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Sarah Lawrence College
A rigorous education
that’s uniquely yours
Ready and eager for intellectual challenge?
Sarah Lawrence’s curriculum is based on round-table seminar discussions and close collaboration with faculty on independent writing and research. Programs of study are tailored to each student, and they’re as interdisciplinary as you make them.
Find your people.
It's easy here. Sarah Lawrence’s community thrives on conversation. This intellectual give and take—a constant exchange of ideas—unites our tight-knit campus and elevates the way we think, learn, create, and write.
Our world-renowned faculty put teaching first
—and spend more one-on-one time with students than do professors at any other liberal arts college.
The Best of
The charm and intimacy of a traditional liberal arts campus
and the boundless opportunities of nearby New York City.
Our students graduate exceptionally well prepared for the future—
a future they create. From the academic life of campus to the world's best internships, museums, food, music, theatre, and art only a quick train ride away, Sarah Lawrence has everything you need for the next four years and beyond.
Carly Simon memoir reviewed in The Boston Globe
J.J. Abrams '88 talks Star Wars with Stephen Colbert
Early Childhood Center director Lorayne Carbon on “why play is important in preschool classrooms”
Q&A with Ann Heppermann, writing faculty, on the groundbreaking Sarahs
Activism, Law Enforcement and You
Music Tuesday: Peter Brendler Quartet
Graduate Writing Presents: Sophie McManus Talk
Making Crime and Criminals: [or Border Patrol to Crime Control] Deportation, Incarceration, and the Department of Homeland Security’s Priority Enforcement Program
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