Some things last the test of time. That includes the rich, 500-year-old Jesuit heritage upon which the College was founded.
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Nearly 500 years ago, a wounded soldier from the Basque region of Spain founded a religious order called the Society of Jesus (aka the Jesuits). That man’s name was Ignatius of Loyola and the Society he founded prospered quickly. It became well known for excellence in education among many other ministries. Le Moyne College is the result of the vision of Ignatius. Our curriculum and core values are grounded in the Jesuit tradition and our students go out into the world, with a Le Moyne education, to make a tremendous impact on our society and advance the common good.
As Provost and Academic Vice President, I am honored to lead the division of Academic Affairs here at Le Moyne. Excelling in teaching, scholarship, and service, and supported by dedicated staff members, our faculty provide an inclusive education enriched by our shared Jesuit and Catholic commitment to intellectual rigor, community leadership, social justice, and sustainability. Our professors are committed not only to teaching our students but to coming to know them, by name, and leading them toward a deeply rooted commitment to lifelong learning and social responsibility.
I encourage you to learn more about Le Moyne’s academic initiatives and its strategic plan by browsing this webpage. Here, you will find links to the College of Arts and Sciences, the Madden School of Business, and the Purcell School of Professional Studies, as well as signature programs such as Integral Honors and Manresa.
It is my hope and intention that the vision of St. Ignatius will continue to unfold here at Le Moyne College through its primary mission –an excellence in education for undergraduate and graduate students in the Jesuit tradition. If there is any way that my office can assist you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Rev. Joseph Marina, S.J., Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
In advancing, we honor the depth and permanence of our Ignatian roots - always rigorous, always creative, always intellectually curious - while we also welcome the forward movement of change.
Read the entire plan; an abbreviated overview of the plan can be found here.
Every day at Le Moyne College, faculty are transforming the world through their teaching, research, and service. Please take a moment to discover some of the meaningful contributions they are making on campus, in the local community, and around the world.
See our faculty accomplishments
Are you excited by learning? Do you enjoy not simply learning, but discussing and creating ideas? The Integral Honors Program is a community of students and faculty from across the campus who share a passion for deep intellectual engagement and the challenges and rewards of scholarly inquiry.
Since the analysis of real-world problems is an integral part of a Jesuit, liberal arts education, Le Moyne’s Quantitative Reasoning Center provides a dynamic environment that empowers students, faculty, and community members to deepen their understanding of quantitative reasoning and supports its use in a wide range of applications.
A one of a kind program, Manresa works to complement your academic experience with career development, personal growth and a desire for changing the world. When you graduate from Le Moyne, we want you to find a job in your field, but we also want you to embark on a career and life path filled with satisfaction.
College of Arts & Sciences | Jim Hannan, Ph.D, Interim Dean
Madden School of Business | Jim Joseph '83, Dean
Purcell School of Professional Studies | Margaret Wells, Ph.D., R.N., APN- BC, Dean
Associate Provost | Mary Collins, Ph.D., Associate Provost
Integral Honors Program | Matt Fee, Ph.D., Director
Noreen Reale Falcone Library | Inga Barnello, Director
Quantitative Reasoning Center | Emily Lawless, Director
Writing Center | Matthew Fledderjohann, Ph.D., Director
What does it mean to be human in the 21st century? As the McDevitt Core Professor, Jennifer Glancy, Ph.D., has been delving into that weighty question for more than three years. She teaches a Core course and coordinates a multidisciplinary lecture series that seeks to uncover what it means to be alive today, particularly in the midst of ecological crisis, technological change and widespread social alienation.
Amanda D'Angelo '17 is about to embark on a life-altering journey to Northern Spain, where she will work as a teaching assistant in an English class. D'Angelo earned a scholarship through the prestigious Fulbright Program, which seeks to promote mutual understanding a peace.
Joshua Redden ‘11, a former English major and HEOP/AHANA scholar, has always had a passion for giving voice to words. Now he wrestles with words in another way—working with labels like Motown, BET, and the GRAMMYs while producing his own music.
Le Moyne College Mission Statement
Le Moyne College is a diverse learning community that strives for academic excellence in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition through its comprehensive programs rooted in the liberal arts and sciences. Its emphasis is on education of the whole person and on the search for meaning and value as integral parts of the intellectual life. Le Moyne College seeks to prepare its members for leadership and service in their personal and professional lives to promote a more just society.
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