Welcome to Le Moyne College!
Congratulations on your admission to Le Moyne College – home of the Dolphins! The Le Moyne experience provides opportunities for students to develop community Spirit, to dive deep into Inquiry and to discover one’s Leadership potential – all in the context of our longtime Jesuit tradition and history. You will find that Le Moyne is a community that cares about the holistic development of our students and that your engagement in the classroom and in extracurricular activities supports both your satisfaction and success here at the College.
Here are some helpful next steps to help you as you prepare for college:
Daily Campus Tours
The Office of Admission offers a student-led campus tour at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm, each day, Monday through Friday. Admission Counselors are also available to meet before or after tour to answer any of your last minute questions before making your final decision. To schedule a visit, contact the Office of Admission at (315) 445-4300 or toll free at (800) 333-4733.
Be sure to like the Class of 2019 page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to keep up on everything happening at Le Moyne, meet fellow Dolphins and ask any questions. Tweeting about Le Moyne or sharing photos in Instagram? Use the hashtag #Dolphins2019
In order to apply for all the aid available through Le Moyne, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For best consideration for financial aid, the FAFSA should be filed by February 15th, however we will continue to accept completed FAFSA forms until we complete enrollment of the Class of 2019. Financial aid packages will be mailed for those that have submitted their FAFSA form. Instructions on how to accept the financial aid package are included in the contents of the package. For questions regarding financial aid please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 315-445-4400.
It is important to realize that Le Moyne cannot transfer any credit for dual credit high school courses until we have received an official grade report/transcript from the sponsoring institution. Students must contact the College Board (for AP scores), the International Baccalaureate (for IB scores), or the college/university in which students completed the courses and ask that they send the reports/transcript to the Office of the Registrar at Le Moyne. This is usually done when classes have been completed in the senior year of high school, around late June. The high school Guidance Office will typically be able to provide further help. For additional questions call the Office of the Registrar at 315-445-4456.
Once you've made the decision to become a dolphin...
Heading to the Heights (welcome and orientation program)
Le Moyne expects all students to participate in orientation which begins with a one day “Summer Welcome” and culminates with a four day “Fall Arrival” to campus.
Summer Welcome dates will be announced soon.
During Summer Welcome students will receive a copy of their fall schedule, meet with their academic advisor, and students and parents will become acquainted with important services and programs on the campus.
Fall Arrival is the four-day intensive orientation program emphasizing each of the four core values of the College: 1. Spirit 2. Inquiry 3. Leadership 4. Jesuit.
*There will be no classes on Labor Day, but residence halls WILL remain open
Living on Campus
With three housing options for first-year students (St. Mary’s, Nelligan and Dablon Halls), we strive to provide a variety of community-centered experiences.
Student resident advisors and graduate student resident directors live in each campus residential space and provide 24/7 support for residents. We take pride in the active, engaged and nurturing atmosphere that is residence life at Le Moyne. Housing preference will be submitted through OARS (Online Advanced Registration System,) which will become active for deposited students beginning in April. Students with special housing accommodations must contact the Office of Campus Life and Leadership for assistance at 315-445-4520.
Availability for Learning Communities for the Class of 2019 will be included in the Freshman Welcome Packet. Interested students should log into their OARS account to select their preferred learning community. These communities are optional although nearly 50% of freshmen elect to participate.
Meal Plan Options:
A copy of the Food Service Contract will be included in the Freshman Welcome Packet. Students should choose their meal plan from the options provided. All students living in Dablon, Foery, Mitchell, Nelligan and St. Mary’s Residence Halls are required to have a meal plan.
Munch Money is included in each meal plan but in the event that it is depleted before the end of the semester, additional money may be added to the student’s meal plan anytime throughout the school year. The money can be used at: Dining Hall, the Dolphin Den, the C-Store and Kaffe Nuvo. For questions regarding food service please contact Dining Services at 315-445-4699.
Bringing a Computer to Campus
Information Technology has prepared some computer/laptop specs to help you get the most out of the campus computing netwotk. For additional questions networking, software, computer labs, or basic computer issues, please contact the IT Service Desk at 315-445-4579.
Bringing a Car to Campus
Both resident and commuter students must register their vehicles with Campus Security. The registration process is done online at www.thepermitstore.com. Students should have their vehicle registration, student I.D. and credit card available when registering online to ensure accurate information is added in the system. In addition to fee outlined below, a $5.95 processing fee with also be charged regardless of whether the permit is purchased online or in person at Campus Security. First-year students will pay a fee of $300 for one full year of parking. Campus Security can provide additional details.
Summer Common Reading Assignment:
All entering freshmen will participate in a common reading experience prior to the beginning of classes in the fall. The reading selection for the Class of 2019 will be announced at your Summer Welcome Day. This assignment will effect coursework in the core curriculum once students have arrived to campus. Therefore, it is essential that students complete the reading over the summer.
Health and Wellness:
Forms for immunization and health requirements will be provided in the Freshman Welcome packet and will need to be completed before the start of the academic year. For additional questions regarding immunizations and general Wellness Center services please call: 315-445-4195 or visit their site.
Tuition and Bill Payment:
Tuition bills for the fall semester will be sent out in mid July. Payment plans are also available through the Office of the Bursar. For additional information regarding billing or payment plans call 315-445-4350.
Class Registration/Purchasing Textbooks:
During the Heading to the Heights program, students will meet with their advisor to begin creating their class schedule. All required course materials will be distributed once schedules have been received after Summer Welcome Days. The college bookstore is provided by Barnes & Noble.
Disability Related Resources/Accommodations:
The Academic Support Center arranges academic accommodations for students eligible for assistance under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act. Students with learning, physical, or emotional disabilities are encouraged to contact the Director of Disability Support Services, Roger Purdy, as soon as possible in order to assure that accommodations can be made in a timely manner.
*Written documentation of a disability or temporary disability is required before academic accommodations are implemented.
Integral Honors Program:
New students interested in joining the Integral Honors Program should apply in October of their first semester. Students will also be notified of an information session regarding the program within the first weeks of the fall semester.
Study Abroad Opportunities:
Students traditionally study abroad in their Junior year, but some students may, with approval, study abroad in other semesters. They will learn more about the program criteria at an information session held once a semester. There are limited spots available for the program. Explore where you can study.