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Student activities

  • Based on the physical distancing guidelines associated with COVID-19, many student activities and events will look and feel different than those to which our students, faculty, and staff have grown All University-sponsored activities, and activities hosted by student organizations, must abide by the guidelines set forth in this document. Determinations about size, location, and format of student programming will be evaluated by the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.


  • Meeting spaces and common areas will have a reduced capacity and may be reconfigured to account for adherence to physical distancing.


  • Late Night La Salle will continue to offer weekly programs on every Friday and Saturday evening that classes are in session.


  • Student Wellness Services will continue to offer Meditation Monday and Wellness Wednesday programming.


  • The Live at La Salle Programming Series will continue to bring large scale programs hosted and streamed live from our campus.


  • The new Esports initiative will include formation of an Esports club, an Esports Living and Learning Community, and monthly Esports events, tournaments and seminars.


  • A partnership with Urban Athletes continues to bring students, faculty and staff virtual (and when permitted, limited in-person) workout opportunities. Stay tuned for information about subsidized and reduced rate opportunities.


  • Student organizations can continue to host virtual meetings and events, reaching out to Campus Activities Center for assistance as needed.


  • Spring Involvement Week during the week of January 26, 2021, will include a virtual Activities Fair.


  • Welcome Weeks from January 19 – 31 will welcome students back to campus and will include special events for new students as well as targeted programming for commuter and off-campus students and First-Generation students. While many of the programs will necessarily be virtual, there will be tabling opportunities for COVID-19-compliant welcome packs, snacks and giveaways.


  • University Ministry, Service and Support will offer spiritual, leadership and service opportunities and will continue offering community service opportunities.


  • Off-campus, non-University sanctioned events are also expected to follow the guidelines set forth in this Information about how our student community can work to keep each other healthy and safe by reporting COVID-19 non-compliant activities will be forthcoming.