Think Forward at Le Moyne College

There's a lot to discover at Le Moyne: how to apply the chain rule in calculus, the root causes of the Spanish-American War, what poet Robert Frost may have intended when he wrote "The Road Not Taken." But, that's only part of the story. Much of what makes the College great, makes it home, takes place away from the lecture hall or the lab - in the community and around the world. 

Here you'll uncover new talents and form lifelong friendships; you'll experience, learn and grow; ultimately, you'll look at the world a little differently. Most importantly, you'll become a better version of yourself, changing not only your own life, but also the lives of all those you touch. 

Take the time to explore Le Moyne (this website is a great place to start) and you'll discover that it's an ideal place to investigate your future. Discover an education in which you'll question the world you know and begin to make your mark on the one you'll inherit. Challenge yourself in a rigorous yet supportive environment for the next four years and become prepared to meet challenges for the rest of your life.

 

Important Dates

First Year Admission

   
Extended Early Action Application Deadline 12/1
Early Action Notifications 12/15
Rolling Admission Notifications Begin 1/1
Rolling Admission Priority Deadline (applications will be considered on a space available basis after March 1st) 3/1
Reply Date/Enrollment Deposit Deadline 5/1

Financial Aid

   
Submit the FAFSA (Use Le Moyne's Code: 002748) Starting 10/1
FAFSA Priority Deadline 2/15
Financial Aid Award Notifications Begin 3/1

 

 

Our Stories

 

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