The international students at Le Moyne College are an integral addition to the campus. They bring an expansive array of thoughts, ideals and experiences that makes Le Moyne rich in diversity.
Small class sizes, a wide selection of academic offerings taught by world-class faculty, a friendly campus atmosphere, as well as the proximity to exciting cities such as New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C., are only a few reasons why Le Moyne College is such a great place for our international students to live and study.
There are several clubs and organizations which span from volunteering with Habitat for Humanity to playing an intramural sport, or acting in a play to writing for the literary magazine. Le Moyne provides international students several avenues to become integrated in campus life while sharing their rich cultural backgrounds with the community.
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All students who are not citizens of the United States or permanent residents (possess a PRA number) are considered to be international students.
Orientation for New Students
Each semester, the College’s Office of Global Education holds an orientation specifically for new international students. The office also works very closely with the College’s International Student Club, which frequently arranges events such as movie nights, outdoor activities and dinners. The club also coordinates a large trip each spring to a major American city, such as Washington, D.C., Philadelphia or Boston.
Support for International Students
Below are a couple additional links that are specifically for international students studying in the US. They may be helpful in providing you with more information about the visa process and arriving in the US.
Student and Exchange Visitor Program | ICE
Center for Academic Advising and Engagement provides an advisement service to its international students which includes assistance with immigration guidelines and academic guidance. All undergraduate and graduate students who are studying at Le Moyne under the direction of an F-1 student visa receive assistance on issues such as maintaining status, employment, practical training, etc. They are also required to attend a mandatory international orientation session upon their entrance to the College. This session provides students with valuable information regarding immigration regulations.
For more information about these services, schedule an appointment with the Assistant Director of Global Education in Career Advising and Development by calling (315) 445-4189 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.