Le Moyne College is a private Jesuit college founded in 1946, currently enrolling over 3,500 undergraduate and graduate students. The College offers a broad foundation in the liberal arts and sciences as well as preparation for specific career paths. Cultivating the lifelong inquiry and compassionate intelligence in students through a rigorous, values-based approach to education and care for the whole person, Le Moyne emphasizes leadership, service, and a commitment to justice.
Learning, leadership, and service are the hallmarks of a Le Moyne College education. Those values are evident in the College’s undergraduate majors in 30 areas of study, as well as its pre-professional studies and graduate programs in business administration, education, nursing, and physician assistant studies. Whatever field they choose to pursue, Le Moyne graduates are prepared to use their knowledge in a life of leadership and active service to others.
Its dedicated, caring faculty further strengthen Le Moyne’s rigorous academic programs through a new core curriculum integrating instruction in fields traditionally associated with liberal arts, including history and philosophy, with critical skills like math and writing. With approximately 160 full-time faculty members, the College has a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, which reflects its personal approach to education.
For Le Moyne students, though, learning extends beyond the classroom. Within a variety of settings, they are engaged in opportunities that will help support their professional growth and promote solid citizenship.
Students serve in internships with prominent businesses such as IBM and Bristol-Myers Squibb; benefit from study abroad experiences in locations such as Australia, China, and Spain; and participate in service opportunities within the community. Le Moyne students have conducted laboratory research on DNA, worked for a member of the Irish Parliament, and traveled to a rural school in Cape Town, South Africa, as part of an Alternative Break to help others.
In addition, the Center for Peace and Global Studies at Le Moyne links the educational process with ethics, values, and globalization through classroom dialogue and community and academic forums. The Madden School of Business bridges the gap between industry and education by bringing various speakers to campus. The Sanzone Center for Catholic Studies and Theological Reflection seeks to improve the community’s understanding of faith through the variety of events and activities it sponsors.
Meaningful academic and service learning experiences at Le Moyne are supplemented by a variety of extracurricular opportunities. With more than 70 clubs and organizations on campus, students are sure to find an activity that interests them while forming friendships that will last a lifetime. Its picturesque 160-acre campus—including an athletic center, performing arts center, and campus center—in the heart of Central New York enhances Le Moyne’s outstanding programs.
2,400 undergraduates from 33 states and 35 foreign countries; more than 80% live on campus.
160-acre suburban campus in Syracuse, New York, the heart of the state; convenient to major Northeast cities, New England, and Canada
13:1 (average class size: 20)
159 full time; 94% hold the highest degree in their field.
Le Moyne has been nationally recognized by The Princeton Review and U.S.News & World Report for academic excellence and value.
93% of alumni report getting a job or into graduate school within one year of graduation.
Generous academic scholarship program; over 90% of Le Moyne students receive some type of financial assistance.
Founded in 1946 by the Society of Jesus; first Jesuit college in the world to open co-ed
Le Moyne sponsors 21 Division II (Northeast 10) varsity teams. Men compete in baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, indoor/outdoor track, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, and tennis. Women compete in basketball, cross-country, golf, indoor/outdoor track, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, and volleyball.
• Biological Sciences
• Business Analytics
• Communication and Film Studies
• Computer Science
• Environmental Science Systems
• Environmental Studies
• General Science
• Human Resource Management
• Information Systems
• Management and Leadership
• Peace and Global Studies
• Political Science
• Religious Studies
• Software Applications and System
• Visual and Performing Arts
• Actuarial Science
• Advanced Writing
• Arts Administration
• Business Administration
• Catholic Studies
• Classical Humanities
• Creative Writing
• Gender and Women’s Studies
• Health Information Systems
• Human Resource Management
• Human Services
• Information Systems
• International Affairs
• Irish Literature
• Law Enforcement
• Legal Studies
• Management Information Systems
• Medieval Studies
• Molecular Biology
• Public Relations
• Pure Mathematics
• Research and Theory
• Sports Marketing
• Theatre Arts
• Urban and Regional Studies
• Visual Arts
* Minors available in most major programs
• Five-Year Accounting/M.B.A.
• Affiliated 3-2 Engineering
• Affiliated 3-3 Doctor in Physical Therapy
• Affiliated 3-4 Dentistry
• Affiliated 3-3 Law
• Affiliated 3-4 Optometry
• Affiliated 3-4 Podiatry
• Bachelor’s/Master’s in Engineering
• Direct Entry 3+2 B.S./M.S. Physician Assistant
• Early Assurance Dental
• Early Assurance Medical
- Dual Childhood/Special Ed. (1-6)
- Adolescent Ed. (7-12)
- Dual Adolescent/Special Ed. (7-12)
- TESOL (PreK-12)
- Five-Year B.A./M.S.T. in English
- Five-Year B.A./M.S.T. in History
• Pre-veterinary Medicine
Opportunities for study abroad may include Australia, China, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Scotland, and Spain.