Reading about La Salle is fine, but the best way for you to learn what La Salle has to offer is to experience it for yourself with a campus visit. We offer a variety of visit options, so you can pick one with which you are comfortable and that fits into your schedule. If you contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission, we can give you the dates and details of all of these visit options:
Campus Tour and Interview
Take a small, student-led group tour of La Salle’s campus and receive a personal interview from an admission counselor. You can schedule a combination tour and interview Monday through Friday, hourly, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please call to set up an appointment. Also, the Office of Undergraduate Admission is available for individual admission interviews by appointment (215.951.1500 or 800.328.1910) Monday through Friday. A campus tour can be taken either before or after your interview.
Group Information Session
If you don’t have time to schedule an interview, you can come to a Group Information Session. These run daily at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and provide general information about La Salle, the admission process, and financial aid. A campus tour follows each session at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m. The 3 p.m. tour is our last one of the day and does not have a Group Information Session preceding it. To register for a group information session, please visit, http://lasalleadmission.force.com/events.
These all-day events go beyond a simple tour. They include special programs on admission, financial aid, athletics, the Honors Program, career services, and student life, as well as lunch. Representatives from all of La Salle’s academic departments are on hand to answer questions. Prospective students and their families can register for Open House programs by visiting, http://lasalleadmission.force.com/events.
Several of La Salle’s academic departments, including those for business and communication majors and select majors within the School of Arts and Sciences, offer special morning workshops focused on specific areas of study. For students interested in these areas, there is no better time to visit La Salle than when these workshops are offered. To register for a workshop session, please visit, http://lasalleadmission.force.com/events.
After a student is accepted to La Salle, he or she can also spend a day in class with a current La Salle student.