Academic Advising & Support

Within the Division of Student Development, Le Moyne’s academic advisement is a mission-driven program that links the coordination of the academic advising needs of students with support for faculty in their roles as academic advisors and mentors. To support this mission, the College’s Academic Advising Committee, made up of faculty and administrators, has designed a developmental advising program that encourages a close working relationship between advisor and advisee throughout a student’s time at Le Moyne.



The Center for Academic Advising and Engagement

With a professional academic advising team led by the Assistant Dean for Academic Advising and Engagement, the Center supports students through comprehensive advising programs tailored to the needs of students at distinct developmental stages, including programs for first-year and transfer students and students who have not declared a major, as well as comprehensive orientation programs¸ a first-year advisement program, tutoring and writing assistance, residential and curricular learning communities, international student advising and pre-professional advising (pre-health and pre-law).


The Center’s purpose is to help Le Moyne students succeed in college by providing them with services and support that allow them to create meaningful connections with peers and faculty within and outside the classroom while enhancing their intellectual, social, and personal development. The Center for Academic Advising and Support is located in 342 Reilly Hall. Inquiries about academic accommodations for students with disabilities can be directed to the Office of Disability Support Services, located on the first floor of the Noreen Reale Falcone Library.

Meet Our Team

The Center for Academic Advising and Engagement

Reilly Hall Room 342

Student Outreach
The Advisor/Advisee Relationship


First Year Advisement Program
Academic Support Center
Disability Support Services
Learning Communities
International Student Advisement
Other Types of Advisement