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Also on the rise? The academic qualifications of this year’s newest Explorers Enrollment of new first-year students at La Salle has increased 13% over the last year, the University announced. […]

History professor Stuart Leibiger, Ph.D., speaks at the National Constitution Center on the “experiment” that proved “a crucial moment in world history.” Each year, Constitution Day—observed on September 17—recognizes the […]

La Salle’s pass rate over the last five years is 99.46%. For the fourth straight year, graduates of La Salle University’s Master of Science program in Speech-Language Pathology achieved a […]

Details on their academic backgrounds, geographic roots, and more.  Over a series of sizzling, late-summer days, some of La Salle University’s newest students unpacked their cars, lugged boxes into their […]

In all, nearly 900 students settled into the University’s residence halls. Kalea Albanese, ’26, packed up two vehicles before hitting the road to La Salle University for the first day […]

Joe and Joanne Kitchen earned recognition for their commitment to La Salle.  For Joe and Joanne Kitchen, working at La Salle University is a family affair.   Joe works as a […]

All summer, the New York Yankees have remained baseball’s top team. The New York Daily News highlighted the La Salle alumna who reports on them nightly. Media members also spoke […]

A lot has changed over the last three years, including La Salle University’s response to COVID-19. As the pandemic has evolved, so have the health and safety guidelines in place […]

A new academic year brings plenty of excitement. Part of that comes from finding what’s newly introduced to campus. La Salle University spent the summer months performing facility upgrades and […]

Meet the Honors Program student and political science major who aims to make a difference for others. Noah Davis-Logan, ’26, wants to make a difference with his La Salle University […]