There is no better way to decide if a college is the right fit for you than to come and fit right in at the college. Located in the heart of New York state, Le Moyne College is easy to get to and easy to love. So, what are you waiting for? Tour our beautiful campus, interact with current students, and sit in on a class. Your college years are a journey, and each journey begins with a single step. Think forward – envision life as a Le Moyne Dolphin!
Visit our Admission Events Calendar
for a complete list of upcoming events, or choose an event below. Questions? Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (800) 333-4733, (315) 445-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Register to Attend
View all upcoming events on the Admission Events Calendar
, or choose from below:
Summer Family Fridays
Include a presentation by an admission representative, a campus tour led by a current Le Moyne student, and lunch. Select a date and register to attend
Include a presentation by an admission representative, a campus tour led by a current Le Moyne student, and a dessert reception. Select a date and register to attend
Approximately one hour in length and led by a current Le Moyne student. Select a date and register to attend
A one-on-one conversation with an Admission representative to discuss your goals, and to answer any questions you may have about Le Moyne. Please be sure to call ahead at (800) 333-4733 or (315) 445-4300 to schedule an Interview in advance of your visit.
A private tour for a group of 10 or more students and their chaperones, approximately one hour in length. Offered Monday - Friday at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. by appointment only. Requests for Group Tours must be submitted 3 weeks prior to your preferred visit date.
While on campus, we welcome your group to eat in our dining hall if your visit coincides with normal hours of operation. An optional Information Session may be requested for students in 9th - 12th grade. Click for more information and to request a Group Tour
Please note: the College will be closed on Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), and Labor Day.