As we embark upon another academic year, we look forward with anticipation to the myriad opportunities for our community members to grow. In particular, I want to extend a special welcome to members of the Class of 2026 who join our Le Moyne College community and who will certainly share their gifts and talents with all of us. As a learning community, we have a special responsibility to educate men and women who will make a difference both locally and globally, in our classrooms and on the athletic fields, in our residence halls and in our neighborhoods.
This student handbook outlines the responsibilities all students have as Le Moyne community members. We want you to become familiar with this handbook so that you understand the expectations we have of students to contribute positively to our community. In addition to the policies and procedures outlined in this handbook, several resources, offices and services are provided so that you may maximize your learning experience at Le Moyne College.
In light of our Catholic and Jesuit tradition, the staff of the student development division is committed to developing the whole student. We care about your intellectual, spiritual, social, cultural, recreational and vocational growth and strive to provide leadership opportunities that enhance your classroom learning. We work with you to make your learning seamless so that what you gain inside the classroom is supported by your co-curricular activities, programs and services. A Le Moyne education involves developing your leadership through discovering your intellectual curiosity and nuturing a spiritual journey with the support of mentors and advisors in the faculty and staff.
Strive for more during your time at Le Moyne and engage in the opportunities available on campus to discover your passions, interests and talents. The Office of Campus Life and Leadership is a great place to start if you need assistance in finding the co-curricular programs that best empower your educational life at Le Moyne. If you have any questions about anything in this handbook or about maximizing your Le Moyne College experience, call us at 315-445-4590 or stop by the Office of Community Standards in the basement of Mitchell Hall. We want to support you in making the most of your college experience!
Dr. Melissa Moore
Asst. Dean for Title IX and Compliance
Asst. Director of Community Standards