Within the context of the OneLeMoyne vision, Student Development is committed to the Ignatian principles grounded within Jesuit education. We invite our students to participate actively in a safe, respectful, diverse and open academic community. We challenge them to grow in mind, body and spirit for the greater good. Hence, students are empowered to develop their unique skills and talents to be critical thinkers, compassionate leaders and contributing citizens in our diverse, ever-changing world.
As educators, we are called to model our mission as mentors engaged in the pursuit of excellence. Our passion for integrative and holistic learning compels us to work collaboratively with the entire campus community.
Through our comprehensive array of innovative programs and services, we provide the environment for students to be able to achieve their full potential.
Student development encompasses residence life, campus security, health and counseling service, campus ministry, food services, judicial affairs, multicultural affairs, student activities and programs, and student senate.
Le Moyne Brings the Renowned Fisk Jubilee Singers® to Syracuse to Benefit The Matt Shaw Fund
Founded in 1871, the Fisk Jubilee Singers have performed at the White House and at venues around the world, earning a number of extraordinary honors. They are from Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., one of the most storied historically black colleges and universities in the U.S.
Opening this special evening will be the Syracuse Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, under the direction of Dr. Joan Hillsman.
Saturday, February 15, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Bethany Baptist Church
149 Beattie Street, Syracuse, NY 13224
Tickets are $20 general public, $10 for students, and a $5 alumni discount is available (when placing orders online or by phone, please use the following code: Singers to receive the alumni discount).
Proceeds from the concert will go to the Matt Shaw Fund, named in honor of Matt Shaw, a 2012 Le Moyne graduate who was killed in a random act of violence just months after commencement. The fund supports student academic enrichment by helping to finance academic travel, professional conferences and other opportunities. For more information, contact Barb Karper at (315) 445-4525.
Deborah Cady Melzer, Ph.D. - Vice President for Student Development
Fran Adams-Executive Assistant
Barbara M. Karper - Assistant Vice President for Campus Activities and Multicultural Affairs
Mark Godleski - Assistant Dean for Student Development
Nina Bette - Senior Clerical Assistant
Office number - 315-445-4525
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location - Second floor of the Campus Center