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In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis - care for the whole person - we offer a variety of resources and programs to support you.

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WHY WHO (EMAIL) PHONE LOCATION
Advising Concerns Student Success Center 445-4597 Library, 1st Floor
College of Arts and Sciences Dean of Arts and Sciences 445-4310 Grewen Hall 308
Buying Textbooks Barnes and Noble Bookstore 446-4036 Le Moyne Plaza
Computer Assistance Information Technology 445-4579 Library, 1st Floor
Core Program Registrar’s Office 445-4455 Grewen Hall 212
Course Overloads (>18 credits) Assistant Dean for Student Success 445-4624 Reilly Hall 342
C-STEP Program Dr. Darshini Roopnarine, Director 445-4584 Romero Hall
Fellowships & Scholarships Contact Information Specific to Scholarship
HEOP/AHANA Program K. Leandra (KL) Lane, Director 445-4191 Reilly Hall 342
J-mester/May-mester/Summer Sessions Center for Continuing Education 445-4141 Grewen Hall 210
International Students Office of Inclusive Excellence and Global Education 445-4591 Reilly Hall 342
Learning Communities Student Success Center 445-4597 Library, 1st Floor
Learning Disabilities Disability Support Services 445-4118 Library, 1st Floor
Library Information Library, Instructional Services Librarian 445-4154 Library, 1st Floor
Madden School of Business Dean of School of Business 445-4280 Mitchell Hall
Physical Disabilities Disability Support Services 445-4118 Library, 1st floor
Pre-health Advisement Dr. Beth Pritts, Pre-health Education Advisor 445-4431 Coyne Science Center 148
Pre-law Advisement James T. Snyder, Pre-Law Advisor 383-5565 Reilly Hall 431
Purcell School of Professional Studies Dean of Professional Studies 445-4240 Grewen Hall 304
Study Abroad Office of Inclusive Excellence and Global Education 445-4591 Reilly Hall 342
Transcripts Registrar’s Office 445-4455 Grewen Hall 212
Tutoring (general) Student Success Center 445-4597 Library, 1st floor
Tutoring (writing) Writing Center 445-6211 Library, 1st floor
Tutoring (quantitative courses) Quantitative Reasoning Center 445-6210 Library, 1st floor

 

WHY WHO (EMAIL) PHONE LOCATION
Alternative Break Campus Ministry 445-4110 Chapel
Service Learning Office of Service Learning 445-4114 Library, 1st floor
Service Opportunities Campus Ministry 445-4110 Chapel
Spirituality, Retreats, Liturgy Campus Ministry 445-4110 Chapel

 

WHY WHO (EMAIL) PHONE LOCATION
Athletic Program Athletic Department 445-4450 Athletic Center
Getting Involved Office of Campus Life and Leadership 445-4520 Campus Center, 2nd Floor
Housing Matters Office of Campus Life and Leadership 445-4191 Campus Center, 2nd Floor
Service Opportunities Campus Ministry 445-4110 Chapel
Spirituality, Retreats, Liturgy Campus Ministry 445-4110 Chapel
Study Abroad Office of Inclusive Excellence and Global Education 445-4591 Reilly Hall 342

 

Student Support Statements

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Students are expected to observe at all times the highest ethical standards as members of the academic community.  Any form of dishonesty makes a student liable to severe sanctions, including expulsion from the College.  For details see the Community Standards section of the Student Handbook.

 Le Moyne College defines a bias-related incident as behavior that constitutes an expression of hostility against the person or property of another because of the targeted person’s race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, or disability.  Bias-related incidents include, but are not limited to, name calling and using degrading language or slurs that are directed toward a person because of membership or perceived membership in a protected class and that create a hostile environment for that person. 

Students who believe they have experienced bias or discrimination are encouraged to report the incident. Please refer to Le Moyne’s Bias-Related Incident Reporting webpage to submit a report and for further information.

Students who are unable to attend class, participate in any examination, study or classwork requirements on a particular day because of his or her religious beliefs is eligible for an equivalent opportunity to make up any missed examination, study, or classwork requirement, without penalties or additional fees.  Students who require such an opportunity must contact their instructor at least two weeks in advance.  A full copy of the College’s policy on the observance of religious holidays can be found in the deans’ offices.

Your access in this course is important.  Any student who feels s/he may need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact the instructor privately to discuss your specific needs.  You should also meet with someone from Disability Support Services (DSS) about your disability and accommodation needs.  The DSS office is located on the first floor of the library (315-445-4118;  dss@lemoyne.edu).  This should take place within the first 2 weeks of the semester.

Students who believe they have been harassed, discrimination against, or involved in sexual violence should contact the Title IX Coordinator (315-445-4278) for information about campus resources and support services, including confidential counseling services.

Le Moyne faculty are concerned about the well-being and development of our students and we are available to discuss your concerns.  As faculty, we are obligated to share information with the College’s Title IX coordinator to help ensure that the student’s safety and welfare are being addressed, consistent with the requirements of the law.  These disclosures include, but are not limited to, reports of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

Please refer to Le Moyne's Sexual Misconduct Resources webpage for contact information and further details.

Tutoring is located in the Student Success Center and the Writing Center on the first floor of the library, to the right of the art gallery. The Student Success Center is open M-Th 10am-9pm, F 10am-4pm, and Sun 3pm-9pm. Peer tutors are available for most subjects. The Writing Center’s webpage details its hours and services. To sign up, go to the Student Success Center webpage to create an account and log in to select the current semester’s schedule.  If you need tutoring for a subject not listed, please email tutoring@lemoyne.edu. Tutoring is free for all students and is available from the second week of classes through the last day of classes. Quantitative Reasoning Center provides drop in tutoring for introductory STEM courses.  The semester schedule can be found: QRC Clinic Schedule.

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