Welcome to “The Heights”!

“The Heights” – Le Moyne’s 160-acre suburban campus – sits in the gently rolling hills of Syracuse’s east side. Visit us in the fall, and you’ll remark on the foliage. In the spring, the flowers. In the winter, the snow. And in the summer, the complete excitement for the new students to arrive. Travel to the Heights and take a tour in any way you choose – at an official admission event, an accepted student reception, a one-on-one appointment or even virtually. Stay for an interview, lunch or even the night.

Within easy driving distance of Boston, Cleveland, New York City, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., we’re happy to see you anytime.

See How You Can Find a Home on the Heights

You’ll find no shortage of places to explore around the Heights.

Admission Events & Tours

Whether you’re a prospective first-year, transfer or graduate student, we’ve got a tour for you.

Preview Campus with a Virtual Tour

Take a deep dive with a 360-degree view of our premier facilities.

“My favorite tour question I receive is regarding what my favorite class has been during my time at Le Moyne. This allows me to express how rich and diverse the academic programs are at Le Moyne. My favorite class has been my COR 100 class with Dr. Cromley on Classical Greek literature. It’s been an amazing experience to still have immense interest in the biological and chemical sciences but have a curriculum that allows me to develop interests in other fields such as classical literature.”

Anthony ‘23 Biology Major, 4+2 Direct Entry PA Program


The people at Le Moyne are on the next level. Every person who bears the Le Moyne name, that includes our administrative staff, our professors, maintenance staff, food staff, and students, is one of the nicest people I’ve met, and unmatched by any other school.”

Taylor Elie '22

Questions? Let’s get in touch.

Grewen Hall

Office of Admission

Grewen Hall 323

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