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With nearly 30 majors and more than 20 minors, the College of Arts & Sciences is the intellectual hub and academic center of Le Moyne. Learn more about the College of Arts & Sciences.
Two Le Moyne students travel to Costa Rica to learn more about one of Earth’s most precious – and imperiled – natural resources.
Students travel to the City of Light to study firsthand the literary, religious and cultural forces at work in the French capital.
From sports fan to SportsCenter, alumnus Thomas Stamas ’14 is living his dream working at ESPN.
The College's first named school was launched in 2012, moved to a state-of-the-art facility in 2013 -- and is transforming business education at Le Moyne. Madden School of Business
See how Madden students benefit from the School's focus on "multiple bottom lines."
You'll find advanced degrees in some of the fastest-growing and most sought-after fields of study in the School of Graduate & Professional Studies. Learn more about the Purcell School.
Students receive a comprehensive view of higher education through this innovative graduate certificate program.
By its very nature, nursing is a vocation defined by caring, compassion and helping others -- ideals that align perfectly with Jesuit education
The director of Le Moyne's PA Program dedicated two decades to combatting HIV and AIDS in the U.S. Then she took her fight to South Sudan.
A full array of certificate programs and opportunities for professional and personal development, offered in convenient and accessible formats. Center for Continuing Education
More than four decades after he graduated from Le Moyne, Ken D'Angelo '71 is back. He is taking classes, participating in campus traditions, even writing for The Dolphin. So what's he learned this time as a college student? "It's better the second time around." Ken D'Angelo is a Triple Threat
Within the context of a Catholic, Jesuit college, the McDevitt Center provides a new model for enhancing and integrating research, teaching, learning and service. McDevitt Center
Led by one of the field's pre-eminent experts, two events scheduled for spring 2015 will address one of society's most pressing and timely topics.
George Coyne S.J., director of The Vatican Observatory for nearly 30 years, now calls the Heights his home as the McDevitt Chair of Religious Philosophy.
Nick Johnson can’t wait to begin working in the tech start-up world. Thanks to a McDevitt Center Summer Internship grant, he didn’t have to.
Sustainability and climate change -- and their far-reaching impact on society -- are issues at the forefront of Jesuit initiatives, and serve as focal points for education and research conducted by the Center.Learn More
Faculty-student collaborative research lies at the heart of CURAR's mission, as the Center strives to serve the needs of the Central New York by working to improve region's economic, social and educational infrastructure.Learn More
"The best part of my college career has been the terrific teachers, mentors, and life-long friends that I have gained... I have never been so greatly impacted by my instructors as I have at Le Moyne." - Ben Bratek '12, nursing major
Welcome to Student Research at Le Moyne. An important part of college education is learning how to do research according to the standards and methods of your chosen field of study and academic discipline.
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