Le Moyne College

Opportunity Programs

HEOP

The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) at Le Moyne College is a special program designed to provide broad and varied educational experiences to capable students who, due to academic underpreparation and limited financial resources, might otherwise not have an opportunity to attend college. The program provides academic supportive services, counseling, and financial aid to enable them to successfully complete their program of study at Le Moyne.

HEOP Program Offices
Grewen Hall Room 404A
315-445-4190 or 1-800-333-4733
 thomasca@lemoyne.edu
or caineyp@lemoyne.edu

 

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AHANA

The AHANA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American) Program was established to enable Le Moyne to expand its enrollment of students of color.

The students admitted to this program fit the general profile of HEOP students:

•    High-school average between 80 and 90, preferably Regents courses
•    Four years of English
•    A minimum of two years of mathematics
•    One year of science
•    Combined SAT scores between 750 and 1000
•    Class rank in the upper two-thirds of the graduating class

Under normal circumstances, AHANA students would not be accepted through regular admission. In general these students have potential but can improve their chances of success with additional academic support. In addition, some of these students are not eligible for HEOP consideration because they are not residents of New York State.

AHANA Program Offices
Grewen Hall Room 404A
315-445-4190 or 1-800-333-4733
 thomasca@lemoyne.edu
or caineyp@lemoyne.edu

 

1419 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse, NY 13214   ·   (800) 333-4733   ·   (315) 445-4100