi Shah '15, Molly McNab '14, Jillian Richardson '14, and Uday Keith '14 competed for the prestigious 2014 Hult Prize. The team advanced to the semi-finals, competing against thousands of graduate and undergraduate groups from around the world. This year's challenge focused on Chronic Disease Management in Urban Slums, and the team plans to pursue their idea further.
A Liberal Arts Education—Preparing the Millennial Generation for the 21st Century:
President Lawrence delivers talk in Qingdao, China
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The Sarah Lawrence Film Festival shares the marquee at the Bronxville movie theatre
Brianna Robinson '14 presents her winning idea at the second annual SLCeeds FinalPitch, an event where where teams of undergraduate students pitch their innovations to a panel of judges
Members of SLC's American Chemical Society Student Chapter take a photo break
during the Chemistry Awareness Fair
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Renowned composer Philip Glass speaks to a packed house during a lecture on campus
Partying under the tent during the Spring Formal
Students perform their original touring play Selfies for local high school students.
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Students from Ann Heppermann's Writing and Producing Radio Dramas class took over
WGXC 90.7-FM's airwaves to stage their original work Carousel
Listen to Carousel
A student explains her work during the semi-annual Science and Mathematics Poster Session
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Learn more about SLC's relationship with New York City
Learn more about Sarah Lawrence College's Center for the Urban River at Beczak (CURB)
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A Deeper EducationA deeper education to become world ready

What if you could design your own education—customized to your interests and preparing you for high achievement in nearly any field?

At Sarah Lawrence, you can.

A Sarah Lawrence education is a personal journey like no other, and the results are remarkable. You’ll graduate with flexibility, adaptability, and the right preparation for a rapidly changing future—you’ll graduate ready for the world.

Hallmarks of a Sarah Lawrence education:

Dons (faculty mentors)
Throughout your years at SLC, your don will help you plan an academic path that is most meaningful to you
Round table seminars
In classes with no more than 14 other students, you’ll discuss subjects with faculty and classmates in great detail
1:1 meetings with faculty
In bi-weekly conferences, you and your teachers will discuss your individual projects related to your classes
Writing in every discipline
An emphasis on writing over testing fosters deeper understanding and improves your ability to formulate and communicate ideas
Alumni who are changing the world
Alumni succeed at the highest levels: as artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, scholars, lawyers, and more. Their success owes much to what they learned at SLC—and perhaps even more to how they learned it.
Evaluations, not just grades
Written evaluations of your performance, not just grades, give you a complete picture of your strengths and weaknesses

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