CANTON -- St. Lawrence University welcomes the four area students as members of the class of 2014.
Each first-year student will participate in St. Lawrence University's innovative First-Year Program, an introduction to the liberal arts curriculum taught in residence halls by faculty teams.
Clear writing and speaking skills are stressed, and careful advising is provided for all students.
• Samantha W. Bice of Newton Falls; Bice graduated from Clifton-Fine Central School in Star Lake.
• Kelsey A. Dashnaw of Lisbon; Dashnaw graduated from Madrid-Waddington Central School in Madrid.
• Matthew S. Shoen of Lisbon; Shoen graduated from Lisbon Central School in Lisbon.
• Annalynn L. Winters of Brasher Falls; Winters graduated from St. Lawrence Central School in Brasher Falls.
Some 617 first-year students from 25 U.S. states, as well as 40 international students representing 16 nationalities, have joined the St. Lawrence student body.
St. Lawrence, the oldest continuously degree-granting coeducational college in New York State, is a residential, liberal arts and sciences institution that encourages all faculty and students to participate in teaching and learning.