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Grewen Hall

Grewen Hall

Constructed in 1948, Grewen Hall is the oldest and largest building at Le Moyne College. With a total of 86,500-square-feet, Grewen contains 17 classroom and key offices, including Admission, Financial Aid, the deans of Arts and Sciences and Professional and Graduate Studies, the Registrar, and Bursar. The third floor and main entrance of Grewen Hall was remodeled in 2006 to create a beautiful and welcoming space for students and visitors, while the fourth floor (primarily classroom space) was renovated in 2011. As the main academic building, the classrooms within Grewen Hall come in all shapes and sizes to accommodate the different class sizes and pedagogical styles that Le Moyne College offers. Located on the first floor is the Dolphin Den, which opened in January 2011, and features a food court, cafe and convenience store. Located near the main entrance to the Den are the College radio station (WLMU) and The Dolphin, the student newspaper. Take a virtual tour here.

Coyne Science Center

Coyne Science Center

One of the original two buildings on campus, the Coyne Science Center is approximately 70,000 square feet and houses a variety of science disciplines. In December 2015, the final phase of renovation (the top two floors) will be completed, completing a total refurbishment of the facility that began in 2013. The building was constructed in 1948.

Mitchell Hall

Mitchell Hal

The Madden School of Business at Le Moyne is located in the fully renovated Mitchell Hall. Among the highlights of this new academic space is a trading floor, a financial education center, an accounting computer laboratory, and an applied research and executive education laboratory. The school's two floors also feature plenty of student meeting space to accommodate groups of all sizes, while the third floor is residential and houses the Madden School's living-learning community. The facility was renovated during the summers of 2013 and 2014. Take a virtual tour here.

Science Addition

Science Addition

Connected to the recently refurbished Coyne Science Center, the facility - opened in 2012 - symbolizes Le Moyne’s rapidly growing programs in both the sciences and the health professions. The sciences have more students than any other area at the College, and the physician assistant studies and nursing programs have enjoyed tremendous growth and popularity over the past several years. LEED Certified at the Gold Level, the 48,000-square-foot science addition is angled to the south to benefit from solar resources, helping the building maximize the use of sunlight for solar thermal heat and allowing for the best quality sunlight for daylight use. Take a virtual tour here.

Reilly Hall

Reilly Hall

Built in 1969, this 83,000 square-foot brick building contains 13 classrooms, 4 student computer labs, faculty offices, Career Advising and Development, and Academic Advising. Reilly Hall offers a number of different classroom styles including computer labs, tables, and lecture-style classrooms. A television studio is located on the second floor, the Masters of Education office is located on the first floor, also the location of the campus mailroom. Located outside of Reilly Hall, the Gifford Terrace has patio tables and chairs for a foliage-surrounded studying and eating area.

Noreen Reale Falcone Library

Noreen Reale Falcone Library

Le Moyne's library was built in 1981 and named in 1998 in honor of Le Moyne College alumna Noreen Reale Falcone '58. The 65,000-square-foot library underwent minor renovations in 1996 and added the Office of Information Technology in 2008. The library provides students with access to information, both in the form of traditional books and other printed materials, as well as computer and internet resources. The library mixes the use of technology and print to achieve the best results for student's work and research. There are several computer labs throughout the library accessible to students, staff, and faculty. The library provides a number of quiet, secluded places where students can work individually or in groups, such as cubicle style desks, round tables, couches, and enclosed classrooms. The Academic Support Center, located on the first floor of the library, offers students assistance and tutoring in support of their course work. Among the special features of the library are the Wilson Art Gallery, which features exhibits and shows throughout the academic year, and the College Archives.

W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts

W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts

Le Moyne's Visual and Performing Arts program is housed in the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts. Also known as the PAC, the 26,700-square-foot facility was built in 1999 and is home to a genuine black box theater, a dance studio, a carpenter’s shop, classrooms, music practice rooms, and other spaces that can be accommodated to the various performing arts. The black box theater features moveable seating and state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment allowing for quality theater productions and featured artists. An alternative to the full-fledged theater, the Marren Studio is a smaller theater used for rehearsals, auditions, workshops, and even performances. Take a virtual tour here.

Student Housing


Dablon Hall

Dablon

Located on the main quad of the campus, Dablon is a co-educational residence hall, housing 202 underclassmen students. The five-story, 44,000 square-foot brick building was constructed in 1963 and renovated in the summer of 2005 to upgrade rooms, hallways, bathrooms, a main lounge on the first floor, and small lounge areas on every floor. The dorms include beds, desks, chairs, and dressers. With couches, chairs, tables, vending machines, and a big screen television, the main lounge creates a comfortable space for students to work and socialize. The residents have 24/7 access to a computer lab on the first floor.

Foery Hall

Foery

Built in 1968, Foery Hall is an 80,000 square-foot building which houses 270 primarly upperclassmen in co-educational suites. The building was renovated in 2006 to add a lounge on the first floor, an internal sprinkler-system, and update dorm rooms. Located beside Nelligan Hall and Dablon Hall, Foery Hall is a convenient place for upperclassmen to live on the main quad. There are three double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a lounge within each of Foery Hall’s suites. Residents have 24/7 access to a computer lab in the basement.

Nelligan Hall

Nelligan Hall

Constructed in 1955, Nelligan is Le Moyne's oldest residence hall. The 39,000 square-foot, four-story building was remodeled in 1999, which included renovations on the entryway, bathrooms, an internal sprinkler-system, and dorm rooms. Dorm rooms come with built-in closet space, beds, dressers, desks, and chairs. Located on the first floor of the building, a large computer lab is available 24/7 to residents. The lounge is outfitted with a large screen television, couches and chairs, vending machines, and gaming tables. Campus Security is located on the lowest level of Nelligan Hall. 

Harrison Hall

Harrison

Built in 1970, Harrison Hall houses 278 students, primarily sophomores and juniors. The co-educational residence hall was renovated in 2008 to rearrange the suite layout, add an internal sprinkler-system, widen hallways, enlarge bathrooms, and add large, modern-style windows that flood the lounge areas with natural light and provide a spacious view of the campus. The 62,110 square-foot building is laid out in 16 suites, each consisting of 10 bedrooms, with a four-shower bathroom for each cluster of rooms. Rooms are provided with desks, beds, dressers and armoires. Residents have 24/7 access to a computer lab within the building and a modern fitness facility is located on the first floor, along with a lounge equipped with a large-screen television, couches and multiple vending machines. The Resident Director's office and a mail room are also located on the first floor of the building.

St. Mary's Hall

St. Mary's
Constructed in 1963 as the first female residence hall at Le Moyne, St. Mary's is a 44,000 square-foot, five-story residence hall. Double and single rooms share two community bathrooms on each floor along with a laundry room; triple rooms include their own bathrooms. Rooms include built-in closets, dressers, vanity areas, desks, desk chairs and beds. The building was renovated in 2001, which included remodeled rooms, an internal sprinkler system and updated classrooms on the first floor, often used for living-learning communities. A 24/7 computer lab is located on the first floor. The basement of the residence holds a student lounge with a full kitchen, a large-screen television, couches and chairs, tables, vending machines and a pool table. The building is connected to Harrison Hall via an enclosed walkway, providing an easy way to access the fitness room on the first floor of Harrison.

Le Moyne View

Le Moyne View

Purchased and renovated in 1999, the 9,400-square-foot Le Moyne View apartments are co-educational residence buildings, housing a total of 42 students. Located near the Le Moyne Plaza, the View offers an attractive, quieter living environment away from the bustle of the main campus. Most of the apartments in the Le Moyne View house three people in two rooms, one double and one single room, with a living room area, a well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom. The bedrooms have hardwood floors and a built-in closet. Efficiency apartments for one person are also available.

Heights I & II

Heights I & II

Located on the corner of Springfield Road and Masters Road across from the Physical Plant building, the Heights I and II were built in 2004. The 28,000-square-foot complex consists of 19 apartment-style residences, housing 74 students. These modern apartments accommodate four students and include a full kitchen, two bedrooms, a living room area, two and a half baths, and a balcony for upper floor units. There are two-bedroom, one-bedroom and efficiency-style apartments in each building. Some of the apartments are accessed from the front of the building and some from the back parking lot area. Half of the Le Moyne Heights I and II are two-story and half are one-story apartments. 

Heights III & IV

Heights III & IV

Purchased by the College in 2000, the Le Moyne Heights III and IV apartments are located at the corner of Springfield Road and Thompson Road. These 19,700 square-foot two-building apartment complex house 63 residents in 18 apartments. A typical Heights apartment has two double bedrooms, a living room, one and a half bathrooms, a full kitchen and a balcony. With hardwood floors in bedrooms and living room, the Le Moyne Heights III and IV offer an apartment-style living option for upper-class students.

Townhouses

Townhouses

Located on the east end of the campus behind Mitchell Hall, six of the wood-frame houses were constructed in 1989, with three more built in 2014; all together, the nine buildings provide co-educational housing for 168 students. The original six townhouses have been remodeled and upgraded several times, the most recent upgrade taking place during the summer of 2013. Every apartment has three floors with three double bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a common living room, full kitchen and a long-term storage space. Each bedroom is on a different floor of the house and includes built-in closets and ample living space. The living room areas of the townhouses include a couch, chair, love seat, end tables, kitchen table and chairs. The kitchen includes a stove, refrigerator, counter space, cupboards and ample storage space. This set up creates a unique atmosphere of community, making them some of the most sought-after residences by the upper-class students.

Thomas J. Niland Jr. Athletic Complex


Henninger Athletic Center

Henninger Athletic Center

Home of the Le Moyne Dolphins, the Anthony A. Henninger Athletic Center was constructed in 1962. The brick building is located down the hill from the academic buildings. Le Moyne sporting events are held on Ted Grant Court (inside Henninger) and the athletic fields that surround the Athletic Center. The Le Moyne College baseball diamond (Dick Rockwell Field) is the home of Le Moyne's storied baseball team, while Ted Grant Field is a new multi-use turf field where men's and women's soccer and lacrosse play. Located next to the building is the new softball field, which opened in 2012.

Recreation Center

Recreation Center

Built in 1989, the Recreation Center is adjacent to the Henniger Athletic Center. The facility contains a swimming pool, an aerobics room, exercise equipment, a large weight and workout room, racquetball courts, and basketball courts that can be converted to facilitate either indoor tennis or volleyball. The Le Moyne pool is open year-round for students, staff, and swim teams. The multi-use courts are open to practice and intramural sports and the weight room offers a variety of aerobic and weight training options for students and staff.

Campus Community Buildings

The Panasci Family Chapel

The Panasci Family Chapel

Dedicated in 1994, the Panasci Family Chapel is the spiritual center of campus and serves the religious and spiritual needs of the Le Moyne College community. The building includes two chapels (the large Madonna della Strada Chapel and the smaller Shanahan Chapel), an interfaith meditation room, and the Drescher Community Room, which is used for gatherings and large meetings. The Campus Ministry office is also located in the Panasci Family Chapel, providing a comfortable, welcoming space for students, staff, and faculty to grow spiritually, to engage in service and volunteer opportunities, to make spiritual retreats, and to actively practice their faith. Take a virtual tour here.

Campus Center

Campus Center

Located on the west end of campus, the Campus Center houses the LaCasse Dining Center, the Pub and adjacent Corcoran Lounge, and two large meeting and event spaces, the James Commons and the Curtin Special Events Room. On the second floor of the building are the offices of Resident Life and Student Life and Leadership. Take a virtual tour of the LaCasse Dining Center and the Campus Pub.

Le Moyne Plaza

Opened in Fall 2010, the Le Moyne Plaza is the location of a Cam's Pizzeria and a full-service Dunkin' Donuts. With comfortable seating throughout, the Plaza also features a double-sided fireplace, Wi-Fi, and LCD TVs. The College Bookstore is also located in the Plaza. Whether you want to hang out and relax, grab a quick bite to eat or a coffee to go, the Plaza is the place to be. Take a virtual tour.

Veteran's House

Located across the street from the main campus, the Le Moyne Veteran's House serves the needs of the College's active and former military students. Formally dedicated in 2010, the house was totally refurbished and includes common areas for meeting and studying, an exercise room, and Wi-Fi throughout.

Alumni House

Located at 546 Fayette Boulevard (across from campus and next to the Veteran's House), the Alumni House was opened in 2013. It was refurbished to serve the needs of alumni, with several meeting spaces, high speed internet, and large-screen television in the living room with USB and computer capabilities. The facility also serves as home to Le Moyne’s Office of Alumni and Parent Programs.

Loyola Jesuit Residence

Loyola Jesuit Residence

Constructed in 1990, this 31,000-square-foot building is home to the Le Moyne Jesuit Community. The building features a geo-thermal heating and air-conditioning system, which heats and cools the residence. Currently 17 Jesuits live in the residence.