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You’re more than a major and greater than a degree. A well-rounded education means you’re ready to make a difference in an evolving world of work.

Known for Connection

We believe your education is a journey that you take as a whole person — in mind, body and spirit. Beyond excelling in a classroom, here you’ll grow in ways that matter.

Lasallians make a difference, wherever they go. Service and ethical leadership are key to a La Salle education, and our students serve as catalysts of change, for themselves and others, all across the world.

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Known for Success

A La Salle education is known for being one of the best in the country — but don’t just take our word for it. We think the stats speak for themselves.

Top 150

Best Value
U.S. News & World Report (2024)

Top 50

Social Mobility
U.S. News & World Report (2024)

Top 170

Best Colleges for Veteran
U.S. News & World Report (2024)

Top Half

of National Universities
U.S. News & World Report (2024)

Top 7%

nationally in ROI 40 years after graduation.
Georgetown University CEW (2022)

Top 50

Earnings Performance
Washington Monthly (2023)

Top 75

For Service
Washington Monthly (2023)

Top 150

of National Universities
Washington Monthly (2023)

Latest News

La Salle University’s post BSN to DNP nurse anesthesia program starts in January 2024 as accredited.

Newest members bring industry and business experience to their board roles.

Left to right: Thomas M. Feeney, '74, Pauline Scalvino, '87, and Mark Turner, '85.

The weekend’s events included a celebration, a basketball doubleheader, and much more.  

Knowledge with Power — and Purpose

Creative teaching and experiential learning gives you room to be fully yourself. Curricular and co-curricular opportunities to develop crucial career and personal skills set you up to tackle the job market competitively once you graduate.


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One of the biggest reasons I wanted to be part of the La Salle community and its Honors Program was because of the chance a small school provided to build personal, meaningful connections with faculty. In my time at La Salle, I have been so lucky to build relationships with several faculty members which has given me opportunities, with their support, to push my horizons, expand my knowledge, and build my resume.

Ceara Grady, ’24
Ceara Grady, ’24

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