Student Success

Ensuring our students' success is a top priority for the University at all times. As you adjust to our new remote learning experience, use the following information to support you through the transition.

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Connelly Library

The Connelly Library and Learning Commons are closed until further notice. However, web access to library resources and services remain available. Additional updates from the library will be made through its Facebook and Twitter pages.

Center for Academic Achievement

The Center for Academic Achievement will provide writing tutoring, subject tutoring, and academic coaching online via Zoom appointments from March 30 — May 7. 

Students will make appointments through GradesFirst. After doing so, students will receive an email from their assigned tutor with a link to the Zoom appointment. If the appointment is for writing tutoring, students must reply to that email with a copy of their paper in a Microsoft Word document before the date of their tutoring appointment. 

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  • Supplemental instruction. Students in courses with supplemental instruction will continue to be able to attend SI sessions via Zoom. Supplemental Instruction leaders will reach out to the students in their course with more specific information regarding SI session times and Zoom links. 
  • Professional academic coaching. Students who would like to schedule an appointment with a professional academic coach to develop an academic success plan are asked to send an email to 

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IT Helpdesk and Support

The IT Helpdesk is available to provide support on guidance on accessing La Salle systems. Email or call 215-951-1860.

Web and Mobile Apps
Options for students without laptops

Technology gaps exist in our student population. Students who lack access to technology that is necessary for remote learning, are asked to complete this short survey to provide essential details about their technological needs. Students looking to purchase new devices can leverage an offer of free shipping made available through the La Salle Outpost.

Options for students without Internet access

Students who do not have reliable Internet access at home are asked to contact their professors, directly and immediately, to find alternate opportunities for learning and completion of assignments. Several Internet service providers are offering packages that include temporary Internet access at low or no cost, among other resources and packages. They include Charter Spectrum BroadbandComcastAT&TSprintand T-Mobile.


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