Activities and Facilities

Athletics

Le Moyne’s athletics program offers students a variety of opportunities for participation. The College has 10 men’s and 11 women’s varsity teams which observe the conditions for eligibility stated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Northeast-10 Conference. Le Moyne also sponsors club teams and has an extensive intramural program.

The Anthony A. Henninger Athletic Center is home to the varsity sports teams, while the Recreation Center is primarily devoted to intramural sports, recreational activities and the students’ own personal fitness routines. Le Moyne also sponsors 13 club sport teams and has an extensive intramural program.

Honor Societies

Le Moyne has a chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit national honor society; Alpha Kappa Delta, the national honor society for sociologists; Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for students in continuing higher education; Beta Beta Beta, the national honor society in biology; Delta Mu Delta, the national honor society in business and accounting; Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society in education; Omicron Delta Epsilon, the international honor society in economics; Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society in history; Phi Sigma Tau, the national honor society in philosophy; Pi Gamma Mu, the national social science honor society; Pi Mu Epsilon, the national honor society in mathematics; Pi Sigma Alpha, the national honor society in political science; Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology; Tau Sigma, the national transfer student honor society; and Theta Alpha Kappa, the national honor society for religious studies and theology.

Groups, Clubs and Organizations

The College has numerous major-related groups which explore common academic interests. Le Moyne also has many clubs and organizations that focus on a variety of non-academic interests such as community service, recreational pursuits, publications, politics, women’s issues, multicultural affairs, drama and social concerns.

The College also has a student-operated radio station and newspaper. Information regarding any of these groups, clubs and organizations is available from the campus life and leadership office. A complete list of clubs and their descriptions may be found online at www.lemoyne.edu/clubs.

Facilities

Building Accessibility

All buildings meet minimal standards of accessibility for individuals with physical disabilities. The College has a brochure that provides a map with information on facilities’ accessibility. The maps can be found in the Office of Communications, the Office of Admission and in the Security Office. It can also be found online under “About Le Moyne.”

Noreen Reale Falcone Library

The Library is located at the southwest corner of the campus. The two-story building, constructed in 1981, has a capacity of over 250,000 volumes and seating for 500 people. It currently houses 223,320 books, 26,934 e-books, 267 print and 58,709 electronic periodical subscriptions, 614,967 microform units, 1097 graphic materials, 3,556 audio recordings and 19,911 VHS, DVD and streaming video recordings.

The library’s collections, policies and services are discussed in a series of guides. Copies of these guides are available in the reference area, as well as on the library’s home page.

The library’s home page contains links to over 135 databases providing access to research materials in all disciplines, in print and electronic formats. A database of over 100 million records, contributed by over 15,000 libraries, is used for the acquisition, cataloging and interlibrary borrowing of materials. When the library does not own the materials a student needs, this system is used to borrow those materials from another library in the region, New York state or elsewhere.

When classes are in session, library hours are:

Monday-Thursday8 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Friday8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
SundayNoon - 2 p.m.

Vacation and holiday hours are announced via (315) 445-4153.

Additional information can be found at the library Web page:
www.lemoyne.edu/library.

Wilson Art Gallery

The Wilson Art Gallery is housed on the first floor of the library. Throughout the year, it sponsors exhibitions by local, regional and national artists. Its hours are the same as the library’s.

Bookstore

Located in the Le Moyne Plaza adjacent to campus, the bookstore is operated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers and is open year-round. The campus store offers a wide selection of College-imprinted merchandise, school supplies, novelties, personal items, miscellaneous items and books of general interest. The staff will accept orders for any book not in stock.

Textbook purchases are made at the beginning of each semester. Specific rules for all textbook returns are posted at the checkout registers. Used books are bought back every day, with a special buyback at the end of the fall and spring semesters during finals week.

We will accept payment for merchandise in the forms of cash, personal checks with proper ID or any major credit card. Books and merchandise can also be ordered online at www.lemoyne.bncollege.com.

W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts

The W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts is home to the College theatre, music and dance programs as well as the main venue for professional artists performing on campus. The building features a 200-seat flexible performance space with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, a studio theatre, music practice rooms, a dance studio, classrooms, production shops and administrative offices.

Computer Resources

A wide variety of computing resources are available on campus linked through a campus-wide fiber optic network. These resources are managed by the Office of Information Technology, which is located on the second floor of Reilly Hall. In order to keep users informed and assist them in their use of these resources, a number of printed and online publications are produced throughout the year, including a newsletter and technical bulletins. Workshops and seminars are also held on various products and services. A help desk, staffed by professional and student consultants, is available for further assistance. It is located in the library.

All students, faculty and staff are provided accounts, without cost, on appropriate systems which provide access to general applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases and programming languages, as well as email and specific applications related to their fields. Access to the library catalog and the Internet are also provided.

Computer Center

The Computer Center, located on the second floor of Reilly Hall near the administrative offices of information technology, houses the central computing systems and servers for the campus. Servers provide students, faculty and staff with access to electronic mail, the Internet, and a broad spectrum of software resources. Each residence hall room is wired for access to the campus network. For off-campus use, dial-in access is provided through a bank of high speed modems. All systems are available on a continuous basis except during scheduled periods when normal maintenance procedures are performed.

Computer Facilities

A number of computer facilities, located throughout the academic buildings, are available for instruction and general student use. Each room is equipped with either Windows or Macintosh computers attached to networked laser printers. A variety of general applications as well as specialized instructional applications are supported on these systems.

The rooms, available to all students and faculty, are open 24 hours, Monday through Sunday, except during holiday periods. (Building hours may restrict access.) Monthly schedules are posted outside the facilities.

Additional computer facilities are found in clusters located in each of the residence halls. These systems are connected to laser printers and provide software similar to that found in the classrooms. They are available to resident hall residents 24 hours a day. The Nelligan Hall facility is available to all students 24 hours a day.

Campus Telecommunications System

Le Moyne College maintains its own telecommunications system operated by the telecommunications office within the Office of Information Technology. The College offers a set of telecommunication services to all students living in the residence halls. These services consist of campus and local telephone calling, voice mail and basic cable TV, which are provided at no cost to the students. Information regarding each of these services is provided to the resident students via their Le Moyne College email at the beginning of the fall semester and to new students as they arrive during the academic year. The telecommunications office is located on the second floor of Reilly Hall, room 241A. The staff is available to assist and answer any questions students may have regarding the campus telecommunications system.

Campus Crime Statistics

Campus crime statistics can be found in the Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report. To access crime statistics, as well as a variety of information regarding campus safety, fire safety and crime prevention simply visit www.lemoyne.edu/security or www.lemoyne.edu/annualreport.