In the Community

What’s the best way to become a compassionate leader in an increasingly global community? Go out and experience it first-hand.

We define community in broad, inclusive terms. It means the spaces around us, as well as those yet to be explored. It means cleaning up local parks, serving at soup kitchens or shelters, as well as developing creative solutions that create effective change throughout the world. It means caring for those close to us, as well as those who live lives vastly different from our own.


Dolphins in Action
Le Moyne Students in the Community
Seeing the World by Closing our Eyes

Le Moyne students are helping teenagers living with visual impairments make the transition from high school to college.

Le Moyne Students with Fire Department
New Heights

Special education students from East Syracuse-Minoa High School are making new friends and gaining valuable life skills through the New Heights program housed on Le Moyne’s campus.

Le Moyne Student Speaking at Event
Dolphin. Leader. American.

Hamza Elhabbal '19 has found a home on the Heights – and in the U.S. A native of Cairo, Egypt, Hamza recently became a U.S. citizen.

Le Moyne Student in the Community
Honor Flight

Le Moyne nursing students embark on a journey to Washington, DC to bring WWII Veterans to see the monuments built in their honor.

Le Moyne Students Giving to the Community
Finding the Step Up Moment

Kate Waltman ‘13, MBA ‘16 is helping some of Syracuse’s poorest residents take care of their physical health while also building a sense of community.

A Winning Effort
A Tiny Home for Good

Andrew Lunetta, who cultivated an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for social justice during his time at Le Moyne, is the founder of A Tiny Home for Good, a non-profit that provides affordable housing for those most in need.

"Through that lens – that Jesuit lens instilled in me as a Le Moyne student – I can see God in our work." - Tim Olmstead ’06, major and planned giving officer, Catholic Medical Mission Board