When the Brothers of the Christian Schools founded La Salle College in 1863, they looked to their founder and the universal patron saint of educators, for inspiration and guidance. Beginning with this act of faith, La Salle became the first institution of higher education in the world to bear the name of St. John Baptist de La Salle.
Those who accept the challenge of a Lasallian education seek not only to exercise the mind, but to inculcate a love of learning, creativity, a sense of self, and an ability to discern relationships and possibilities where none are obvious. Our love of teaching and learning is manifested in opportunities for students, faculty, administrators, and staff to become reflective, discerning persons. La Salle aspires to fully awaken and ripen our intellectual, spiritual, emotional, ethical, social, and physical capacities.
In collaboration with the La Salle School of Business, the DLSI co-sponsors Research Methods Labs (RMLs) that highlight a quantitative or qualitative method. Research Methods Labs introduce (or refresh) key research methods not only to offer faculty, staff, and graduate students additional options for conducting their own research, but also to provide additional alternatives for our students in methods courses. RMLs are held 1-2 times per semester
La Salle’s Career Center offers an array of career readiness services, programs, and resources to help you prepare for, and achieve, your goals whether they be graduate school, full-time employment, or long-term volunteer opportunities. Regardless of your major or year, our staff is ready to help you plan for “life beyond La Salle”. It’s never too early to start preparing!
As the central administrative office for student information, the Office of the University Registrar maintains La Salle’s integrity by ensuring the accuracy of official student records and upholding University policy. We provide timely, relevant information to support the community and ensure student success. Our department strives to deliver exemplary service to our students, faculty, administrators, staff, and alumni.
La Salle’s residences are located throughout campus and include 12 residence halls, two apartment complexes, and a townhouse complex. Students can live in townhouses, singles, doubles, and suite-style rooms. Benefits to living on campus are numerous, and include excellent safety and security systems, security escort, superior dining services, parking lots, in-room amenities like wifi, and more.
At La Salle University, we are committed to helping you every step of the way. Take advantage of all the technology resources available on campus and online and don’t hesitate to contact the Helpdesk if you have any questions.
The Student Health Center at La Salle University provides a safe, respectful, positive, and confidential environment for eligible students to receive proper healthcare while promoting healthy behaviors and lifestyles. All eligible students are encouraged to utilize the Student Health Center for health and preventative care along with general wellness.
With a wide variety of events and activities on campus from Zumba fitness classes to The Masque Theater troupe there are tons of unforgettable experiences and adventures just waiting for you. Not to mention Center City, Philadelphia is just a short train, bus, or Uber ride away. You’ll always have roommates and friends around who will support you through every all-night study sesh, service project, and final exam. And since our Christian Brothers live on campus, too, you’ll have a few extra neighbors here to guide and mentor you.
You don’t have to be a student-athlete to stay active and fit at La Salle. Along with many exciting club sports and recreational clubs, La Salle boasts various fitness facilities and studios across campus to keep your heart rate moving.For an up-to-date recreational facilities schedule, including our 3,000 square-foot Fitness Center, Kirk Pool, tennis and volleyball courts, Tom Gola Arena, and more.
Some of the most impactful lessons you’ll learn will happen among friends, at unplanned hours, in places that you least expect. With more than 120 clubs and organizations, there is an experience for everyone. You’ll find groups centered on common interests or lifestyles, academics, Greek life, and sports, as well at community service.
Discover where your passions lie, and make your time at La Salle more fun, more meaningful, more insightful, and just plain more. If a club or activity you’re seeking doesn’t exist, create it. After all, part of exploration is invention.
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