Student Life


Director of Graduate Admissions

E-mail Emanuel


As a Sarah Lawrence College graduate student, you will join a diverse group of more than 300 scholars who range in age from 22 to 55 and come from all parts of the United States and from countries around the world. Graduate students have access to a variety of programs, events, and facilities.

Graduate Student Activities

Graduate Student Senate
The Graduate Student Senate plans social and cultural events for graduate students, distributes individual grants, and addresses general issues of concern to the graduate community.

Clubs & Organizations
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to join—or start—clubs and organizations that reflect their interests. Learn more about clubs and organizations

Graduate students across programs meet each other at social and academic events, and often choose to live together in local apartments and houses. The atmosphere among graduate students is collegial and welcoming, and many students enjoy friendships and academic exchanges across disciplines.

Graduate Housing, Amenities & Facilities

To assist Graduate students in their search for housing, the Office of Graduate Studies publishes a housing guide each spring. For more information, contact the Graduate Housing Coordinator in the Office of Graduate Studies. Learn more about graduate housing»

Graduate students have access to lounge, study, and dining areas across campus, including Slonim House, the Ruth Leff Siegel Center, the Bates Center for Student Life, the Casper Whitney Fitness Center, the Campbell Sports Center, and more. Take a virtual campus tour»