Some things last the test of time. That includes the rich, 500-year-old Jesuit heritage upon which the College was founded.
What’s the best way to learn about life at Le Moyne? Explore, investigate and discover our beautiful campus for yourself.
Submit your application for undergraduate, graduate or continuing education programs today.
Put your mind to work – for yourself, for your future, and for your world.
Everything you experience teaches you something about yourself and the world around you. Savor as many as possible.
Your gift to Le Moyne today is an investment in countless tomorrows.
The Sanzone Center For Catholic Studies and Theological Reflection works to deepen the community's knowledge and understanding of the Catholic, theological tradition; contribute to the continual development of that tradition; and facilitate interdisciplinary inquiry regarding Catholic theology. Regular events welcome students, faculty, staff, and community members into a dialogue about the Catholic tradition; past, present and future.
The Hildegard Workshop
Creativity, the Arts, and Spiritual Reflection is a yearly event that moves beyond (but may includes elements of) the lecture format that addresses of spirituality, theology, and Catholic identity through the medium of the creative arts.
Members of the Le Moyne community joined their peers from Jesuit colleges and universities around the world in commemorating the 25th anniversary of the murder of six Jesuits at the Universidad Centroamericana in El Salvador. The men, along with their housekeeper and her daughter, were killed by members of the Salvadoran Army during the nation’s civil war.
"This event was an opportunity for Le Moyne students to become activists, to take part in a larger cause, and it was immensely gratifying to see so many of our students dedicate their time and energies to this,” said Tanner, who likened it to protests of the war in Vietnam in the 1960s and 70s. “It is important for all of our students to understand that by getting involved, they can make a difference.”
Following the Nov. 24 announcement about the grand jury's decision not to indict the officer involved with the shooting in Ferguson, Mo., several student clubs -- including Amnesty, Sociology, Bond, POWER and Alpha Sigma Nu -- led a campus-wide vigil in support of the people of Ferguson.
Le Moyne is committed to maintaining a safe campus environment. For information about Title IX and assault resources, click below.Learn More