As you prepare to join the Dolphin Family, we encourage you to take some time to review your "next steps" to enrollment. Please review the information below, paying close attention to any requirements specific to your program of study.
1. Accept Your Admission Offer
Log in to your secure status page to complete the reply form and accept your offer of admission.
2. Submit Pending Academic Documents
- If you received your bachelor's degree during the application process, please be sure to request an official final transcript showing your bachelors degree was earned.
Electronic transcripts can be sent to:
Paper transcripts can be mailed to:
Office of Graduate Admission
Le Moyne College
Grewen Hall 323
Syracuse, NY 13214
- If your application for admission included a official college transcript showing your earned bachelor's degree, you do not need to send another transcript.
- If you earned your bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne College, we will acquire the transcript for you.
4. Complete Your Health & Wellness Requirements
The Required Menengitis Response Form and Immunization Report can be found here.
Le Moyne College requires all enrolled students to provide proof of immunization. New York State law requires the college to de-register students who are not in compliance with the regulation. Students will be unable to attend classes until the report is received and approved.
The required Immunization Report and the Meningitis Response Form must be received by Le Moyne College three weeks before the start of your classes, or as soon after you are admitted if after the three-week time frame. If the documentation is not received before classes begin, the student will incur a $100 non-refundable fine that will be placed on their account.
The documents may be returned in person
to Health Services (Seton Hall, 1st Floor) or by mail to:
Le Moyne College
Seton Hall, 1st Floor
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214
Please note: No faxed copies can be accepted.
5. Explore FAFSA and Payment Options
- Please see the Bursar website for the current graduate tuition and fees.
- Students looking to learn about sources for funding and FAFSA application instructions should contact the Office of Financial Aid. Le Moyne also offers payment plans for eligible students.
6. Update Your Contact Information
- Update us on changes to your contact information and/or address since your application by emailing GradAdmission@lemoyne.edu.
Preparation for Your Academic Program
Program Start Dates
- Please mark your calendars for a Mandatory Orientation for newly-admitted students followed by the All-Graduate Student Convocation that celebrates the beginning of a new academic year: Sunday, August 30, 2020. You will also receive an invitation with specific time and details.
- First Day of Spring 2020 Class: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 ** Please note, the college will be closed on Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. **
- First Day of Fall 2020 Class: Monday, August 31, 2020
Student ID/Account Access
- The program will be communicating with you at your Le Moyne College email address. Once you have completed the reply form accepting your office of admission, you will hear shortly thereafter from the IT Service Desk, via your email address supplied on your application for admission, regarding your student account information. This email will include your student ID and temporary password with instructions for activation. If you previously had a Le Moyne account and you no longer have access or have forgotten the password, please contact the IT Service Desk at email@example.com or at (315) 445-4579.
- Student picture IDs are issued from the Office of Campus Life located on the second level of the Campus Center (click here for a map) and is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. No appointment is necessary. A current Le Moyne student ID will allow you to utilize the library services and use the facilities at the recreation center.
- Students with an ID card can also obtain discounts on tickets to on-campus events and attend Le Moyne basketball games free of charge.
It is your responsibility to contact the program director, Travis Newton, at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding registration for your first course(s) as a matriculated student. You will register for future coursework on your own. Always ensure that your program of study is updated with the program director.
- All students bringing a vehicle to campus (resident, commuter, part-time and graduate students) must register their vehicles. Parking permits are required for all vehicles that will be parked on Le Moyne's property and operated by students. This includes residence halls, apartments and College-owned student houses. Vehicles parked at College-owned houses cannot be parked on the lawn, blocking sidewalks or extending into the street.
- Parking permits can be obtained online at lemoyne.thepermitstore.com. Students should have their vehicle registration, student ID# and credit card available when registering online to ensure accurate information.
- Commuter Student Parking Fee (applies to all graduate students living off campus) = $50/year plus a $5.95 processing fee. Additional student permits or replacement permits can only be purchased in person at the Security Office located in the basement of Nelligan Hall, Monday-Friday, between 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The fee for an additional permit or replacement permit is $10.
- Commuter students may park in lots A, AA in the Thomas J. Niland Sports Complex or Lot C in front of the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts. Click here for a campus map.
The Le Moyne College Campus Life and Leadership Office offers a limited amount of graduate student housing. Graduate students will have their own bedroom in a shared, single family home owned by the College located close to campus. Homes are gender specific. No family housing is available on campus at this time. Homes are fully furnished, include all utilities, have off-street parking, WiFi and year-round maintenance. A one-year commitment/lease is required. The deadline to apply for graduate student housing is July 1 with move-in no earlier than August 1. Contact the Campus Life Office at (315) 445-4520 or email@example.com for rates and an application.
The Downtown Committee of Syracuse offers a great resource to learn about downtown living options and can be found at downtownsyracuse.com/lifestyle/living/search.
Another great resource is OrangeHousing.com with numerous listings of rental properties and apartment options.
For additional information about being a student at Le Moyne College, please be sure to visit lemoyne.edu/students. This site includes important information on online resources (Campus Portal, WebAdvsior, Canvas, Gmail, IT Service Desk, Library, Student Handbook, etc.) as well as academic resources, financial resources, career and development resources, campus life resources and campus news and events.
The following includes important information and resources for a smooth and successful transition as a Le Moyne College graduate student.
- Course Availability - Current course offerings can be found on the Registrar's website.
- Academic Calendar - The calendar for the current academic year can be found on the Registrar's website.
- Textbook List -
Located in the Le Moyne Plaza adjacent to campus, the bookstore is operated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers and is open year-round. The bookstore offers a wide selection of College-imprinted merchandise, school supplies, novelties, personal items, miscellaneous items and books of general interest. The staff will accept orders for any book not in stock.
Textbook purchases are made at the beginning of each semester. Specific rules for all textbook returns are posted at the checkout registers. Used books are bought back every day, with a special buyback at the end of the fall and spring semesters during finals week. Books and merchandise can also be ordered online at www.lemoyne.bncollege.com.