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Le Moyne College

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Le Moyne College is a horrible option.Business - Management and Administration
Le Moyne College is a horrible option. I graduated near the top of my class, and have previous work experience. I have been unable to obtain a decent job.

The only subject worth studying at Le Moyne is Accounting, and should be the only program the school offers. Otherwise, career services has a terrible reputation, and has provided no guidance.

Regardless of being Accredited; the Business School is outdated, overpriced, and attracts only a few decent companies to job fairs. The majority of Business School graduates (in the last 3-5 years) that I am contact with are unemployed, making an average of $30,000 a year, and have complained about the School's ability to network in and out of the local area.

The School recently awarded thousands in Scholarship money to unworthy candidates because enrollment levels are down. T

I have Bachelor's and MBA from Le Moyne College, I would avoid this school at all costs.

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I couldn't tranfer fast enough, and when IQuite BrightEnglish
I couldn't tranfer fast enough, and when I was there I was not alone. You either love this school or absolutely hate it. It is very cliquey and if you aren't in or accepted by the clique don't expect to get chosen for plays, orientation committee, give campus tours, or any extra curricular inclusion. THIS SCHOOL IS A JOKE OF A COLLEGE and it lives in a bubble. You cannot live in off campus unless you are a commuter, and there is little extra curricular activities except drinking, movies and dances. I was ready for college, and tranferring to another Jesuit university out of NY was the smartest decision I ever made. (And, at that school, I did get cast in plays, got selected for orientatiob committee and not only gave tours but co-chaired the entire group my senior year.) If you want an extension of high school you'll love this place. Otherwise, go apply and pay good money to go to a real college or university.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1998
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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While picking a school I read many studentQuite BrightBiology
While picking a school I read many student reviews on many different colleges. I ended up picking Le Moyne last minute because of their high sciences program. I am a biology major and will be entering the physicians assistant program after I graduate with my biology degree. Being a science major at Le Moyne will be the hardest major and you will have to do a TON of studying for tests and lab practicals. This is a very prestegious program and you WILL have to work hard for your grades. As long as you stay on top of things and get good grades everything else will come into place here. The students are super friendly and the campus is a perfect size. You always can see your friends but there is also many new people to always be meeting. On the weekends there is the athletic team parties that anyone can go to, or most students spend time at the syracuse university parties which are like 5-10 minutes down the street. There is also always things going on on campus for students that don't wish to go party. Every night they have student run activities and the activities are mazing! They always have awesome prizes and a ton of stuff to do. These events range from anything like a minute to win it, a hypnotist, bingo, craft night, dance parties, trivia, and so sooo much more. This really is an amazing school if you spend the time to study but also make time to spend with friends whether its on or off campus. The local area is also amazing. There is any store you can think of about a mile away and 2 huge malls. Also Le moyne offers a shuttle to take you to the stores or mall. It really is an amazing school.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Campus Maintenance: B-
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