Visit campus and explore what La Salle University has to offer.

There are many ways to explore our campus—choose the one that best suits your schedule and your interests.

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

This visit experience allows students to get an introduction to the university by going on a 60-minute walking tour of campus. Following the tour, counselors will be available to discuss our admission process, scholarships and financial aid and address any questions. These visits are offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Upon arriving to campus, you will check in with an admission representative in the lobby of Founders’ Hall where the tour will begin.

*If you are interested in transferring to La Salle University, please contact the Transfer Admission Office at or 215.951.1400 to schedule your visit.


If you are looking to bring a group of 5 or more students, please fill out the following form so that we can accommodate your group:

Group Visit Form

Accepted students are cordially invited to attend one of two Blue and Gold Days held in April.  These accepted student events are tailored to further inform families as they make their final college choice by the May 1 deadline.  The program provides an opportunity for you to tour campus, talk with faculty, students, and alumni, receive personalized financial aid counseling, and discover some of the truly unique aspects of La Salle University.


Join us for our next Open House on Friday, August 11, 2017. Bring your friends and family to find out what La Salle is all about — take a campus tour, meet faculty, learn about our academic departments and so much more! We will also be hosting two more Open Houses this fall. Please check back for an update on those dates.


The Early Explorer Experience is an academically driven program where students and their families will have the opportunity to meet faculty, learn about the successes of current students and alumni, and much more! These events are divided by school; students will receive a formal invitation from the Dean of the school into which they’ve been accepted.


Experience first-hand what it is like to be an Explorer! All interested high school seniors are invited to spend a day at La Salle to sit in on classes and have lunch with a current student. While on campus, you can also take a tour, participate in a Group Information Session, or meet with a professor.

To schedule a visit, please register online or call the Office of Undergraduate Admission (215.951.1500).



All students interested in studying Nursing are invited to participate in the Nursing Academic Workshop.  Following our general information session and tour, students can join us to learn even more about Nursing at La Salle. Students and families will receive a 30-minute information session from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences about the curriculum, requirements to begin clinical courses and clinical site locations. Afterwards, students will be guided through the Nursing lab facilities with the Lab Coordinator and a faculty member. This workshop is only offered on select Fridays and seats are limited. The workshops will only be scheduled during the Fall and Spring semesters. Register now to save your spot.


If you’re interested in transferring to La Salle, we’d be happy to discuss your options and your transferring credits in person or over the phone. Call 215.951.1400 to schedule a visit to campus or to speak with an admissions counselor.

You will meet one on one with a transfer counselor to find out your admission decision, receive a preliminary credit evaluation and see if you qualify for scholarship! To qualify for Instant Decision, students must apply online and bring documents to complete your application: all official college transcripts and high school transcripts/SAT scores (for students with fewer than 30 credits only). Unfortunately, we are unable to process nursing applicants or WES/any other type of international transcript evaluation as part of the Instant Decision Day.

You will be contacted to schedule your specific interview time shortly.


We strongly encourage all applicants to participate in the Explorer Interview. Grades and standardized test scores are important, but they are not the only factors that we consider for admission to La Salle University. Through the Explorer Interview, we want to get to know the “real” you.

Explorer Interviews involve meeting up with one of our alumni for a conversation, so that we can get to know who you are beyond the test scores and transcripts. These interviews take place in the fall on and off campus. For those who live outside our region, we will work with you and make arrangements to provide you with a Explorer Interview closer to your location. The Explorer Interviews are usually 20-30 minutes in length.

This is your opportunity to show us who you really are and how you will be a contributing member of the La Salle University Community both inside and outside the classroom. It is also an opportunity for you to learn more about La Salle through the eyes of alumni. Participation in the interview program is completely voluntary and won’t negatively affect your application for admission. All students who participate in an Explorer Interview and commit to La Salle, will receive a sizeable campus bookstore voucher. Additionally, qualified Explorer Interview participants will be entered into a drawing to receive a year of free campus housing!

Explorer Interviews take place in late October and early November. All dates for 2016 have already passed.  Student applying for Fall 2018 can sign up next September.