Points of Pride

Enrollment

  • 5,210 TOTAL STUDENTS – 3,148 UNDERGRADUATE DAY, 673 UNDERGRADUATE EVENING, 1,218 MASTER’S, 158 DOCTORAL, 13 NONCREDIT
  • 53% OF OUR UNDERGRADUATE DAY STUDENTS LIVE ON CAMPUS

Geographic Reach

  • STUDENTS COME FROM 41 U.S. STATES 31 COUNTRIES
  • 89% COME FROM PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, NEW JERSEY, AND NEW YORK
  • 30% OF STUDENTS ARE FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS

Student Diversity

  • 43% OF OUR UNDERGRADUATE DAY STUDENTS IDENTIFY AS DIVERSE
  • FEMALE TO MALE RATIO 64:36 UNIVERSITY WIDE

Tuition, Room, And Board Per Year

  • $28,800 TUITION
  • $13,976 STANDARD ROOM AND BOARD
  • $700 REQUIRED FEES

Financial Aid

  • 96% OF UNDERGRADUATE DAY STUDENTS RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID

Academic Majors And Programs

  • 39 UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS
  • 28 GRADUATE PROGRAMS
  • 2 DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Class Size And Faculty Quality

  • 11:1 STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO
  • 85% OF FACULTY HAVE THEIR PH.D. OR THE HIGHEST DEGREE IN THEIR FIELD
  • 100% OF COURSES ARE TAUGHT BY FACULTY— NO TEACHING ASSISTANTS

Student Life

  • ATHLETIC PROGRAMS: 25 DIVISION I
  • 60,000+ HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE COMPLETED BY STUDENTS PER YEAR

Alumni/Giving

  • 54,000 CONTACTABLE LA SALLE ALUMNI
  • 40% OF OUR OVERALL ALUMNI HAVE MADE A GIFT TO THE UNIVERSITY SINCE GRADUATION
  • 92% GRADUATES WHO ARE EMPLOYED, ATTENDING GRADUATE SCHOOL OR VOLUNTEERING FULLTIME WITHIN ONE YEAR OF GRADUATION
  • 70 FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS

Rankings

  • Ranked in the top 6% in the U.S. by The New York Times for median income of graduates by age 34 ($58,700).
  • Out of more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities, The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education once again ranked La Salle in the Top 300 in its second annual College Rankings. The ranking is based on the results of the Times Higher Education U.S. Student Survey, which examines responses from more than 100,000 current college students and explored four key areas: outcomes, resources, engagement, and environment.
  • S. News and World Report included La Salle’s Part-Time MBA program in its 2018 edition of Best Graduate Schools.
  • La Salle’s full-time MBA programs has the fourth highest employment rate in the nation, according to a recent report from U.S. News and World Report. Among the MBA programs considered for the study, La Salle’s employment rate for graduates three months after graduation is 96.4 percent, compared to an average of 88.3 percent.
  • The 2018 edition of U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” ranked La Salle as 34th overall in the North Region, which includes nearly 200 universities across 11 states in the Northeast and District of Columbia. The ranking is based on graduation and retention rates, peer assessment of excellence, financial resources, student selectivity, graduation rate, and alumni giving.
  • S. News and World Report ranked La Salle 27th in the North Region on their 2018 list of Best Colleges
  • The New York Times ranked La Salle in the top six percent in the country for graduates’ median income at age 34
  • Out of 127 MBA programs ranked, the employment rate for La Salle graduates three months after graduation is 95.8 percent, the sixth highest employment rate in the nation.