Students and their families kick off our One BIG Weekend with an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet.
Advance reservations are required.
Families of Dean’s List students are invited to celebrate their student’s accomplishments with the La Salle community in an academic ceremony with University President, Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., Brian Goldstein, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and faculty. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.
Join the La Salle community for "Piper" and "Beauty and the Beast." Popcorn and snacks will be provided.
All parents and families are invited to join Athletic Director, Bill Bradshaw, Coach Giannini, and Coach Williams for a meet and greet at 9 a.m. in Tom Gola Arena featuring the 2017-18 men’s and women's basketball teams.
Mike Prushan, Ph.D.,'96, Zeb Kramer, Ph.D., and their chemistry students will present a chemistry "magic" show that is sure to impress. Advance registration is required for planning purposes.
Michael Boyle, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science and William Weaver, Ph. D., Associate Professor, Integrated Science, Business and Technology will present on drone technology.
All alumni, parents, and families are invited to join Dr. Hanycz for our Taste of Philadelphia lunch featuring some of the most popular foods from the City of Brotherly Love.
Come one, come all! Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon for adults and children of all ages including music, snacks, carnival games, inflatables, prizes, and amusements! Admission is free but advance reservations are required for planning purposes.
Sponsored by the Resident Student Association.
Join Br. Ernest J. Miller, F.S.C., D. Min., Vice President for Mission as he presents on the Lasallian Mission of Faith, Service, and Community.
Students, families, and alums are encouraged to get creative with this afternoon painting party. Your painting is yours to keep as a memento.
Join David J. Cichowicz, Ph.D., Associate Dean, School of Arts & Sciences and Vincent Haas, Director, Strategic Partnership Development, School of Arts & Sciences, as they provide a presentation on the art of beer crafting and wine making. After the presentation, stick around for "Wine and Stein," a wine and beer tasting.
Enjoy an afternoon sampling wine and beer from two vineyards and two breweries around the Delaware Valley. Light refreshments will be served.
Here’s the Deal! You and your entire family are invited to an all-you-can-eat dinner that includes beer and wine, delicious desserts, music, and friendly games of chance. Try your luck at roulette, craps, and blackjack for a chance to win prizes. It’s Casino Night at La Salle and there’s lots to do, so get ready to party and bring your lucky charm, too!
Cheer for Blue and Gold as La Salle's men's soccer team takes on the URI Rams. #GoExplorers
Join students and alumni improv performers from the past 15 years as they return to La Salle for a hilarious blend of comedy and skill.
Please join the La Salle community as we come together to celebrate the Liturgy.
The De La Salle community is proud to host families at brunch.
Come out and meet many of the Christian Brothers who call La Salle home.
Cheer on the Explorers as they take on St. Francis University Red Flash.
Often noted as a hidden gem among Philadelphia's art community, the La Salle University Art Museum offers an impressive and diverse collection of original works in an intimate setting for the University community and general public. We invite you to visit and experience our newest exhibition, "Between Heaven and Hades: Journeys in Renaissance and Baroque Prints" will be on view along with paintings, drawings and sculptures from the Renaissance to the present.
Make time to visit the Connelly Library’s Special Collections, which include Imaginative Representations of the Vietnam War and the Holocaust, the Life and Works of Bob Dylan, the Susan Dunleavy Collection of Biblical Literature, and the Owen Wister Family Collection.
Family members visiting you during One Big Weekend and they wish to be your guest in a residential community, they can register in 2 ways:
Regardless of location, the registration process for guests during One Big Weekend is the same.
Please be aware that NO individuals under the age of 16 are permitted in the Residential Communities after 8 p.m.