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To the University community: Today, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health issued an adjustment to its indoor masking policy. This announcement followed one late last week from the Centers for Disease […]

The Susan Dunleavy Collection of Biblical Literature takes a step into history. A visit to Connelly Library can provide more than necessary materials for a research paper, particularly during La […]

La Salle University’s Mission and Heritage Month is a time each year for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to reflect on and celebrate the University’s mission and core values. From […]

Commencement 2022 details

February 28, 2022

To the University community: I am excited to share that we have reserved May 13-14 for Commencement Weekend. Baccalaureate Mass is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, May 13 at McCarthy […]

If you study or work at La Salle University, chances are you know a thing or two about the mylasalle Portal. It’s an essential tool around here. And here’s why: […]

Praying for Ukraine

February 25, 2022

To the University community: We are bearing witness to “a grave moment in history.” This is how the Most Reverend Nelson J. Perez, Archbishop of Philadelphia, described the unprovoked military […]

La Salle earned plenty of media attention from city and regional news outlets following the University’s introduction of Daniel J. Allen, Ph.D., as its 30th President. Here are some highlights […]

Celebrating Lent at La Salle

February 22, 2022

Lent begins with Ash Wednesday and concludes with Holy Week in April. La Salle University Ministry, Service, and Support (UMSS) has developed the following schedule of Masses, programs, and events […]

From mRNA vaccines to policy change, La Salle University faculty weigh in on how the world will be forever changed by the coronavirus pandemic.   The world changed in early 2020.   […]

Daniel J. Allen, Ph.D., who begins his La Salle presidency on April 18, met with Christian Brothers, students, faculty, and staff during a two-day visit. This week, Explorers had their […]