Le Moyne administrators believe it is important to assist students in the areas of life that occur outside the classroom. Many different services are available to meet students’ needs in areas such as health, welfare, religious and spiritual life, social life, and career planning and placement. Students should become aware of the available services early so they may take full advantage of them.
The process of education takes many shapes. It can range from formal classroom instruction to one-on-one discussion to taking advantage of special services available. All of these aspects fall within the parameters of general academic rules and regulations. Students should take the time to understand these services and policies.
Early Alert System Exchange (EASE)
All employees of the College have the ability to refer students through the EASE resource. This online referral tool allows faculty, administrators and staff to identify students who may be in need of additional support beyond what they can provide in their role on campus. It enables the College to reach out to and support students confidentially at a time when it can be most effective. Typically, students who are referred receive an email asking that they meet with a specific member of the Division of Student Development.
Major GPA below 2.0
In order to receive a bachelor’s degree, students must have at least a 2.0 G.P.A. in their major course of study. Students who have a major G.P.A. below 2.0 will be required to meet with their academic advisor, department chair of their major, or the Assistant Dean for Academic Advising and Engagement. Students who have not improved their major G.P.A. above 2.0 after two semesters will be required to meet with the Assistant Dean for Academic Advising and Engagement. During the meeting, students will develop an action plan which may include ways to improve the student’s G.P.A. in the major, meeting with a representative from the Office of Career Services, or considering a change of major.
After the 8th week of classes, Le Moyne faculty provide students with mid-term grades or deficiencies. First-year students can expect to receive mid-term grades in all of their first-semester courses. This allows them feedback on their academic progress in their course work. Second-semester first-years and upper-division students typically receive mid-term grades only when their performance is deficient (a deficiency is an indicator of being at risk to fail a course). Students can view their mid-term grades using WebAdvisor. For students who have signed a FERPA release, mid-term grades will be mailed to parents.
All students should meet with their academic advisor to discuss their mid-semester grades and identify ways to improve performance in current courses. Students who receive three or more mid-term deficiencies (indicated by a grade of D, F, U, or DEF) will be required to meet with a member of the College’s Center for Academic Advising and Engagement to make a plan to improve your grades.
Please see the current Le Moyne College Catalog for information regarding Academic Programs, policies, the academic calendar and directory information.
Academic Advisement Center
342 Reilly Hall, 445-4624
Faculty members (or other staff as appropriate) are assigned as academic advisors to all Le Moyne students. They advise students regarding degree requirements, majors, minors, grades, academic progress and problems. Students are encouraged to seek guidance from their advisors regularly and, more importantly, to get to know them on a personal level.
Advisement Program – First Year Students
The First-year Advisement Program provides specially selected faculty advisors to students beginning their first year of college at Le Moyne. During the fall semester, first-year students complete a mandatory, one-credit, graded course (AVS 101). Sessions are held weekly to assist students in adjusting to college life. A key component of AVS 101 is the first-year Common Reading Program.
Advisement Program - Departmental
The Departmental Advisement Program provides faculty advisors to upper-division students, transfer students and matriculated part-time students. Each student is advised by the chair of the major or designee in the department. Undeclared upperclass students are advised by the assistant dean for academic advising and engagement. Nonmatriculated part-time students are advised through the Center for Continuing Education (445-4141).
Academic Support Center
First Floor, Library 445-4118 (voice) / 445-4104 (TDD)
Le Moyne students are encouraged to take advantage of the free academic support services offered by the Academic Support Center (ASC). The center, located in the south end of the library’s first floor, is staffed by two full-time professionals, a full-time administrative assistant, two professional writing tutors and skilled peer tutors.
Students can arrange to work with a mathematics, natural sciences, foreign language, economics, philosophy and/or writing peer tutor on a regular or short-term basis. The ASC offers tutoring in more than 25 subjects.
Both individual and group support is available to students interested in strengthening their study skills and learning strategies. Students can set up individual appointments with professionals in the ASC. Writing fellows, who are students trained by the writing department, are available to assist students in WRT 100/101. Students who are interested in becoming a peer tutor should visit the ASC for more information. The ASC office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Peer Tutoring Hours are Monday–Thursday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. / Sunday 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Students are invited to call or stop by the center to schedule a tutoring session or make an appointment with one of the center’s professional staff members.
African-American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American Program (AHANA)
404 Grewen Hall 445-4190
The AHANA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American) Program was established to enable Le Moyne to expand its enrollment of students of color. AHANA students have academic potential but would normally not meet Le Moyne’s criteria for regular admission. AHANA students are required to participate in a structured academic support program which includes a five-week pre-freshman summer program and other forms of academic assistance throughout the year.
Affirmative Action Office
209E Grewen Hall 445-4583
The affirmative action officer provides leadership in the application of local, state and federal guidelines on affirmative action and equal employment opportunity, and interprets policy, conducts investigations and processes formal complaints of discrimination.
Henninger Athletic Center, 445-4450
Le Moyne believes in nurturing the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual aspects of each individual. As a result, Le Moyne has an extensive athletic program incorporating intercollegiate, intramural and club sports, as well as personal fitness and recreational activities. The College facilities are designed to support a wide variety of sports activities and other extracurricular events.
Athletics at Le Moyne College are guided by an athletic advisory board. The board advises the vice president for student development and director of athletics concerning intercollegiate athletics. Faculty, students, administrators and alumni are represented on the board.
Call the sports hotline at 445-4410 to hear recreation center hours, upcoming athletic events, and scores and results for your favorite teams.
Le Moyne College observes the conditions for eligibility stated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC). All of Le Moyne's teams compete in the Northeast-10 Conference. Students on academic probation may not participate in the intercollegiate athletic program. Freshmen are eligible for varsity competition.
Le Moyne sponsors men’s varsity competition in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, golf, swimming and cross-country. Le Moyne sponsors women’s varsity competition in tennis, volleyball, softball, basketball, soccer, swimming, lacrosse, cross-country and golf.
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is made up of one representative from each collegiate team. Its role is to serve as a liaison between the student-athletes and the athletic director. Tim Fenton (445-5478) is the advisor.
Each student is entitled to one free admission to each regular-season home basketball game. To be admitted to home games, students must present their Le Moyne ID card.
An automated teller machine (ATM), operated by Key Bank, is located in the Den.
Le Moyne Plaza, 445-4036
The Le Moyne College Bookstore, open year-round, offers a wide selection of school merchandise, school supplies, residence hall supplies, health and beauty aids, and books for leisure reading. The store also carries all required and recommended textbooks for Le Moyne College courses. The bookstore offers a textbook rental program on select titles, and some titles are available in digital format.
Accepted forms of payments include cash, check with proper ID, any major credit card, Dolphin Dollars and Barnes and Noble gift cards. Store hours may be found at the front door, as well as on the store website or by calling the store.
Second floor, Grewen Hall 445-4350
Inquiries regarding financial matters pertaining to student accounts should be directed to the bursar’s office. The bursar’s office maintains records related to the payment of tuition and fees, disbursements of loan funds and financial aid awards that are credited directly to the student account. The bursar’s office is also responsible for issuing refund checks and for collecting the various deposits, fees and fines that are required by the College.
Le Moyne College provides a standard line up of cable TV channels through Time Warner within each of the residence hall rooms and common lounge areas. Among the cable TV lineup are two channels that provide student event information and recently released movies. Additional premium and digital cable TV services are also available directly through Time Warner. More information can be viewed on the College website by going to www.lemoyne.edu/telecommunications.
Campus Life and Leadership
Second Floor, campus center 445-4520
The Office of Campus Life and Leadership is located in the Campus Center. The Office of Campus Life is responsible for the integrating and managing the College’s residential life program, student activities, student government, student clubs and leadership programming. The campus life program is devoted to providing a vibrant campus environment that supports the needs of both the Le Moyne residential student and those living off campus. Recognizing that students’ co-curricular experiences have a profound impact on their personal and educational development, the campus life program aims to structure varied experiences that facilitate the overall growth of the individual.
Several administrative functions are handled in the Office of Campus Life such as all housing-related matters such as keys, student room assignments, room changes, housing lottery and work orders. The Office of Campus Life also houses the ID card system, manages ticket sales and reservations for student events, vans, equipment and Polney loans.
Panasci Family Chapel 445-4110
The campus ministry office serves the entire College community, from the perspective of faith, regardless of religious affiliation. The professional staff offers a variety of opportunities to experience community, worship, service, faith doing justice and spiritual development. The campus ministry office is open Monday through Friday and Sunday for relaxation, dialogue, inquiry, conversation and counseling.
Catholic worship is available on a daily basis in the Shanahan Chapel and on Sundays in the Madonna della Strada Chapel, both located within Panasci Family Chapel. Catholic devotional activities take place Wednesday evenings. Protestant worship is scheduled for Sunday afternoon and Bible study gatherings occur on Monday evenings. Interfaith and ecumenical services are held on campus throughout the year on various occasions.
Liturgical ministry opportunities are available for those students wishing to be lectors, cantors, musicians, singers and Eucharistic ministers for Sunday Masses. A variety of service opportunities are made available through Campus Ministry throughout the year. Alternative Service Breaks to domestic and international locations are offered several times a year during regularly scheduled school breaks. Campus Ministry also sponsors a variety of consciousness-raising activities to educate the campus community about the many and various social justice issues of our time. Spiritual development is offered through six weekend spiritual retreats
Requests for Posting of Prayers and Death Notices for Members of the College Community
1. As a community that values “personal care” for all its mem¬bers, the College provides the opportunity for faculty, staff and administrators to request campus-wide prayers when they or their families are confronted by serious illness or death. Requests for prayers and death notices may be left at Campus Ministry (445-4110) during office hours or via voice mail outside of office hours.
2. Out of respect for community members and their families’ privacy, it is required that this request be made by the affected member of the college staff or his or her immediate family. Circumstances might require that such a request be passed on to campus ministry by a colleague or friend in which case the explicit permission of the affected individual or family will be required.
3. Campus Ministry will communicate this information to the Col¬lege community through a campus email announcement.
344 Reilly Hall 445-4185
Choosing an appropriate major … identifying possible career paths … obtaining internship experience … developing job search skills … understanding graduate school options … accessing opportunities for employment. These are the important needs of college students that the Office of Career Services supports.
Career services helps students plan for careers after graduation through individual counseling and advisement, group workshops, instructional materials, online and traditional libraries of career-related information, a career guidance software program called Focus and access to alumni career advisors. Students are assisted in developing résumés, refining interviewing skills, gathering employer or graduate school information and implementing a plan for postgraduate pursuits. The office also provides web-based job postings and recruiting programs to assist job seekers.
Students are encouraged to complete an internship during their college career. The career services office works to develop relationships with area companies to facilitate students participation in internships.
Job search advisement, employer information, résumé and interviewing guidance, on-campus recruitment and job listings are available for graduating seniors seeking employment. Similar assistance is available for underclass students seeking summer and part-time positions.
Center for Continuing Education/Summer Sessions
342 Reilly Hall 445-4141
The Center for Continuing Education markets, recruits, advises, registers, orients and services all part-time non-matriculated students at Le Moyne College. Some of the populations serviced through the center are participating in the College’s high school programs, post-baccalaureate students making career changes, students enrolled in certificate programs, visiting students for summer sessions or May- and J-mesters, and students interested in course work for personal or professional development. The Success for Veterans Program, housed in Continuing Education, serves as a one-stop shop for student veterans. Noncredit professional development and personal enrichment courses are offered to the community and alumni. Evening hours are available for working adults by appointment.
442 Reilly Hall 445-4380
The Office of Classroom Services provides audio-visual production and technical assistance to faculty, students, staff and administrators in support of the academic mission of the College.
Services include audio and video recording, duplication or editing, assistance with presentation design, as well as the set-up and tear-down of audio visual equipment in classrooms and event rooms on campus. The staff also provides instruction on the use of the equipment and will assist in classrooms if requested.
Requests for services and use of audio visual equipment must be made at least seven days in advance. Students who wish to borrow equipment for class or club projects must have the signature of a faculty sponsor, and will be approved at the discretion of classroom services. All equipment loaned to students must be returned to the security office by midnight of the day borrowed; no equipment is allowed to be stored in dormitory rooms overnight.
Hours of operation while school is in session are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hours of operation during the summer months are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
LaCasse Dining Center 445-4695, Catering 445-4697, Dolphin Den 445-4699
The LaCasse Dining Center is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. Food may not be removed from the LaCasse Dining Center. Your ID is necessary for board meals, Munch Money purchases and guest passes.
Many different resident plans are offered.
• Carte Blanche Unlimited access to meals, $60.00 per semester in Munch Money, 6 guest passes
• 16 Meal Plan Up to 16 meals per week, $100.00 per semester in Munch Money, 6 guest passes
• 12 Meal Plan Up to 12 meals per week, $75.00 per semester in Munch Money, 0 guest passes
• 8 Meal Plan Up to 8 meals per week, $50.00 per semester in Munch Money, 0 guest passes
There are also Gold options available. See www.lemoynedining.com for more info.
Two nonresident meal plans are available.
• Any 60 Meals, $200.00 in Munch Money
• Any 30 Meals, $200.00 in Munch Money
These plans may be purchased at anytime during the academic year. Changes to meal plans can only be made during the first week of each semester. Meals and munch money carry over from fall semester to spring semester, but not from year to year. Munch Money is available for purchasing items at all food service facilities.
The Dolphin Den is open seven days a week. Located in Grewen Hall, the Den is the campus retail facility that serves a variety of soups, salads, deli sandwiches and grilled items.
The Café is located on the first floor of Grewen Hall. Specialty coffee drinks and desserts are available.
The C-Store is located on the first floor of Grewen Hall and features Good-To-Go sandwiches, salads, snacks and beverages.
Disability Support Services
Noreen Reale Falcone Library, 445-4118
The Academic Support Center also arranges academic accommodations for students eligible for assistance under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the American Disabilities Act of 1990. Students with physical, learning or emotional disabilities are encouraged to contact Roger Purdy, director of disability support services, as soon as possible in order to ensure that academic accommodations can be made in a timely manner. Students with temporary disabilities acquired as a result of illness or injury, who need academic accommodations, are also served by the ASC. Written documentation of a disability or temporary disability is required before academic accommodations are implemented. Non-academic services for students with disabilities are coordinated by Barbara Karper, assistant vice president for student development, in the Office of Student Development (445-4526).
Each student, upon enrolling, is issued an email account with an address in the stu.lemoyne.edu domain. This email account is the official email address to which the College will send email communications. This official address will be recorded in the College’s electronic directories and records for that student. Contact the IT Help desk at 445-4579 with questions regarding your email account.
Third floor, Grewen Hall 445-4400
The Office of Financial Aid processes financial aid for undergraduate and graduate students. Any questions regarding Le Moyne grants and scholarships, federal and state grants, on-campus employment or federal loans may be answered by stopping in, calling or sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heights Alert - Emergency Notification System/Blue Light Emergency Telephones
As a part of the College’s campus security system, Blue Light Emergency Telephones, are located at several sites across the campus. When activated, they will provide direct access to the Le Moyne College Security Office. Also available to all students, faculty and staff is an emergency notification system referred to as Heights Alert. Students can opt-in or out of this service at any time. It is a free service and everyone is strongly encouraged to enroll. In the event of a true campus emergency, Heights Alert will send a text message to personal cell phones and/or email addresses. Details of Heights Alert and the enrollment process can be viewed by going to echo.lemoyne.edu/LMCAlert.
Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
404 Grewen Hall 445-4190
Designed to assist students from educationally under-prepared and economically disadvantaged circumstances, HEOP provides its students with both financial and academic assistance to facilitate their success at Le Moyne. The academic support services program includes a five-week summer session for pre-freshmen as well as special skill-development courses during the regular academic year. Students in the program may also avail themselves of the group or individual tutoring sessions. In addition, the program attempts to provide its students with counseling and academic advisement sufficient to meet their personal needs.
Higher Education Preparation Program/Upward Bound Program (HEPP/UBP)
Romero Hall 445-4532
The goal of the Le Moyne College Upward Bound Program is to generate in participants the skills and motivation necessary for success in education beyond high school. Services include instruction in reading, writing, study skills, mathematics and other core curriculum areas; academic advice and assistance in high school course selection; tutorial services; exposure to cultural events and academic programs; career counseling; on-campus residential programs; and programs and activities designed for individuals with limited proficiency in English.
Any student who is proven to be eligible may apply. Eligible students must be residents of the City of Syracuse, have completed eighth grade but not have entered 11th grade, and must be between the ages of 13 and 19.
The Campus Life and Leadership Office issues the Dolphin Card / Student ID card. This card is used for meals, building access and library use. Over time, the cards can become worn, damaged, or unreadable. Cards damaged due to normal or reasonable wear and tear will be replaced at no cost to the cardholder as long as you bring back the old card for replacement. The Campus Life and Leadership Office reserves the right to assess a $5 replacement fee for replacement of a card that is damaged due to neglect, misuse, or improper care, at the office’s determination and discretion.
The fee to replace a lost card is $5. Temporary cards can be obtained from the Security Office outside of normal business hours. Temporary cards are not issued between 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Students are expected to pay for a new card at the Campus Life and Leadership office during regular business hours.
18 Mitchell Hall, 445-4565
Le Moyne College provides the College community with a wide variety of computing resources for instruction, research, administrative and other uses related to its academic mission. Campus residence halls provide network connectivity to many computing resources through student-owned computers. Additionally, computing labs – containing Windows and/or Macintosh systems and laser printers – are located throughout the campus for instructional software delivery and academic computing. All locations have high speed access to the Internet.
Library, Noreen Reale Falcone Library
445-4330, Circulation desk 445-4325
The Noreen Reale Falcone Library serves the research needs of the Le Moyne community. The library homepage provides access to research materials in all disciplines, in a variety of formats. Users can seek reference assistance via email; in a live, virtual chat; by phone; or in person. Faculty can request library instruction to support a course or specific assignment. In addition to traditional interlibrary loan nationwide, the library is also part of the ConnectNY consortium, which provides quick access to15 other New York academic library collections. Several different library rooms are available for reservation by campus or community members, including the Muserlian Instructional Lab, the Bernat Special Events Room and numerous study rooms. A wireless network provides access for users of laptop computers and mobile devices. In addition to 316 database subscriptions, the library currently houses over 225,297 volumes, 22,094 e-books, 2,149 print journals, 148,391 e-journals, 3,054 graphic materials, 2,684 sound recordings and 7,100 video recordings.
Wilson Art Gallery
The Wilson Art Gallery is housed on the first floor of the library, and is operated by a committee consisting of faculty, administrators and students.
Throughout the year, it sponsors six exhibits of the work of local, regional and national artists, concluding with the annual Student Art Show in April.
Second floor, Campus Center 445-4525 / 445-4520
The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides a broad range of programs and activities designed to expand and enhance opportunities for success and achievement for students of color.
In addition to programs of general interest, cultural programs and lectures that focus on Native American, African-American, Asian-American and Latino-American life are presented throughout the academic year. In addition, the office also supports an array of new curriculum, instructional materials, media and pedagogical methods that reflect contemporary scholarly information that deals with key issues of race, ethnic studies, gender and cultural pluralism.
Division of Student Development
Second Floor, Campus Center 445-4525
In an effort to contribute to the development of the student as a whole person, the staff of the Division of Student Development, works with students in a wide variety of ways, primarily in the areas of the student’s life outside the classroom.
The vice president for student development is the College’s senior student development administrator and is responsible for the coordination of the following service areas: campus life, security, student discipline, counseling, health services, service learning, event management, dining services and campus ministry.
The assistant vice president for student development coordinates major events such as orientation and family weekend, facilitates faculty programming, multicultural affairs, advises cultural organizations, and oversees food service and event planning on campus.
The assistant dean for student development manages student discipline, oversees campus life and service learning, assists commuter students, and is the liaison between the campus and the surrounding community. The assistant dean is also responsible for assisting students with personal and academic issues in order for them to succeed at the College.
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.
Polney Social and Recreational Loans
The Rev. N. James Polney, a retired United Methodist minister, established this loan fund in 1961 for the exclusive use of Le Moyne students who find themselves temporarily short of spending money for social and recreational purposes. The fund is administered by the Campus Life and Leadership Office. The rules established for the use of this fund are available in the Office of Campus Life and Leadership.
Springfield Road 445-4500
The physical plant is located near the athletic center. The director and the staff are responsible for all maintenance, repairs and improvements to the buildings on campus and for the maintenance and upkeep of college-owned grounds. Students can submit non-emergency work orders online at myschoolbuilding.com. Students should contact Physical Plant (445-4500) between the hours of 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and Campus Security (during non-business hours) for any work orders requiring immediate attention..
Recreation Center, 445-4411
Le Moyne’s recreation center, a 47,000-square-foot facility, is connected to the campus side of the Thomas J. Niland Jr. Athletic Complex. Designed primarily for intramurals, recreational use and personal fitness activities, the facility is one of the most modern small-college recreation centers in the Northeast. It houses a 25-yard, competition-size swimming pool, a large fitness center and weight room, a large (three-court size) multi-purpose gym area, an elevated jogging track, four racquetball courts and athletic offices.
The recreation center provides a wide variety of recreational and fitness outlets for students and staff. A broad range of inter- and intra-dorm programs is available to enhance the overall quality of recreational activity on the campus. Hours of operation and policies for use of the recreation center are posted and available at the beginning of each semester. The recreation center phone number is 445-4257.
Club sports at Le Moyne offer students the opportunity to participate in activities that interest them with others who have a comparable level of skill. Le Moyne feels strongly that club sports are an important part of the entire athletic picture. All of our teams are provided qualified coaches, practice facilities, equipment and transportation. Club sports include men’s and women’s rugby, field hockey and ice hockey. Contact person: David Willard (445-4257).
High participation in intramurals has long been a tradition at Le Moyne. Between 50 percent and 60 percent of the students take part in a variety of activities. Student leadership in officiating, establishing rules, and guidelines and supervision is a major factor in the success of the intramural programs. Major sports offered include football, basketball, soccer, coed volleyball, coed wallyball, coed indoor soccer, softball and coed softball. Students are encouraged to suggest and promote new activities. If you are interested in participating in intramural sports at Le Moyne College, visit the athletics department website for all the updated information (www.lemoyne.edu/athletics). Contact person: David Willard (445-4257).
Use of the Athletic Center, Recreation Center
The following rules have been established for the use of the recreation center:
1. All Le Moyne College students, employees and alumni, upon presentation of a valid ID card, retain the privileges to use the facilities during designated hours.
2. Each user must show his/her ID card at the entrance. Le Moyne IDs are not transferable to another individual for any reason. It is the responsibility of the card holder to retain the card while using the facility. The control room is not responsible for ID cards, keys or any other personal belongings.
3. Members must sign in a guest at the information desk before entering the facility. Guests are not allowed to use the facility unless the membership holder is present.
4. All dependents under 18 years of age must be accompanied by their parent/guardian membership holder at all times.
5. The College is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
6. The College assumes no responsibility for injuries resulting from use of the recreation center.
7. It is the responsibility of the user to be aware of and to follow all posted and written regulations governing the use of various facility areas.
8. No food or drink is allowed outside the lounge/snack area.
9. No street shoes or black-soled shoes are permitted in any activity areas.
10. Equipment must be used properly and only in the appropriate areas.
11. You must supply your own towels and soap.
12. Obscene language and obnoxious behavior will not be tolerated. Le Moyne reserves the right to expel or prohibit persons or groups from using any area of the facility when their behavior is deemed inappropriate.
13. Users of lockers must provide their own locks. There is no overnight use of lockers. Locks left on lockers will be removed.
14. Pool wear is required when using the pool. A soap shower is required before swimming.
15. Any person not in possession of a valid Le Moyne College ID or membership ID will not be allowed access to the facility. Pay per use for nonmembers is not available.
16. There is a $5 replacement fee for any membership card that has been lost, stolen or damaged.
The College reserves the right to change or add regulations as deemed necessary. Therefore, all rules regarding the use of the facilities may not be contained in this list; however, each student is expected to be aware of all existing rules and is expected to comply with them.
Second floor, Grewen Hall 445-4456
The primary function of the Office of the Registrar is to maintain accurate academic records of all students registered in the College and to organize and facilitate registration activity. This includes timely grade recording, comprehensive grade reporting, transcript maintenance and course scheduling.
The Office of the Registrar is service oriented, committed to meeting the needs of the students and the rest of the College community. Our services to students include: enrollment verifications, posting transfer credit, transcript requests, senior degree audits, degree conferral and diplomas.
The Office of the Registrar ensures the privacy and security of all student records. In compliance with the Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the College will not release grades over the phone or via email. A student may have access to his or her records with proper identification. All requests for transcripts must be in writing. A student may request an official transcript by writing to:
The Office of the Registrar Le Moyne College 1419 Salt Spring Road Syracuse, NY 13214-1301 or by fax (315) 445-4752
The cost of a transcript is $5.00 per copy. In accordance with College policy, the registrar’s office will not release transcripts and diplomas of students with an outstanding financial obligation to the College.
Further information regarding our services may be obtained by visiting our website at www.lemoyne.edu/registrar.
Basement, Nelligan Hall 445-4444
The primary function of the security office is to offer an environment conducive to personal and academic development for students, staff and faculty through service and prevention. The office strives to achieve these goals through conspicuous and covert patrol, ethical and professional investigative procedures, education of the public and constant training of department personnel. The office is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
342 Reilly Hall 445-5438
The director of service learning serves as a liaison between Le Moyne College and nonprofit organizations in Syracuse for both service learning course placements and volunteer service opportunities. The director works with interested faculty to support and/or develop service-learning courses and appropriate placements. The director serves as a resource for other departments that are interested in promoting service opportunities.
Through Projects in Community ( P.I.C.), Le Moyne College students serve the Syracuse area in a variety of programs on an ongoing basis as well as participate in a number of “one-shot” opportunities throughout the year. The office also serves as a resource for community agencies that are looking for volunteers as well as other student organizations that are looking for volunteer opportunities. Work-study placements in the Syracuse community are coordinated through this office.
Basement, Nelligan Hall 445-4444
The campus shuttle service travels throughout campus transporting students to and from College-owned properties. The shuttle runs each evening from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. The van starts at the top and bottom of each hour from Harrison/St. Mary’s. Look for shuttle information in the lobby of all residence halls or online. Call the security office at 445-4444 for additional information
Personal cellular telephones are commonly used on campus for students to connect to family and friends. Telephone service is not available within the residence hall rooms or suites, so all students are encouraged to bring and use their personal cell phones. Emergency telephones have been provided within the residence halls and suites to contact the Le Moyne College Security Office (x4444), or for direct 911 dialing.
Wellness Center for Health and Counseling
Seton Hall 445-4195 / Romero Hall 445-4440
Health Services is open to all students. It is located in Seton Hall and is staffed by registered nurses 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday when school is in session. Medical coverage includes a physician and a physician assistant, one of whom is on campus for part of every day. Referrals to specialists off-campus, such as dental, x-ray, physical therapy and allergy injections, can be arranged through the health services office.
Health Services offers medical care, including emergency first-aid, treatment for injuries and illnesses, medical and nursing consultations and health-related counseling, laboratory tests and other diagnostic procedures ordered by the College’s physician or the student’s private physician. Off-campus consultations such as X-rays, dental, physical therapy and other referrals may be arranged through this service.
College life can be quite stressful at times. Concerns can arise about academics, relationships, family, mental health issues and sometimes just overall emotional well-being. It is a sign of intelligence and courage to recognize when you may need help, and it is also the first step in solving any difficulty.
To support students in building resiliency and finding healthy and productive ways to address their concerns, the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling, located in Romero Hall, offers:
• Our Web page www.lemoyne.edu/wellness, where there is information about the center, our services, our staff and various common concerns of college students.
• Individual counseling, by calling (315) 445-4195 to make an appointment, or on a walk-in basis as available.
• Special events and programming related to prevention, stress management and student wellness.
• Substance abuse issues and concerns are also addressed at the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling. Assessment, individual counseling, support and educational groups are available.
• Brochures, books, CDs and DVDs are available.
• Consultation with students, parents, faculty and staff.
Health care professionals from the Wellness Center may develop and oversee a range of integrated services for students with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, compulsive overeating, over-exercising and body image concerns.
For specific information consult www.lemoyne.edu/wellness, call (315) 445-4195, or visit the center in Romero Hall (across from the health office in Seton Hall). Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., during the academic year. In an emergency after hours, call Campus Security at (315) 445-4444.