At Le Moyne we look at success a little differently. It’s not just an outcome. It’s a way of living. It’s not just what you do, but why and for whom. Success means being slightly restless—fulfilled and challenged, absolutely—but always asking, “What else?” It’s setting goals, again and again and again. At Le Moyne success means embracing the unknown, trusting in yourself, and never settling. It’s the tireless, constant pursuit of the best possible version of you.
Engaging all of you: mind, body, and spirit
As a student at Le Moyne, you’ll benefit from small classes and a supportive, close-knit campus community. You’ll be well recognized, not just for who you are, but for who you have the potential to become. Your faculty members, leaders and innovators in their fields, will encourage you to ask questions, think deeply, and look beyond the apparent. In keeping with the College’s Jesuit heritage, you’ll balance academic and ethical insight,and in the process you’ll build the foundation for a rewarding life that engages your mind, body, and spirit.
What makes Le Moyne home
You’ll discover being a Le Moyne student means having options, including more than 80 student clubs from which to choose and a variety of academic, cultural, professional, and social service organizations. You’ll learn that much of what makes the College great, makes it home, takes place away from the lecture hall or the lab; it takes place in the community and around the world. You’ll have the opportunity to conduct original research alongside a faculty mentor, study abroad, gain hands-on professional experience as an intern, and be guided by a caring mentor.
Founded in 1946 by the Society of Jesus, Le Moyne College is a comprehensive institution offering students an outstanding foundation in the liberal arts and sciences along with careful preparation for specific careers. The College cultivates within each of its students a lifelong passion for inquiry through a course of study that is rigorous and centered on the development of the whole person—mind, body, and spirit. Above all, a Le Moyne education emphasizes leadership, service, and a commitment to social justice.
College of Arts and Sciences
Biochemistry, biological sciences, chemistry, communication and film studies, computer science, criminology, economics, education*, engineering**, English, environmental science systems, environmental studies, French, general science, history, mathematics, nursing, peace and global studies, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religious studies, sociology, software applications and system development, Spanish, theatre arts
* Students may pursue a concentration in education leading them to New York State teacher certification.
** Students majoring in biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, environmental science systems, or physics may also pursue a master’s degree in engineering from the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University.
Madden School of Business
Accounting, business analytics, finance, human resource management, information systems, management and leadership, marketing
The College has partnerships and agreements with numerous graduate schools and programs, including the Fordham University School of Law, L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University, and Cornell University School of Hotel Administration.
Opportunities for study abroad include Australia, China, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Scotland, and Spain.
Among the top 15% of colleges and universities in the nation, according to The Princeton Review
90% of recent graduates report being employed or in graduate school within a year of
2,500 full-time undergraduates from 26 states and 36 foreign countries
Each year the College commits more than $37 million to financial aid, and nearly 95% of students receive some form of financial assistance.
Our world-class faculty are leaders and innovators in their fields.
More than 80% of full-time first-year students live on campus.