With a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam and a Masters Degree in Theology and Liturgy from St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, Tom Andino brings over 20 years of pastoral music experience to his current role as the Director of Liturgy and Music at Le Moyne College. In addition to guiding the vision, planning and execution of all campus liturgies and directing both the Chapel and the All Campus Choirs at Le Moyne, Tom also works throughout the Diocese of Syracuse, offering workshops on liturgical music and cantor formation. Tom also coordinates Le Moyne’s Christian Life Communities (CLC’s) and our 1st Year Student Pre-orientation Program known as EXPLORE. Tom serves on the National Pastoral Musician’s Standing Committee for Campus Ministers. He is married and has two daughters, ages 5 and 2. In the office he is known for his sweet tooth and love of pastries, donuts, and homemade ice cream, and he is always up for a trip to Walt Disney World.
Thomas Andino, Liturgy & Music, 315.445.4547, Send Email
Fr. John Bucki SJ is Director of Campus Ministry and Rector of the Jesuit Community at Le Moyne. He was born and raised in Buffalo, entered the Jesuits in 1968, and was ordained a priest in 1979. He studied at Fordham University and the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California. In his years of ministry has been missioned to work at various Jesuit high schools, in wonderful retreat ministry, in challenging parish work for 12 years at St. Francis Xavier Parish in New York City, and in creative campus Ministry at Canisius College in Buffalo. He has been blessed by wonderful international experience in Nigeria and the Philippines. He came to Le Moyne in the summer of 2012 and feels blessed by all the great people and the awesome vision of Le Moyne.
John P. Bucki SJ, Director, 315.445.4113, Send Email
Fr. Bill Dolan, S. J. is in his 19th year serving as a campus minister at Le Moyne College. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Fordham University, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and University of Rochester Graduate School of Education. His previous assignments as a Jesuit have included serving in positions in Student Development Administration and Campus Ministry at Fordham University , New York City and Canisius College, Buffalo. Fr. Dolan also teaches as an adjunct faculty member in the Le Moyne Department of History. As campus minister he serves as sacramental minister, and coordinates campus ministry sponsored student weekly local off campus volunteer service and , the Fall and Spring campus wide Dolphins Dive-in to Serve local community service days. He also coordinates the Faculty and Staff Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life Program through which people on campus participate in a nine month experience of prayer and reflection based on the 30 Day Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. With St. Ignatius Loyola Fr. Dolan believes that the Jesuit vocation is to “help souls” , whomever, wherever and however they may be found, and to accompany and support Le Moyne students and other members of the college community as they grow in the Spirit and become passionate and generous helpers of souls in the tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola.
Bill Dolan, S.J., Sacramental Ministry, 315.445.4112, Send Email
As Campus Minister for Faith Formation, Greg oversees the retreat program and organizes other faith formation opportunities on campus. A graduate of Loyola University Maryland (B.A. Philosophy) and Loyola University Chicago (M.A. Spirituality), Greg’s ministerial experience includes prison ministry, high school campus ministry, college campus ministry, and spiritual direction. When he’s not at Le Moyne or on retreat with students, Greg enjoys running, biking, playing sports, visits to Syracuse coffee shops, and shopping at the Regional Market on Saturday mornings.
Greg Mellor, Faith Formation, 315-445-4115, Send Email
As Campus Minister for Social Justice, Beth’s responsibilities include implementing the Alternative Break program as well as working in the area of justice ministry. Beth works closely with student clubs such as Amnesty, El Progreso and Habitat for Humanity. As a resident chaplain, Beth lives in St. Mary’s Hall and is a part of the St. Mary’s/Harrison staff. Beth is a Le Moyne alum and, before coming back to the Heights, enjoyed a career in the human service field. Beth is a former Jesuit Volunteer and has been a support person for the Jesuit Volunteer community in Syracuse for 23 years. She enjoys reading, cooking and going home to Oswego to visit with her family.
Beth Scanlon, Social Justice Outreach, 315.445.4114, Send Email
Fran Adams is new to Campus Ministry this year. She has worked at the college for 20 years in a variety of capacities, including three years with the Admissions Office and seventeen years in Student Development as the executive assistant to the Vice President for Student Development. Her background includes extensive administrative experience, student activities, new student orientation, undergraduate commencement and events management. She has been the Ignatian Staff Forum Facilitator, Heights Alert Management Team Member, Staff Forum Co-Chair, OneLeMoyne Committee Member and Eucharistic Minister. Fran and her husband Rich have been married 35 years and have two married children and 4 grandchildren. She enjoys family time especially at their camp in Eagle Bay.
Frances Adams, Professional Assistant, 315.445.4111, Send Email