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Le Moyne College Offers Information Sessions About Loyola Institute

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (For Immediate Release) … Investing in a Catholic education has always been a sure thing, as learning in a faith-filled, academically challenging environment is certain to put a student on the path to success. As a long-time supporter of Catholic education – both on our own campus and throughout the Syracuse Diocese –

Le Moyne College has developed a unique program to allow students at Bishop Ludden Junior-Senior High School, Bishop Grimes Junior-Senior High School and Christian Brothers Academy to experience the benefits of a Jesuit education and earn 12 college credits and up to $58,000 in college savings, while putting themselves on the fast track to higher education.


Le Moyne College will host two information sessions about its new Loyola Institute program on Saturday, June 6, at 10 a.m. or Wednesday, June 10, at 6 p.m. Both sessions will be held in the Reilley Room, located in Reilly Hall.


In order to enroll in the Loyola Institute, students must have completed 9th grade, have at least a “B” average, and be involved in service in school, church or community. Once accepted into the Loyola Institute, students must successfully complete one of two non-credit skills courses at Le Moyne during the summer prior to 10th grade.


Upon successful completion of the program, a high school student will have earned one semester’s worth of college credits. In addition, each year one exceptional student who has completed the program will be awarded a full tuition scholarship to Le Moyne College. Should students decided not to attend Le Moyne, they will still be able to transfer the 12 earned course credits to most other colleges or universities, thereby saving one semester’s worth of college tuition and room and board.


For more information or to register for one of the sessions, call (315) 445-4141 or e-mail ceinfo@lemoyne.edu. To view the brochure, click here.





posted on: 6/2/2009