Get to know Le Moyne College

In small classes, you'll encounter new ideas, new perspectives and new fields to study. You'll work closely with faculty members who know not only your name, but also your interests. You'll ask questions, express your opinions and take part in spirited debates. A Le Moyne education provides students with the intellectual skills necessary to succeed in the world and, beyond that, the will to use their abilities to promote a more just society.

Le Moyne also invites you to stretch your horizons and develop your interests by participating in a range of activities. You'll connect with some students who will share your values and others who will teach you to look at things in another way.

Terms Of Use

Mission Statement

Le Moyne College is a diverse learning community that strives for academic excellence in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition through its comprehensive programs rooted in the liberal arts and sciences. Its emphasis is on education of the whole person and on the search for meaning and value as integral parts of the intellectual life. Le Moyne College seeks to prepare its members for leadership and service in their personal and professional lives to promote a more just society.


Le Moyne College is approved by the Regents of the University of the State of New York and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Nursing Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education; the Teacher Education Programs are accredited by the Teachers Education Accreditation Council and the Physician Assistant Studies Program is accredited by the Accreditation Review Commision for Physician Assistant Education. Moreover, the College is a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges an Universities, the Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York, the Association of American Colleges, the AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the National Catholic Educational Association, the National Association for College Admission Counseling, the College Board and the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities.

Requests to review documents describing the accreditation, approval or licensing of the institution and its programs may be submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs. Information regarding the accreditation status of Le Moyne College may be obtained from:

The New York State Education Department
Office of Higher Education and the Professions
Cultural Education Center, Room 5B28
Albany, New York 12230
(518) 474-5851

Compliance Information

Le Moyne College subscribes fully to all applicable federal and state legislation and regulations (including the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”); Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (“Section 504”); the Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”); the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; the Age Discrimination Act; and the New York State Human Rights Law) regarding discrimination. The College does not discriminate against students, faculty, staff or other beneficiaries on the basis of race, color, gender, creed, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin in admission to, or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs and activities. Le Moyne College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. For further information contact the College’s Age Act, Title IX, and Section 504/ADA Coordinator: Assistant Vice President for Student Development and Multicultural Affairs, 315-445-4525 (voice), 315-445-4767 (facsimile).

Barbara Karper, assistant vice president for student development and multicultural affairs, serves as Le Moyne College's Section 504 Coordinator and Title IX Coordinator. In this role, Barbara is responsible for Le Moyne compliance in the following areas, which are under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights:

Section 504 - which prohibits discrimination based on disability, and

Title IX - which prohibits discrimination based on sex.

Le Moyne is subject to provisions of Section 504 and Title IX because it receives Federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education.

Her role deals with student-only compliance in these two areas. In addition to Section 504 and Title IX, Barbara also oversees student-related facilities concerns and compliance for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which is under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Any individual having concerns or questions related to either Section 504, Title IX, or the ADA should address them with Barbara. She is located in Student Development in the Campus Center, and can be reached at 315-445-4525 or via e-mail at

Download Le Moyne College Grievance Procedures Related to Discrimination (pdf).

Students with Disabilities

The Office of Disability Support Services, located in the Academic Support Center, arranges academic accommodations for eligible students with disabilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the director of disability support services as soon as possible to ensure that academic accommodations are made available in a timely manner. Written documentation attesting to the existence of the disabling condition and signed by a licensed professional, is required before academic accommodations are implemented.

Non-academic services for students with disabilities are coordinated by the assistant vice president for student development and multicultural affairs at (315) 445-4525 and the director of residence life and coordinator of judicial affairs at (315) 445-4520.

Contact Information
Voice: (315) 445-4118
TDD: (315) 445-4104
Fax: (315) 445-6014

Student Records (FERPA)

Le Moyne College, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), has implemented procedures for the review and/or challenge of student records. The institutional policy can be found on the registrar’s Web site and in the student handbook.

Sexual Harassment Policy

Le Moyne College does not condone or tolerate any verbal or physical conduct that would constitute sexual harassment or nonconsensual sexual activity.

Sexual Harassment/ Nonconsensual Sexual Activity Officers

Officers will coordinate educational programs for the College community, train all relevant personnnel and administer the procedures described in the approved policies.

The current Le Moyne College Sexual Harassment/Nonconsensual Sexual Activity Officers (SHOs) are:

* Ms. Gerda Bennett, Counselor, Center for Personal Growth & Counseling, Office: Reilly Hall 342 Email:, Phone: 4195
* Dr. Daniel Orne, Associate Professor, Management and Leadership Program, Office: Reilly Hall 418, Email:, Phone: 4478
* Administrative Sexual Harassment Officer - Ms. Lynn McMartin, SPHR, Director of Human Resources, Office: GH209E, Email:, Phone 4155

Sexual Harassment/ Nonconsensual Sexual Activity Grievance Board

The role of Sexual Harassment/Nonconsensual Sexual Activity Grievance Board members is:

* To provide information and confidential advising;
* To act as mediators;
* To participate as members of Review Panels; and
* To participate as members of Appeal Boards.

Board Membership

Current Sexual Harassment/Nonconsensual Sexual Activity Grievance Board members are:

Faculty: Susan Behuniak (4490), C. Tabor Fisher (4159), Wen Ma (4784), Dennis O'Connor (4483), Frank Ridzi (4480)
Administrators: Cynthia Alibrandi (4458), John Haley (4525), Dennis Nicholson (4300), Kimberly Pietro (4545)
Staff: Karen Alexander (4707), Nancy Piscitell (4294), Michalene Sandore (4120), Shelli Walters (4380), Dale Wilson (4280)
Students: Martha Baker (6896), Eric Fenclau (7075), Amanda Miles (6896), Daniel Warner (8542)