This organization gives students the opportunity to meet accounting practitioners of various professional disciplines. Alumni frequently return to campus and share work experiences.
The purpose of this club is to foster an interest in the field of anthropology, to provide a common meeting ground for those interested and to facilitate communications among them.
The Art club promotes student awareness and interest in the arts by providing a wide variety of events to members. The club is also responsible for the collection and selection of the student art to be placed in the annual Student Art Show.
Ascent HR is a Human Resources club formed by enterprising students at Le Moyne College. We are a Student Chapter operating under the umbrella of CNY SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management). The primary motive of the club is to bring students and industry together, where students will get firsthand knowledge of the challenges and opportunities faced by the industries today. Students on their part would focus their energies to forecast solutions for the challenges and prepare themselves to avail the opportunities.
The Biology Club is an organization whose purposes are to promote student interest and participation in the life sciences and to provide a social venue through which students may explore shared interests and make new acquaintances. The Biology Club sponsors a variety of events and activities throughout the year and helps freshman biology students adjust to college life.
Designed for students interested in business, the club provides an outlet for businesses to contribute information on current and upcoming professional practices. The club promotes interaction among students, faculty and business professionals.
The Chemistry Club is open to all members of the Le Moyne community who major in the sciences. The club sponsors lecturers from both industrial and academic circles, giving students an awareness of current trends in chemistry.
The Association of Students in Communication (ASC) enhances knowledge of the communication industry and facilitates career opportunities by sponsoring guest speakers, employer panels and tours of major media markets.
The “Crime” Club is dedicated to furthering students’ knowledge of criminological, crime and criminal justice issues. Some of the activities the crime club will be involved in are touring correctional facilities, meeting with criminal justice professionals and discussing current criminological issues. Field trips are always encouraged, as are student ideas for trips or projects.
The Economics Club sponsors speakers, holds social meetings and sponsors an off-campus trip to an area of interest such as a Federal Reserve bank or the New York Stock Exchange. The Economics Club also acts as an information center for careers in economics, opportunities for graduate study and current job openings.
This club informs students of current issues in the field of education and teacher preparation. The club’s primary resources are the education department, alumni and experts in the field who discuss various education-related topics.
The Engineering Club provides support for those students wishing to pursue a career in engineering. Activities include study groups, field trips to engineering facilities, and inviting engineers to campus to share information on their work and career.
Members of the English Club participate in reading groups and movie discussion groups throughout the semester. They also organize a trip to the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Ontario, each fall.
The Film Club is a group for all students who enjoy movies and want to engage in discussions about films of all genres, from recent independent titles to classic films.
The French Club is for lovers of the French language and culture! It’s a chance for students to hang out, practice their French and plan activities.
The History Academy encourages students to pursue the study of history beyond the classroom. Whether by discussing future endeavors such as graduate school or law school, the History Academy strives to sponsor events that interest students regardless of their major.
Institute of Internal Auditors
Institute of Internal Auditors promotes interest in and enables participation in events with professionals in the field of auditing.
Institute of Management Accountants
The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) provides networking opportunities in the field of management accounting, helps develop leadership skills through exploration of relevant events in the accounting field, and allows for the opportunity to be part of a national organization for management accounting professionals.
International Relations Club (Model U.N.)
IRC is open to all students and sponsors speakers and debates that develop a greater understanding of international relations. The club offers students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become the leaders of tomorrow.
The Investment Club strives to enhance the overall financial knowledge of its members. Using various sources, members will facilitate sound investments to help develop skills that can serve as a foundation in the financial world. Members can compete in a simulation, or invest in and manage a real portfolio.
The Mathematics Club is open to all students with an interest in mathematics. The club hosts speakers and views films that deal with interesting topics not covered in class and investigates the various professional opportunities available in the field of mathematics.
The Philosophy Symposium sponsors a series of philosophical dialogues each semester. Topics in recent years have consisted of medical ethics, feminist theory, philosophy of the body, critiques of both films and the stars appearing therein, ethics, race and class issues and environmental philosophy. Symposium is also a forum for students to present and discuss advanced research and writing.
The Physics Club gives students the opportunity to pursue their interest in physics beyond the classroom and promotes an appreciation for and understanding of the physical sciences among members of the Le Moyne community. The club is a chapter of the Society of Physics Students, the student section of the American Institute of Physics.
This group is designed for those students interested in pursuing a career in health, for instance as a physician, dentist or hospital manager.
The goal of the Pre-Law Society is to educate students and faculty alike about the field of law. We hope that students who want to attend law school or enter a career in law will be better prepared to enter this field than they were when they entered Le Moyne College.
Psychology Club / Active Minds
The club allows students to learn about the field of psychology outside of the classroom through films, lectures, panels and interaction with their peers. The club also keeps psychology majors informed about graduate school and career options in the field.
Religious Studies Club
The purpose of this club is to provide all students interested in the academic study of religion(s) with a forum for exploration of common interests, research and professional goals. The club seeks to promote awareness and understanding of religious diversity on campus and in the larger community by bringing together students, teachers and writers of religious studies and theology both intellectually and socially.
The Sociology Club serves the needs of sociology students which are not typically met in formal classroom settings. Many of its activities are career-oriented. Speakers, often Le Moyne graduates, address student concerns regarding careers and preparation for employment. The club sponsors student attendance at professional conferences. And finally, club members organize social activities for students and faculty to meet in a relaxed setting.
The goal of the LMC's Sports Management club is to serve the interest of students that would like to explore working in the sports industry. The club will serve the purpose of keeping interested students aware of opportunities available to them, and networking with past alumni currently working in the sports industry.
Start Up Venture Club provides students with the opportunity to interact with real world start-up, venture-oriented people and local business leaders. The club also provides support that is essential to all individuals interested in the club's community and their start up ventures.
The Le Moyne College Student Veterans Association (also known as the Vet Club) is a network of military veteran students and non-veteran students committed to promoting community service, leadership, and camaraderie. The Association is an active chapter of Student Veterans of America, providing students with increased opportunities for collaboration and professional networking.