The La Salle University Art Museum furthers the University’s Lasallian educational objectives by helping students, other members of the University community and the general public experience significant, original works of art in an intimate setting and to place them in meaningful contexts. In addition to acquiring, preserving and exhibiting its collections, the Museum offers viewers an opportunity to sharpen their aesthetic perception and to investigate the interrelationships which emerge between art and other disciplines.
The Center for Entrepreneurship provides aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate innovators the mentoring, networking, and experiential learning to succeed in their chosen careers. Students learn how to flex their innovative muscles, build leadership skills, explore the business landscape, and take measured risks to achieve their goals. Various programs are offered at the center that put students in a hands-on role working in scenarios they’ll encounter after graduation.
With expertise in research and training, the Center for Sales Excellence is a hub for the development and delivery of a premier sales education in the region. We are the first sales program in Pennsylvania to be recognized by the University Sales Center Alliance, a consortium of sales educators who are dedicated to advancing the sales profession through teaching, research, and outreach.
The De La Salle Institute for Teaching and Learning (DLSI), reflecting the principles of the Lasallian educational legacy, supports both the development and use of evidence-based teaching practices that lead to meaningful student learning, and the systematic and scholarly inquiry into that teaching and learning.
The Institute for Collective Impact in Education at La Salle University endeavors to positively impact the educational outcomes for student in the Philadelphia region, advancing educational equity for all.
The La Salle Autism and Developmental Disabilities Education Resources (LADDER) Center is to enhance the quality of life for elementary through college aged students and their families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, neurodivergence, developmental disabilities, movement diversity.
The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business offers a wide range of services for the nonprofit sector, including nearly 100 workshops annually and consulting and leadership development.