Accepted Graduate Students


Congratulations on your admission to Le Moyne! No matter what graduate program you’re considering – clinical mental health counseling, education, executive leadership, MBA, information systems, nursing, physician assistant studies, or occupational therapy – we are ready to welcome you to the Heights!

Made the Decision to Become a Dolphin? Secure your spot today.

Welcome to the Heights!

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you make your decision about Le Moyne.

Consider Funding for Managing Costs

File your FAFSA (domestic students only) online using Le Moyne’s code: 002748. Notification of financial aid awards will be mailed to your home. Explore graduate funding opportunities at Le Moyne per program. If you are looking to take advantage of the college payment plan, contact the Office of the Bursar.

Visit Campus or Follow Up With Admissions

Consider visiting campus again as you make your final decision. Follow up with the Office of Graduate Admission at 315-445-4300 if you have any additional questions.

Submit Your Deposit

To make your commitment to Le Moyne, submit your deposit and start taking the next steps.

Checklist Before Your Program Begins:

By using Le Moyne’s portal or Echo, complete the following steps. Your login is the same username/password as your college email.

  • Review your contact information and let admissions know of any changes.
  • Create your college email account – watch for instructions a couple of months before you begin.
  • Complete mandatory health forms – Le Moyne and NYS Public Health Law requires you to complete the College’s health report and supply it in the Dolphin Health Portal.
  • Request your student ID card through Echo.
  • Purchase a Parking Permit* online at the Campus Security website. You will need to have your vehicle registration, student ID# and credit card available when registering online to ensure accurate information.

*If you are enrolled in the MS Occupational Therapy Program, you should not request a parking permit at this time as you will be provided unique instructions for the downtown campus lot. Please await specific instructions on this process.

If you have program-specific questions, check out your program’s website where you can find curriculum information, faculty introductions and program-specific details.

Final Tips Before You Begin Classes:

  1. Make sure you’ve registered for classes.
    You’ll hear directly from your program of study about when you should register for classes and what you’ll need to take.
  2. Make sure your bill is paid.
    You can view and pay your bill online through Phinfo. Contact the Bursar Office with questions about payment plans, fees and due dates.
  3. Make sure you’ve purchased all the materials for your classes.
    You can search for your class materials on the Barnes & Noble bookstore site to make sure you have everything you need for class.

Questions? Let’s get in touch.

Grewen Hall

Office of Graduate Admission

Grewen Hall 324