Skip Content
  • Academics
  • Student Life
  • Give
  • Think EXCELLENCE

    Encounter new ideas and new perspectives with

    Our stories

    wellness'

    Knowing Nostalgia

    As a widely respected expert in nostalgia, Krystine Batcho's work has been featured in the New York Times and Washington Post, as well as in Oprah magazine, but nothing gives her greater joy than working with her students at Le Moyne.

    Dolphin Tail-ents

    Dolphin artistry was front and center at the College’s talent show. Fun, moving and endlessly entertaining, these Phins connected with the audience and each other, and showed that they have some serious skills!

    Embracing Mother Earth

    Hilary McManus traveled to one of the coldest, windiest and iciest places on Earth – Antarctica – to study humankind’s impact on the environment firsthand. She witnessed whales, penguins and seals in their natural environment, as well as the impact of climate change.

    Le Moyne Student Research

    Renaissance Man

    Matthew Civilette is a Renaissance man, as passionate about music and track as he is about the study of biology. Thoughtful and insightful, Civilette approaches everything he does with an eye toward the moral and ethical.

    graduation

    Think jesuit

    A Jesuit education goes far beyond textbooks and classrooms

    Discover our Values

    Think Le Moyne

    Experience Life on Campus

    The Value of a Liberal Arts Education

    At a time when the value of the Liberal Arts has been questioned in our society, Le Moyne serves a critical social role. As we seek to educate our students as whole people, critical thinkers, and engaged citizens, we also strive to give them opportunities for professional training and meaningful success.

    Learn More

    Make Plans To Visit Le MoyneThere are many opportunities to visit our campus