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Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Rd
Syracuse, NY 13214-1399
First Professional Degree
Grants Medical Degree
Less Than One Year Certificate
One But Less Than Two Years Certificate
Two But Less Than Four Years Certificate
Master 's Certificate
First Professional Certificate
School is VA Approved
Accepts College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Part of SOC Degree Network System
Part of the DANTES external
Gives credit for CLEP and/or DSST exams
Accepts the ACE recommendations for awarding credit for CLEP and/or DSST
Gives ACE credit for military training and experience
Policy on the transfer of credits
A prospective transfer student at Le Moyne College is defined as a student that has graduated from high school and has taken courses for credit at a regionally accredited college or university. Students currently attending high school who are taking college courses for credit are considered prospective freshman and should consult the section Freshman Information. Candidates for admission must file an application by August 1 for fall admission and by December 1 for spring admission. The Admission Committee on a rolling basis reviews completed applications for admission, so it is advantageous to apply well in advance of these deadlines. Applications will be evaluated on the strength of the academic program in college, the grades earned and the applicability of coursework to a Le Moyne degree.
Noteworthy awards or recognitions
For the past 20 years, U.S. News & World Report has recognized Le Moyne's academic excellence and value by naming it one of "America's Best Colleges" among regional universities (those with a master's degree program) in the North. The College has also, for the past three years, been named by The Princeton Review as one of the best colleges in the Northeast.
Offers scholarships for military students and veterans
Offers tuition discounts for military students and veterans
Offers in-state tuition without residency requirements for active-duty military students
Can military students called to active service return without penalty
Military scholarships for dependents
Military tuition discounts for dependents
Offers in-state tuition without residency requirements for military dependents
Participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program
Participates in the MyCAA program
Offers evening programs
Offers weekend programs
Offers classroom-based programs on military installations
Has an on-campus living requirement for students at any point in their enrollment
On-Campus living requirement waived for veterans
Le Moyne College's GPA
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Number of military or veteran students enrolled
Number of total students enrolled
Number of military to total students enrolled full time
Number of military to total students enrolled part time
Number of military dependents enrolled
Graduation rate for veterans
Graduation rate for Non-veterans
Service members Opportunity Colleges Consortium member (SOC)
Offers ROTC program or participate in cross-town ROTC program
Has full-time veteran counselors or advisors on staff
Advisor on staff that assists veterans with career placement
Veteran counselors liaise with local VET REPS to help with career placement
Identifies military dependents on campus
Has child care facilities on campus
Has campus/social networking events planned specifically for veterans
Has veteran clubs or associations on campus
Has a chapter of the Student Veterans of America on campus
Has virtual veteran clubs or associations
Has veteran specific page on website
Has spouse clubs/associations on campus
Has a military spouse specific page on its Web site
Provides support to specific military installations
Programs to support faculty in terms of their knowledge and understanding
For school year 2012-13 the College is planning it's first faculty training in the area of supporting veteran students. Target delivery date is August 2012.
Military students called to active service return without penalty policy
A military student called to active duty can return without penalty. The College has had this occur in the past and in such cases, students are placed in "indefinite leave" status until they return. There is no financial or academic burden placed upon the student in this situation.
Policy concerning students who are involuntarily activated for military service
Le Moyne's policy concerning reservist military students who are involuntarily activated for military service is that the student is allowed a leave of absence without penalty. Depending upon the point in the semester that the activation occurs, the student is either withdrawn from all courses or receives grades on "incomplete". The student is allowed to finish the incomplete grades upon their return.
Why this school is an excellent choice for military members
Le Moyne has a one-stop Veterans Services Office which serves as central headquarters for Veteran, Vet-dependent, reservist and active-duty students. Services include: - Advisors to help Vets identify benefits and assist with transfer credits (including credit for military training and coursework) - Priority registration - A Vet-to-Vet mentoring program for new students - An on campus Veterans House and meeting center - Specialized academic support resources Le Moyne is a proud Yellow Ribbon Program participant, a Servicemembers Opportunities College (SOC) Consortium member and was named a Military-Friendly School in both 2010-2011 and 2011-12.
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