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It has a small diverse campus that is amazing, caring and loving. Le Moyne college is a best fit for everyone. Staff, faculty, and students are very nice and welcoming
Le Moyne College is in Syracuse, NY and is located close the conveniences of the city, while still offering the community feel of the suburbs. The professors are welcoming and often go out of their way to lend support to their students. The liberal arts education offers a unique experience which puts students in a position to explore different disciplines creating more well-rounded students. The opportunities to join clubs and travel through the school are both plentiful and cost effective. Overall, a Le Moyne education is well-worth the cost.
I'm a senior at Le Moyne, I feel prepared for grad school after studying at this fine institution. Almost all of my professors have earned their doctorate and have lots of experience living all over the world, including the career field I want to be successful in: consulting. Professors are easy to access including via text. Lots of tutoring available. There is an abundance of extracurricular events, including guest speakers from many nations, internships, work studies you name it. The institution is priced competitively with attractive scholarships. One more parking lot would do a lot for the college.
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I enjoy the friendliness of the staff and students at Le Moyne College. However, I would like to see more progressive change on campus (ex. easier access to recycling/composting, more diversity and more acceptance).
Horrible campus. Almost no parking available and what is available is at the bottom of an obnoxiously large hill which is horrible in the winter. Tuition costs are exorbitant and the offerings are paltry in light of the obscene cost. Core requirements are a slap in the face. Every student is expected to take a disgusting amount of fake classes at a painful cost. Don't expect any of these credits to transfer with you if you leave. Also force both a religious studies class and a theology class on all students. Professors for basic 100-level Core requirement classes will treat the class like a 300-level for some reason. Some teachers are fine, although if they aren't pointlessly harsh then they are unorganized pushovers with little structure to their class and heavily reliant on group work. The classrooms are very small and you'll NEVER have enough room to write at a desk/table since whatever room you are in will be simply too small and cramped. Extremely dangerous surrounding area.
I've had a great time here at Le Moyne. The Theater department is one of the best I've seen, and the whole school is held to the highest of standards. The campus is beautiful, the students friendly and intelligent, and the dorms are amazing.
The college has a very "home-y" feel to it. Everyone is very friendly and creates a great environment to be in. I am happy with my choice to attend here. Every professor I have had has been very willing to help me if needed. I would recommend Le Moyne College.
Le Moyne is an absolutely amazing school! Their diverse core curriculum educates well rounded students and exposes them to a variety of fields of study. Professors are knowledgeable and are always available during office hours for extra help. If you're the kind of student who likes small class sizes and a more personal level of teaching Le Moyne is the place for you.
Professors are amazing and most always willing to help you out. If you put the work in and stay active in the community your experience and return on investment will be optimum. 10/10 would recommend.
Love the welcoming, community feel. There is always something to do, always someone to do stuff with. Love the campus ministry staff! Campus could feel a bit safer-anyone can just walk through at any time.
Le Moyne college, even though the school is Jesuit, is a very open and accepting school. It has many active groups and clubs for minority students, and plenty of clubs just for fun too. The campus is quite small, but that can be a positive or negative thing depending on how you look at it. The only thing that is bad about Le Moyne is that this year there were so many freshman that the dorms are extremely crowded with people having to squeeze in extra roomates.
Certain majors receive much more attention than others when it comes to jobs, internships and employer recruitment. For example, my major is Pyschology and I would have to go to graduate school in order to get a well paying job. Other majors, like Biology are more beneficial when it comes to jobs and income. Certain majors are favored and recieve more networking attention.
The professors care about students as individuals if you show interest and engagment in the class and material. The classes offered are interesting and there is flexibilty with the different type of material covered. The student generally have control of where they stand in a class, which entails responsibility.
Security makes us feel safe becasue they are always around and engaging with the students. Although, I personally feel as though the campus is not well lit. It is scary to walk at night. Also, the campus is public so I am often encountering strangers just walking through campus.
Housing is generally comfortable although not spacious. Unfortuanetly, the dorms that are not for the freshmen are not close to the academic buildings. In the winter, it is really inconvienent to walk to class as a upperclassman.
I am personally not part of a sports team here at Le Moyne College, but I do go to the gym regularly. The gym is maintained very well and is alwas full of people. Also, sports teams are glorified, as are the athletes.
Le Moyne College is a unique insitution because it is intimate and comfortable. Everyone is generally friendly and networking is easy if you become familiar with people. It is an engaging school.
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The school has taken great action against sexual assault.
This school is very open and inviting to everyone.
There are career fairs and other events to help this.
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