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Big Interview is helping La Salle students sharpen their interview skills. An impressive résumé, applicable work experience, and astute networking can help job seekers get a foot in the door. […]

Dear colleagues and students, The success of this academic term is a credit to each member of our community. Our collective efforts, including a robust testing strategy, an enhanced and […]

Nutrition, exercise, and spiritual exploration are the focus of La Salle’s next Academic Enrichment Day. Wellness Wednesday is going to the goats. Cute, furry, and friendly goats will visit La […]

Faculty and staff from La Salle University spoke with the media recently about COVID-19 vaccines, working from home, private prisons, and more. Here are some February highlights: Number of people […]

National honor reflects La Salle’s strong commitment to first-generation student success. La Salle University has been named a 2021-22 First-Gen Forward Institution by the Center for First-Generation Student Success, a […]

The three-year fundraising campaign for La Salle’s Honors Program crossed an important threshold. For T.J. McCarrick, Esq., B.A. ’12, La Salle University changed his life. In particular, the Honors Program […]

La Salle student ambassadors are recognizing fellow Explorers for compliance with COVID-19 protocol. La Salle University student ambassadors this semester are fanning out across campus looking to catch fellow students […]

A record total from the third-annual Explorathon will benefit The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. Last weekend, La Salle University students worked individually to achieve a collective goal. They made phone […]

La Salle University has been recognized as a Military Friendly® institution by VIQTORY for its support of and resources for student veterans and active-duty military members. Institutions earning the Military […]

During a recent Zoom panel, La Salle professors explained the actions that led to the Capitol attack and how the country and society can respond. Graphic visuals crossed the screen—Americans […]