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Accepted Students

Here are some helpful next steps to assist you as you prepare for college.

Accepted Students

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.


Visit Opportunities

Campus Tours and Interviews

Campus Tours depart at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Monday - Friday from the Office of Undergraduate Admission in Grewen Hall, Room 323. To schedule an Interview, please be sure to call ahead to arrange an appointment with one of our Admission Counselors. Interviews are offered daily, Monday – Friday (excluding holidays) at 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 2:30 p.m. Contact the Office of Admission at (800) 333-4733, (315) 445-4300, or

More Visit Opportunities

For a complete list of upcoming visit opportunities, log in to your account at For more information, please contact the Office of Admission at (800) 333-4733, (315) 445-4300, or

Get Social

Be sure to follow us on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and YouTube 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 #Dolphins2021.

Financial Aid

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 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 2021. 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.

Final Transcripts

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. To view our transfer credit policies, click here. For additional questions call the Office of the Registrar at 315-445-4456.

Get in the Spirit


It's easy to get in the spirit at Le Moyne! The College offers an extensive roster of clubs and organizations, and that is only the beginning. Special events such as concerts, theatrical performances, dances, first-run films, and stand-up comics are a regular part of the calendar. 

Le Moyne students also participate in such annual campus events as Dolphy Day, Spring Olympics, and Winter Weekend.

Meal Plan Options All students living in Dablon, Foery, Mitchell, Nelligan and St. Mary’s halls are required to have a meal plan. Munch Money is included in each plan, and money may be added to a plan at anytime. The money can be used in the LaCasse Dining Center, Dolphin Den, C-Store and Kaffe Nuvo. For questions, call dining services at 315-445-4699. Learn More About Dining Services

Life as a Dolphin The College offers a wide range of clubs, organizations, and activities on campus as another expression of Le Moyne's commitment to "educating the whole person." Get Involved