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Le Moyne offers students an exceptional educational experience chracterized by its foundation in the liberal arts, its commitment to excellence and its faculty, who are wholly invested in their roles as teachers, mentors, and advisors. Click Learn with Us below to find out more, or browse specific areas on the left.
A Le Moyne education invites students to live lives of service, faith, intellect, and integrity.
A Jesuit education is not simply about reading from a textbook or researching information online.
Le Moyne is the second youngest of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.
More than just the members of the Society of Jesus, our Jesuit community extends to all corners of our campus.
Some things last the test of time. That includes the rich, 500-year-old Jesuit heritage upon which the College was founded.
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From its humble 1946 beginnings in a converted storefront in downtown Syracuse to a modern 36-building campus that overlooks the eastern suburbs, Le Moyne's growth and expansion is impressive. Learn more
With the original GI Bill serving as the catalyst, the Class of 1951 – Le Moyne's first – have quite a story to tell as they remember what it was like on the Heights in those early years. Watch video
Members of the Le Moyne community gathered in solidarity with the citizens of Ferguson, Mo.
Students and faculty join 400,000 others from around the world to rally for the planet.
Celebrating the lives of the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador, 25 years later.
Much more than the members of the Society of Jesus, Le Moyne's Jesuit "community" includes our faculty and administrators, who are committed to the ideals and tenets that St. Ignatius of Loyola set forth when he established the order in 1534. Learn more...
Learn all about the first Jesuit Pope in history including full details on his upcoming trip to the US and coverage of his encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si', Learn more
Meet the Jesuit community residing at Le Moyne College. Meet the Jesuit Community
Service is more than “the right thing to do.” It’s what makes us human, makes us whole. As a Le Moyne student, service will be woven into everything you do, from the community project in your history or English class to the afternoon you spend serving dinner at a local soup kitchen. Learn more
Many Le Moyne students use their breaks a little differently.
Giving back begins as soon as students arrive on campus.
The "Sandwich Makers" fill bellies and nourish spirits.
"Even if our starting points are different, we are all ultimately trying to get to the same place." - Irene Liu, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy
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