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Congratulations on your acceptance and welcome to Le Moyne College – home of the Dolphins! It’s an exciting time as you change colleges. Chances are, you may have some questions, and here’s where you’re in luck. A welcoming community of students, faculty, and staff await you here on the ‘Heights’ to support your dreams, broaden your opportunities, and ignite your passions. Whether you’re curious to know more about housing or financial aid, student life or dining, study abroad or career opportunities, we are here to help. Please contact us anytime. We look forward to welcoming you to campus!
Ready to become a Dolphin? Secure your spot today in the incoming transfer class.
Celebrate your acceptance! Whether you've already chosen Le Moyne or are still deciding, accepted student events offer opportunities to learn more about life at Le Moyne. Upcoming:
Here at Le Moyne we understand how hard it can be to adjust to a new school. To make your transition as smooth as possible we have set aside housing with transfer students in mind. Wherever you're from, we hope you feel at home here. All incoming transfer students from an area that’s more than 60 miles from Le Moyne are required to live on campus. The date your deposit is received by the Office of Admission is significant – this date is used in determining priority for housing assignments.
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When Olivia Bochniak ’25 arrived at Le Moyne as a transfer student, she was eager to immerse herself in campus life as a residential student. There was something about having everything she needed close at hand that was deeply appealing to her. But more than anything else, Bochniak relished the opportunity to meet people she would not otherwise have if
she lived off campus. She settled into her new surroundings, filling her room with photos of
family and friends to make it feel more like home and becoming regular visitor to the Dolphin
Den. It’s 'a great place to chill with your friends, eat some good food, and also complete some
school work,' she says. Living on campus has taught her important lessons about
becoming more independent, including how to best manage her time, which is critical to success
'It also feels like a step to living on your own which is fun,' she said.
Once you have deposited, you will need to log into your Le Moyne network account to access resources like financial aid information, registration for orientation, and housing preferences. We've prepared this quick guide to get you started.
For domestic students only. If you plan to apply for financial aid, you will need to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and, if you are a New York state resident, the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application. The 2020-21 FAFSA is completed online at fafsa.gov using Le Moyne’s code, 002748. The FAFSA application will provide a link to the NYS TAP application or you may complete the TAP application directly at www.tap.hesc.ny.gov once your FAFSA has been processed. Notification of financial aid awards will be mailed to the student's home address.
Requirements of Matriculation
Your offer of admission is made on the condition that you successfully complete any coursework that was in progress at the time of your decision. Therefore, for final matriculation, it will be necessary for the College to receive an official final transcript (or transcripts) indicating successful completion of all college coursework. Should you have questions, please call the Office of the Registrar at (315) 445-4456.
A Health Report is required and will be mailed to you under separate cover. Public health law requires that you provide documentation with the health report that you have been immunized against measles, mumps and rubella. The College’s policy indicates that a student’s degree program requirements are established and governed by the Le Moyne College catalog published in the year the student matriculates.
Le Moyne provides new transfer students with a unique orientation program named “TRANSFERmation”.
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Meal Plan OptionsAll students living in Dablon, Foery, Mitchell, Nelligan and St. Mary’s halls are required to have a meal plan. Munch Money is included in each plan, and money may be added to a plan at anytime. The money can be used in the LaCasse Dining Center, Dolphin Den, C-Store and Kaffe Nuvo. Students living in other residence halls or off campus also have options for meal plans. For questions, call dining services at 315-445-4699. LEARN MORE ABOUT DINING SERVICES
Life as a Dolphin
The College offers a wide range of clubs, organizations, and activities on campus as another expression of Le Moyne's commitment to "educating the whole person." GET INVOLVED
Professional Licensure Information
For students interested in our Accounting, Occupational Therapy, Family Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, or Teacher Certification programs.
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