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Vision and Mission

MISSION: We are dedicated to student success, academic excellence, and leadership in our communities.

VISION: Rooted in our communities, we will be a globally recognized college delivering innovative learning opportunities and preparing career-ready graduates to be leaders in their fields.

2014-2019 Strategic Plan - click here.

Our Students

St. Lawrence is a close-knit community of over 7,000 full-time students from Canada and from more than 40 countries worldwide, 900 apprenticeship students, and over 70,000 alumni. Hundreds enroll in our online and continuing education courses each year. We work with thousands of clients annually at our five Employment Service locations in Kingston, Sharbot Lake, Sydenham, and Ottawa. We work with hundreds of organizations with our Corporate Learning and Performance Improvement division. 

Our people work with you and for you to make our communities a better place in which to live. Currently, we have 1193 full time and part time staff. In addition, 244 students who work part time at the College. Our people are committed to what they do, enthusiastic in their relationships with students and the community, and professional in their desire to excel. The value of our annual payroll for 2012/13 is $59.6M.

Full-time:
Academic 201
Administration 68
Support 183
Full-time total = 452
Part-time:
Academic 327
Administration 11
Support 159
Students 244
Part-time total = 741

Our College Executive Team

Glenn Vollebregt, President and CEO
Lorraine Carter, Senior Vice President, Academic
Gary Earles, Executive Director, Human Resources and Organizational Development
Patricia Kerth, Senior Vice President, Corporate Services & CFO
Gordon C. MacDougall, Senior Vice President, Advancement, Student & External Affairs 

Our Cities

Brockville, Cornwall and Kingston are all unique places with great features. All are located on the water, have tons of green space, lively downtown cores, and are close to major cities, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, and just a short drive across the border to upstate New York. So, if you’re craving the bright lights of the big city, want to have a ski weekend in Quebec, or hop across the border, it’s all within easy reach of our communities.