Welcome to Student Development at Le Moyne College

Through our comprehensive array of innovative programs and services, we provide the environment for students to be able to achieve their full potential.

Student Development encompasses residence life, campus security, health and counseling service, campus ministry, career advising & development, food services, judicial affairs, multicultural affairs, student activities and programs, and student senate.

Our Vision

Student Development is committed to the Ignatian principles grounded within Jesuit education. We invite our students to participate actively in a safe, respectful, diverse and open academic community. We challenge them to grow in mind, body and spirit for the greater good. Hence, students are empowered to develop their unique skills and talents to be critical thinkers, compassionate leaders and contributing citizens in our diverse, ever-changing world.

As educators, we are called to model our mission as mentors engaged in the pursuit of excellence. Our passion for integrative and holistic learning compels us to work collaboratively with the entire campus community.

Shaun Crisler

Shaun Crisler’s goal is to help create positive living and learning experiences for all students. By working with faculty, campus partners and staff, Crisler looks for opportunities to collaborate, with a focus on student success and retention towards graduation. “I am honored to have this opportunity to serve as the associate provost for student development and to be of service to the students, faculty, staff and alumni of Le Moyne College. I believe that the next evolution of student development will call for us to find new ways to support the holistic development of students. I am looking forward to working with the students, the talented staff within student development, the faculty and the senior leadership team.”

Anne Kearney


BSSW Bachelor of Science in Social Welfare, Southern Illinois University
MSW  Masters of Social Work, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle 

Experience:  (how long at Le Moyne) 
Worked at Le Moyne since 2006

What I Love Love About Le Moyne:
At Le Moyne we embrace a holistic approach to education - mind, body, and spirit. Le Moyne has made student wellbeing a priority, and I love being a part of some amazing collaborations across our campus that are helping to create a safe, vibrant, healthy, and inclusive community. Faculty, staff, and administrators are all working together to achieve this goal. I especially love working with our students in helping to build this culture - they are so passionate, dedicated, and creative!


Thomas Andino

BComm in Marketing & Management – Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada
MA in Africana Studies – State University of New York at Albany


I have been working at Le Moyne since 2018 (3 years)
Working with HEOP since 2011 (10 years)
Working in Higher Education since 2005 (16 years)

Area or Offices supervised:
Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American (AHANA) Program

What I Love Love About Le Moyne
At Le Moyne, I have found a community that shares the same values that drew me to work with opportunity program students in the first place. I am thankful every day that I work with people who view holistic support of each student as critical to what we do and working here has truly allowed me to see my passion realized in the success of the young people we serve. The talent, persistence, and dedication of our HEOP & AHANA scholars is what gets me excited for every new day. .

Allison Farrell
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Nazareth College
Masters of Science in Higher Education from Syracuse University 

Served at Le Moyne since 2002

Area or Offices supervised:
Student Success Center/Tutoring
First-year Class Dean
Co-Chair of EASE (Early Alert System Exchange)
Academic Standing

What I Love Love About Le Moyne:  
"Each day I am inspired by our students and the individuals I work with. Le Moyne is a special place with a caring community and we all work hard to help our students find their passion. Once they have found that passion, success is so much more meaningful."

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Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management, Cheyney University
Masters of Science in Education, Le Moyne College

Area or Offices supervised:
Upward Bound Program
Co-Chair of Racial Justice Committee

What I Love about Le Moyne:
I love the continued support of the Upward Bound Program that has existed on this campus since 1965(original pilot program). I love the students that we serve and the opportunities and exposures that Le Moyne has provided. Love working with colleagues who make me feel appreciated as well as supporting my students and program.
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BS Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Le Moyne College
MS Master of Science in Education, Alfred University

Worked at Le Moyne from 1992 - 1994 and 1999 - present

Area or Offices supervised:
Student Conduct
Dean for the Class of 2024
Co-Chair of EASE (Early Alert System Exchange)
Coordinator of Medical Leave of Absence Process
Student Development Liaison to Sodexo and Barnes and Noble Bookstore

What I Love about Le Moyne:
The Jesuit values of Cura Personalis and Magis are embedded in so much that we do on the Heights and in our daily lives. As Le Moyne Dolphins, we (faculty, administrators, staff, students and alumni) celebrate the good times together and support one another during the challenging occasions. I love being a part of such a caring community.