Le Moyne College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (8)
I grew up in a small town, and I wanted to attend a school that gave me the same feeling that I found at home. Le Moyne College gave me the feeling of home with its small school close-knit community. The staff was amazing, and I loved all of my professors. I met amazing friends here and loved ever minute of it. I wish I could stay in college longer.
My experience at Le Moyne has been fantastic. The class sizes are small which allows students the ability to interact with their professors when needed. Le Moyne has plenty of resources to ensure that students are successful in the future. Le Moyne has encouraged and motivated me to continue my education further and go to graduate school to be a school psychologist.
Awesome school with amazing professors. Classes are small so you really get to know your professors which makes learning easier. I also felt like my professors genuinely cared about my success and my future. They were always available to help. As a transfer, I found making friends easy as well. Many of the students are warm and welcoming
Le Moyne College was a great experience because of the small classes and intimacy of the education. The new science building was sustainably built and it made me happy that the college was progressing. All of the professors were very helpful and caring towards their students which isn't always the case in many other colleges/universities. There was also a wide array of classes that were offered including unique science classes and interesting religion/philosophy courses. The experiences I had at Le Moyne taught me not only how to be a better student but how to be a better person overall.
I loved attending Le Moyne. I felt the campus was safe, and had a very close knit community. My classes were both challenging and usually much more interesting then their course titles led me to believe. I felt I walked away with a well rounded liberal arts education and a love of learning new and interesting things.
LeMoyne was a terrific opportunity for me. I am an adult learner and went back to school after 8 years in the working world. The transition was easy, the teachers were wonderful, other students were helpful. A few classes seemed to use outdated material, but that depended on the teachers. Overall, if you are studying Business of any kind, LeMoyne is a great place to go.
Best Jesuit college. Professors, students, and rest of faculty are great.
The program was designed for the working adult student so that part was fine. The professors were OK. Some bad, only a couple outstanding. One sseemed to know less than I did on the topic. LeMoyne met my need. Expense wise, it feel in the middle price range between private university and state school. No, I would not be a teacher. Not many teachers are being hired, and the ones that are are young. Older teachers are not being hired. Because there are so many teachers applying for each opening, it is not possible to prove age discrimination. If I was going to change careers again, I would go into some sort of medical field. You need to find out what the hiring rate is for people your age. Qualifications don't seem to be as important as age.