At La Salle University, you’ll quickly find your home away from home. With roughly 133 picturesque acres to explore, you’ll have plenty of space on our campus to socialize, study, or simply relax. Learn more.
Living Learning Communities (LLC) are on-campus residential communities that bring students together who share similar interests, hobbies, and lifestyles.
If you choose one of our six LLCs, you will be part of a tight-knit community living together in an LLC-specific area of one of our residential halls. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with each other and with student, staff, and faculty mentors, while attending events, speakers, and programs specific to your LLC. Students will work together with the guidance of their Resident Adviser (RA) and other advisers to shape their learning experiences and take responsibility for their shared community.
St. Neumann Hall is La Salle’s dog-friendly residence. While Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are permitted for students in need, this policy allows students to own approved dogs on-campus as pets. Amenities include a dog-run for exercise and a dog-friendly lounge space. Upperclassmen who choose to live in St. Neumann Hall may apply to bring an approved dog with them to campus. Important information to note: