Cost of Education

The cost of a Le Moyne education is about $48,700 per year – including tuition, fees, room, board, and personal expenses such as travel and books.

However, it's important to know that the College commits close to $40 million annually to financial aid, which is used to help more than 95 percent of our students. The average financial aid for the freshmen class is $25,030, an amount that includes Le Moyne scholarships, need-based grants from the College, and federal and state grants and loans. The College has earned recognition from the editors at Barron's and U.S. News & World Report as one of America's "Best Buys in College Education."

There are a number ways in which you can receive help financing your education, including loans, scholarships, grants and work-study opportunities. The College awards numerous merit-based and program- or major-based endowed scholarships, as well as athletic scholarships. In addition, students who demonstrate financial need may be eligible for additional federal and state funds, as well Le Moyne’s work-study program.

How much will it cost?
2018/19 Costs
Estimated expenses for the average undergraduate student for the academic year:
Cost Description
$1,065 Average Fees
$8,590 Room
$5,190 Board (Carte Blanche)
$2,695* Personal (Travel, Books, Misc.)

*Although students will not be billed by the College for these expenses, these figures provide a general guideline in determining expenses and are used to compute need for financial aid packages.

"... I've learned so much from my professors and classmates, and the network of Le Moyne alumni (was) an exceptional resource that allowed me to gain valuable work experience throughout my college years." - Jacqueline Andolina '12

Financial Aid Office

Grewen Hall Room 303
Phone: (315) 445-4400
Fax: (315) 445-4182