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Le Moyne offers wide range of clubs, organizations, and activities on campus. Not only an extensive roster of clubs and organizations but also aspecial event: first-run films, theatrical performances, dances, concerts, first-run films, and stand-up comics are a regular part of the calendar. Le Moyne students also participate in such annual campus events as Dolphy Day, Spring Olympics, and Winter Weekend.
Besides, the Residence Hall Councils and the Le Moyne Student Programming Board organize concerts, dances, student talent programs, a weekly film series and special lectures as well as off-campus trips and skiing excursions. Le Moyne's theater program hosts at least two productions each year, housed in the W. Carroll Coyne Performing Arts Center.
Le Moyne also hosts a centrally-located cafe-style space ('Kaffe Nuvo') and a student lounge known as The Cove. The Cove offers a variety of entertainment on weekends including concerts and movie screenings, and is a popular spot for first-year students.
Le Moyne College, located in Syracuse, N.Y., is Central New York's only Jesuit college. Situated on a picturesque 160-acre campus
Campus Life and Leadership is devoted to providing dynamic living and learning environments that support the needs of the Le Moyne residential student. Recognizing that students’ living environments have a profound impact on their personal and educational development, the Campus Life & Leadership staff aims to structure living environments that facilitate the overall growth of the individual. Throughout the academic year, members of the Campus Life and Leadership staff provide students with a variety of educational and social programs in order to enhance the College experience.
As a residential campus, Le Moyne considers the provision of on-campus housing to be a very important part of its educational mission. The College requires all students to reside on campus, unless they are residing with parents, guardians, or the Campus Life office has granted them authorization to live off campus. There are several types of housing offered, the details of which can be found on this website, or for more information you can call (315) 445-4520.