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The Center for Continuing Education assists students over the age of 24. Students may pursue a bachelor's degree--either part-time or full-time, in any major--or they may pursue a certificate program.
Continuing Education also works with students taking classes on a non-matriculated (NM), part-time basis without making application to the college, and with those who wish to apply, but do not meet the admission requirements; these students may be offered the option of NM status to work toward matriculation.
If you have completed 9 to 18 credits as a non-matriculated student through the Office of Continuing Education, have achieved a GPA of at least 2.5, and would like to apply for undergraduate admission to Le Moyne College, please follow this link to the application.
For more information, or to set up an appointment, please contact us today!
Center for Continuing Education
210 Grewen Hall
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"Le Moyne offered a great support system for veterans like me and tuned out to be a great match overall." - Yolanda Flowers '12, Department of Education
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