Campus Life

While a Lasallian Business education requires a lot of hard work, there are a lot of ways to have fun outside the classroom. In fact, 80% of La Salle undergraduate business students are engaged in one or more campus activity.

Whether it’s Division I or intramural athletics, student media, fraternities or sororities, community service or business organizations—there’s always something to do.

We have more than 100 clubs and organizations on campus, including many specifically for business students, such as the American Marketing Association, Beta Gamma Sigma, the National Association for Black Accountants, and the Women’s MBA Association.

In the past year, La Salle has hosted speakers such as world-renowned historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin, economist and actor Ben Stein, autism activist and animal scientist Temple Grandin, and bestselling author and La Salle alumnus Matthew Quick.

Proximity to Philadelphia provides tremendous exposure to the best city life has to offer. Truly a city of neighborhoods, Philadelphia can be explored easily on foot. Our cultural scene is second to none. Our restaurants (whether you want to go classy or just go for a cheesesteak) are among the nation’s best. No one can beat Philly for its enthusiasm for its pro teams. And, of course, you’ll be right here in the birthplace of our country.