Change in Division
Students who have earned fewer than 90 credits and are in good academic standing may change from undergraduate day to undergraduate evening status, and vice versa.
The conditions for transfer differ, depending on the originating program:
- A student who wishes to transfer from the undergraduate evening to an undergraduate day program should have earned at least 15 credits at La Salle. In addition, the student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (if 15-30 credits have been earned) or 2.25 (if more than 30 credits have been earned).
- A student who wishes to transfer from undergraduate day to undergraduate evening must be transferring to a degree program offered in the evening.
Students wishing to change their division status should see the Assistant Dean of their respective school or their adviser in the College of Professional and Continuing Studies.
CHANGE IN DIVISION POLICY FOR INACTIVE STUDENTS
La Salle undergraduate day students with 90 or more credits who have been inactive for four or more years are permitted to return to the University as an evening student in the College of Professional and Continuing Studies to complete requirements for their degree. A student will be able to complete the degree in the undergraduate evening program, providing the major is an active evening major at the time the student is reactivated. If the student’s major from his/her prior experience at La Salle is not an active major offered by the College of Professional and Continuing Studies, the student will need to switch majors to an active evening major. If the student does not wish to switch majors, he/she must remain a day student to complete degree requirements.
The University reserves the right to require students to repeat coursework where content has become outdated due to the amount of elapsed time between taking the course and seeking credit for a degree.