The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) is a collaboration between the New York State Education Department and Le Moyne College. HEOP provides broad and varied educational experiences to capable students who, due to academic underpreparation and limited financial resources, might not have an opportunity to attend college. The program provides academic support services, counseling, and financial aid to enable students to successfully complete their program of study at Le Moyne. HEOP is open to New York State residents only.
The African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American (AHANA) Program is a Le Moyne-sponsored program for in-state and out of state students who demonstrate academic ability and potential for collegiate success. AHANA is a reflection of Le Moyne's Jesuit principles, demonstrating its interest in and commitment to diversity and inclusion by expanding its student body to include the rich ethnic/racial and economic diversity of our society. The program provides academic support, counseling, advising services and opportunities for leadership and professional development. AHANA students are also required to participate in a Pre-Freshman Summer Program. Financial assistance is based on need as reflected on the student's FAFSA application and Le Moyne College financial aid form.
HEOP and AHANA Office
Reilly Hall Room 344
315-445-4190 or 1-800-333-4733