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Le Moyne’s residence halls are where lifelong friends have their first conversations. Let’s face it: Where you live is a key part of your college experience. It contributes to who you eat dinner with on a random Tuesday night and who goes with you to the movies on a rainy Saturday. The College’s commitment to educating the whole person is especially seen in its dedication to making students’ on-campus residential experience rich, meaningful and fun.
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A co-educational underclass residence hall, housing approximately 200 students. The residents of this hall are predominantly freshmen. Dablon Hall is located on Le Moyne's main quad, and is a five-story brick building with 44,000 gross square feet which was constructed in 1963. This building was renovated in the summer of 2005 to include more attractive rooms, hallways, bathrooms, a main lounge on the first floor, and a small lounge area on every floor.
Features: Study lounge, Ping Pong and pool tables, other recreational equipment.
Located between Nelligan and Dablon Halls, this co-educational upper class residence hall houses approximately 260 students in 40 suites. Each suite holds 5-7 students. Each suite includes 4 double rooms, and a lounge (the corner room is a potential triple). The members of the suite must provide their own suite lounge furniture. The residents of this hall are predominantly juniors with some sophomores and seniors. Built in 1968, Foery Hall is an 80,000 gross square foot brick building.
Features: Large main lounge, TV/VCR with cable, study tables, LSPB office located in basement.
A co-educational, suite style residence hall built in 1970, Harrison Hall houses approximately 260 students in double and single bedrooms. Harrison Hall mainly houses sophomores with some juniors and seniors as well.
Features: Lounges on alternating floors. TV with cable.
In the winter of 1999 the College purchased the Le Moyne Heights Apartments. This two-building apartment complex is located on the corner of Springfield and Thompson Roads directly across from the Physical Plant building. A typical apartment has 2 bedrooms, a living room, 1 1/2 bathrooms, and a kitchen. Some apartments have a balcony as well. The Le Moyne Heights I offer our students another apartment-style living option. There are 18 apartments in the two-building complex most of which are two bedroom apartments. The building on Springfield Road has a gross square footage of 13,068, while the building on Thompson Road is 6,534 gross square feet.
Heights Apartments (II)
The two Le Moyne Heights II buildings were constructed in 2003 with 19 apartments to house 70 students. Half of the apartments, which are accessed from the front of the buildings, are two stories with a full kitchen, two bedrooms, a living room area, a balcony, and two and a half baths. The apartments that are accessed from the back of the buildings are single story including two bedrooms, a full kitchen, living room and two bathrooms. These apartments are the most sought after by the senior class.
Mitchell Hall, formerly known as Loyola Hall, is named after former president Robert Mitchell. This building was constructed in 1957 and originally housed Le Moyne's Jesuit Community. Mitchell Hall houses one floor of residents as well as the Madden School of Business. This residence hall is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Nelligan is Le Moyne's oldest residence hall, constructed in 1955. This building was remodeled in 2000 and it consists of a four story, 39,000 gross square foot brick building, housing 208 students, primarily freshmen. The security office is on the lower level of Nelligan Hall. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of Nelligan do not have traditional dressers. Instead, there are shelving units within the closet areas.
Features: 24-hour computer lab, recreational lounge with multiple flat-screen televisions with gaming hook-ups, security office and automatic teller machine on the lower level
This 44,000 gross square foot, five story brick residence hall houses 210 students (co-educational by floor), who are primarily freshmen. Constructed in 1963, it was the first female residence hall at Le Moyne college. It was renovated in 2002 to include remodeled rooms and classrooms in the first floor for the living learning community. It is located on Salt Springs Road and is connected to Harrison Hall via an enclosed walkway.
Features: Classrooms on the first floor, lounge and study space, kitchen with microwave, movie-theater projection system, pool table and large screen television in lounge
The townhouses are made up of six buildings with four residences in each. Within each residence, there are three floors with three double bedrooms and bathrooms, along with a living room, kitchen and a long term storage space. Many of the Townhouses were remodeled over the summer of 2006 to include new flooring in the kitchen and living room areas. All townhouses are fully furnished. The townhouses are one of the most sought after residences by the upper class students of Le Moyne College.
In the spring of 1999, the College acquired the Le Moyne View Apartments which are adjacent to the campus located near the Performing Arts Center. The Le Moyne View Apartments offer our students apartment style living adjacent to the main campus. Each of the two completely renovated buildings has one and two bedroom suites which have living rooms and kitchen facilities. Le Moyne View has 8 two-bedroom apartments. The two-bedrooms house 3 residents. There are 2 one-bedroom apartments which house 2 residents each. The 2 efficiency apartments include a large room with a separate kitchen, and each accommodates two residents. The bedrooms in all apartments are furnished.
Supporting Our Residential Students
Le Moyne is a residential campus. Students are required to live in campus housing throughout their four years at the college. Research tells us that the more time students spend on campus, the more successful and satisfied they are with their college experience. Peer mentors, known as RAs and professional staff live in each campus residential space and provide 24/7 support for residents. Chaplains-in-residence are also a part of some of the residential communities. These Jesuit priests and members of the Campus Ministry staff provide a greater depth of support as you address personal, spiritual and academic matters. We take pride in the active, engaged and nurturing atmosphere that is campus life at Le Moyne.
Traditional Residential Building:
Double Bedroom (Dablon, Foery, Harrison, Mitchell, Nelligan): $4,510/semester | $9,020/year
Single Bedroom (Foery B-room, Harrison D-and J-rooms, singles in St. Mary's): $5,187/semester |$10,374/year
*Students living in one of the above traditional residential buildings are required to purchase one of the College’s full meal plans. Meal plan options can be found at www.lemoynedining.com
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John Haley, Director of Campus Life and Leadership (315) 445-4520
Ann Bersani, Associate Director of Campus Life and Leadership (315) 445-4520
Sharon VanDeuson, Administrative Assistant (315) 445-4520
Area directors are professional staff members who reside in each of the College's main residence halls. Responsible for supervision of a resident advisor staff, the area director coordinates all day-to-day operations of their respective residence hall. Other responsibilities include assisting in the development of educational, cultural, recreational and social programs; and serving as assistants in other residence life and student development areas.
Jose Portillo, Dablon Hall (315) 445-4519
Matthew Avery, Foery Hall (315) 445-4250
William Donley, Harrison Hall & St. Mary’s Hall (315) 445-4581
Annabelle Lee, Nelligan Hall, (315) 445-4588
Stephen Foster, Townhouses, Heights, View, Mitchell, Houses (315) 445-5457
Rev. Dahlinger, S.J., Dablon Hall
Beth Scanlon, St. Mary's Hall
Rev. Nash, S.J., St. Mary's
Mary Collins, Ph.D., St. Mary's
Rev. Oduke, S.J., Nelligan Hall
Rev. Scully, S.J., Foery Hall
Office of Campus Life & Leadership
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