Numerous support services are available for Le Moyne students. In the fall, we link first-year advisement to the First-year Advisement Seminar, better known as AVS 101. This is a one-credit, graded course required of all first-year students that assists in your transition to Le Moyne. Your first-year advisor will also teach your section of AVS 101 and, in most cases, will be a faculty member or administrator in your major or a related major.
Among the services offered by the Academic Support Center is free individual tutoring during the academic year for students taking 100 and 200-level courses in mathematics, economics, philosophy, the natural sciences and some foreign languages. Writing tutors are also available to offer grammatical and general assistance with written assignments and research papers.
Le Moyne’s services for students with disabilities include pre- and post-admissions consultations, diagnostic referrals, review of previously administered diagnostic tests, informal academic advising, presentation of self-advocacy skills for students and liaison and advocacy efforts with faculty and staff.
International Student Advisement
The Office of Global Education provides special assistance to students at Le Moyne who are under direction of an F-1 student visa. Staff assists students in applying for a visa, maintaining status, employment and practical training issues.
Le Moyne’s Office of First-year and Transition Programs strongly encourages students to participate in our First-year Learning Community Program. Each year, the College offers first-year students an opportunity to live and learn with other first-years who share their interests or major via linked courses and a common residential and advising experience. Past participants have remarked that their first-year learning community helped them adjust quickly to College life, make friends easily and get to know their faculty better.
In addition, you will want to make contact with:
Office of Student Development: This office coordinates essential student life services including housing and food service, student conduct, personal counseling, security, service learning, health services, athletics and campus ministry.
Information Technology: Information Technology provides computing services as well as telephone, cable and data services to the College community. Students can obtain their computer accounts, including campus network, email, campus portal, WebAdvisor and Blackboard accounts, through this office.