How To Apply
All La Salle Fall 2021 full-time, undergraduate applicants are given the option to choose either the Traditional or Test-Optional Application Review as the path that best reflects a student’s abilities, skills, life experiences, and potential for success. Students who choose the Test-Optional Application Review are not required to submit their standardized test scores.
All applicants must indicate their preference on either their La Salle Application for Admission or La Salle’s Common Application. Once the Test-Optional Application Review is selected, the decision to not submit standardized test scores cannot be reversed.
If you are an international student, you must apply with the traditional Application.
The following is required of all applicants to La Salle University applying via Traditional Application Review:
Application for admission
An official transcript showing three years of high school scholastic records
Your SAT or ACT scores
An academic letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, parent, or school administrator
Common Application or La Salle Application Personal Statement/Essay
The required Common Application or La Salle Application Essay is not graded. This essay is generally used to inform the Admissions Committee about the applicant’s interests and/or background.
The following is required of all applicants to La Salle University applying via Test-Optional Application Review: