Learning Communities

At Le Moyne College, we believe that learning can occur anywhere -- in class, in a group project, through an off-campus performance, in doing community service, even in the residence hall.

Therefore, we have created special types of “learning communities” so that new students with the same interests can take advantage of various learning opportunities together in their new environment.

Our residential learning communities are groups of first-year students who reside near one another and share some key courses (usually two). Course subjects and selected out-of-class activities are linked by a common interest or major (such as biology, business, or performing arts).

Like you, we at Le Moyne College believe your first few months on campus are extremely important to your future college career. We know that college can be puzzling at first… new roommates, new classes, new schedules, new experiences, the 24/7 atmosphere of college life.

That’s why we have established first-year learning communities to make this “newness” less overwhelming academically and socially -- to aid in the transition from high school to college -- from home to living and learning on your own.

Learn more about Le Moyne's Learning Communities...

Academic Advising and Engagement Center
(315) 445-4624