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Student activities

Last updated: 7/1/2021

  • Student activities and campus events will continue to look and feel different than those to which our students, faculty, and staff are accustomed.  All University-sponsored activities and activities hosted by student organizations, must abide by the guidelines set forth in this plan. Determinations about size, location, and format of student programming will be evaluated by the Division of Student Development and Campus Life
  • Welcome Weeks will be held from August 30 – September 12 to welcome students back to campus and will include special events for new students in addition to targeted programming for our commuter and off-campus students and our first-generation students. While many of the larger programs will be virtual, there will be smaller in-person activities and tabling opportunities throughout the week as well.
  • Involvement Week, a featured part of Welcome Weeks, will be held between August 30 – September 3 in the Union Lobby and Patio, and will showcase involvement opportunities through Campus Activities as well as our student organizations.
  • Late Night La Salle in conjunction with the Campus Activities Center will continue to feature weekly programming and engagement opportunities for all students.
  • Student Wellness Services will continue to offer weekly wellness programming.
  • The Esports initiative continues this year with activities through the Esports Club, the Esports Living and Learning Community, and monthly Esports events, tournaments and seminars.
  • Student organizations should continue to host general body and executive board meetings virtually.  When hosting in-person student organization-sponsored events, organizations should reach out to the Campus Activities Center for assistance as needed.
  • 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 plan.  Our student community can work to keep each other healthy and safe by reporting COVID-19 non-compliant activities using the Incident Report available in the mylasalle Portal.