Welcome New Le Moyne Students!
New First-year Students:
As a member of the Class of 2024, you will be invited to take part in Heading to the Heights
, our comprehensive orientation program that prepares you for life at Le Moyne. You will first choose a one day Summer Welcome
session in June to help you complete the "business" of becoming a College Student. During this day, students will meet with a faculty member from their major department, complete required placement exams, and meet many of their new classmates. Students will leave Summer Welcome
armed with their tentative fall course schedule, Le Moyne ID and information that will connect them to their peer orientation leaders throughout the summer. Students will complete their orientation experience by being welcomed to campus for a three-day Fall Arrival
. This required program will include several days of welcome events and introduction to life at Le Moyne before sophomores, juniors and seniors arrive.
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New Transfer Students: As a new transfer student entering Le Moyne in Fall 2020, you will participate in a multi-part orientation, called “TRANSFERmations." This welcome program is tailored to the needs of new transfer students and invites you to attend “Connecting to Campus”, a brief introduction to Le Moyne College and the services available. Both students and their family members are invited to participate. Later, as the fall semester approaches, you will return for “New Beginnings,” a half day-long session on the Saturday before classes begin. This part of the program gives you even more insight into services at Le Moyne which will promote your success at the college. TRANSFERmations is followed by a series of activities during the first few weeks of the semester designed specifically to engage new transfer students into the Le Moyne community.
Click here for more information about TRANSFERmations and to register for the Connecting to Campus sessions and New Beginnings.
Questions about Orientation?
Please call the Student Success Center at (315) 445-4597