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Veterans Programs and Military Affairs

G.I. Bill® Educational Benefits


Welcome, Veterans and Military Families!

Transitioning veterans, Reserve and Guard members, active duty service members, and military families... Welcome!

Your experiences can enrich our classrooms, and our curriculum can enrich your life. At Le Moyne, we strive to meet the unique needs of the veterans, service members, and family members who are part of our community. Le Moyne is a proud Yellow Ribbon Program participant and has consistently been recognized for its services to veterans and military families. 

Let's take the next step of your journey together.  

At Le Moyne, you'll find challenging and engaging academics. You'll also find a caring and supportive community. We are honored to have veterans and service members here, and appreciate the perspectives military students bring and how these diverse perspectives enhance classroom discussion and campus culture. In turn, Le Moyne's Success for Veterans program offers:

• A Veterans' Services Coordinator

• Student Veterans Association (a chapter of Student Veterans of America)

• Advisement on and assistance with educational benefits and resources

• Advisement and assistance with transfer credits, including military training/coursework and transfer     credits from other colleges

A Veterans' House

Gatherings and functions specifically for veterans/military students

Specialized academic support resources

Mentors

U.S. News & World Report magazine has named Le Moyne College to the annual list of Best Colleges for 24 consecutive years, and Le Moyne was named one of Princeton Review's 378 Best Colleges for 2015. 

Office of Veteran and Military Services in the Center for Continuing Education

210 Grewen Hall

315-445-4141

vetinfo@lemoyne.edu

 

NEW!    The Moral Injury Project  is holding an a one-day retreat at Syracuse’s Christ the King Retreat Center (500 Brookford Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13224)  on Saturday June 11th, 2016, from 9:00-4:30 p.m.  for military veterans (and active duty) and military family members interested in exploring healing modalities related to moral injury, such as mindfulness, writing, meditation, yoga, and storytelling workshops.  Moral injury is the damage done to one’s conscience or moral compass when that person perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress their own moral and ethical values or codes of conduct. 

There is a small registration fee ($20 in cash or check-no credit cards) to offset costs.  Coffee, tea, water, a  light breakfast and full lunch are included in the fee.    For a registration form and further information, email Eileen E. Schell, eeschell@syr.edu.  Limited to 25 participants.