Le Moyne College has an enrollment of approximately 2,300 undergraduate students and 800 students pursuing graduate work.
Le Moyne College is a diverse learning community that strives for academic excellence in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition through its comprehensive programs rooted in the liberal arts and sciences. Its emphasis is on education of the whole person and on the search for meaning and value as integral parts of the intellectual life. Le Moyne College seeks to prepare its members for leadership and service in their personal and professional lives to promote a more just society.
Le Moyne offers more than 700 courses leading to Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees in over 30 different majors. Le Moyne also provides courses of study leading to a master’s in business administration, education, nursing or physician assistant studies, as well as a variety of offerings through the Center for Continuing Education.
Le Moyne is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and fields a total of 16 interscholastic teams. Men’s baseball and women’s lacrosse are Division I teams. Le Moyne’s other 14 teams are Division II and compete in the Northeast-10 Athletic Conference. Students also participate in a wide variety of intramural and club sports.
Le Moyne employs approximately 230 faculty. It maintains a 13:1 ratio of students to faculty, fostering personal attention to the individual student.
Service learning is an integral component of Le Moyne's tradition of Jesuit education. Through courses designed to integrate learning and service, as well as national and international service opportunities, students are prepared for leadership and service in their roles as students and graduates.
A Le Moyne education provides you with the intellectual skills necessary to succeed in the world and, beyond that, the ethical insight to use those skills to promote a more just society. The Jesuit approach to education is characterized by a passion for academic excellence in a faith context and a commitment to using knowledge to serve others.
Catholicism in the Jesuit tradition enriches every aspect of campus life. From chapel liturgies to classroom discussions and from hospice work to impromptu get-togethers after services, the spiritual experience flourishes among Le Moyne students of all faiths. Students participate in a broad range of service opportunities through Campus Ministry – spiritual retreats, alternative break service trips, local volunteer efforts, and projects through groups such as Habitat for Humanity and Amnesty International. And, to Le Moyne students, the Jesuit priests who live on campus are not only teachers, advisors, and administrators, but the living embodiment of the College’s commitment to service and leadership.
Estimated expenses for the average undergraduate student for the academic year:
*Although students will not be billed by the College for these expenses, these figures provide a general guideline in determining expenses and are used to compute need for financial aid packages.
Syracuse is centrally located in the northeast U.S., with reasonable drives to many major northeast cities. Distances and driving times to Le Moyne College: