In an effort to support the environment, the bursar's office will no longer be mailing billing statements. Statements can be viewed and payments can be made online by going to https://phinfo.lemoyne.edu. Payments can also be made in person to the bursar's office (via cash or check), or you can mail a check to Le Moyne College Bursar's Office, 1419 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse, NY 13214.
Please note: You will be held financially responsible for registered classes unless a class is officially dropped. Use the form found at https://www.lemoyne.edu/Academics/Continuing-Education/Continuing-Education-Forms or email firstname.lastname@example.org and include session, class number and title. Confirmation that the class has been dropped will be emailed as soon as the request has been processed.
When an employer pays for a course, an employer promissory note needs to be completed in full by both the student and the employer in order to process the registration. If only a percentage of payment is covered by the employer, the student is responsible for the balance.
Tuition Pay Plan
Le Moyne College is pleased to offer CashNet (formally HigherOne Tuition Payment Plan), a monthly payment plan for people who want an alternative to paying at the beginning of each semester. CashNet is a tuition payment plan administered by BlackBoard. Enrolling in a tuition payment plan is easy. Simply click on the link to the right "CashNet" or visit CashNet.com
Spring & Fall Semester Deferment and Refund Dates (See Summer, Maymester & J-mester web pages for their applicable dates)
100% tuition credit during the first week
80% tuition credit during the second week
60% tuition credit during the third week
40% tuition credit during the fourth week
20% tuition credit during the fifth week
No tuition refund credit after the fifth week