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These are common concerns we hear from first-year students. We know that college can be challenging at first…new roommates, new classes, new schedules, new experiences, the 24/7 atmosphere of college life. We also know that your first few months on campus are so important to your college career. That's why we established first-year learning communities.
These communities help make this “newness” less overwhelming academically and socially. They help you make the transition from high school to college (or from living at home to living and learning on your own!)
Being in a first-year learning community lets you:
Learning community enrollment is voluntary however, nearly a third of the Class of 2023 joined a learning community. While there is a residential component, commuting students are highly encouraged to join.
First Year Class Dean
Space in each learning community is limited to about 20 students. Once you decide to attend Le Moyne, the best time to sign up is soon after you receive your new student checklist. Join NO LATER THAN May 15 to give yourself the best chance of getting into the learning community you think is the best fit.
If you have any general questions about learning communities, contact the First-year Class Dean at (315) 445-4275 or [email protected]
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