La Salle online students have access to a wide range of support services to complement their online learning.
The university's Helpdesk is available for assistance with technical support. To put in a request for help or to chat with the university's Helpdesk during regular business hours:
Qualified students with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations. Auxiliary aids and services, if required, include modification in examinations, note-takers, sign language, interpreters, tutoring, etc. To request accommodations, contact the Affirmative Action Officer at least two months before the start of the semester.
- Call 215-951-1014
- Visit lasalle.edu/military/disability-services
The mission of the Connelly Library is to promote the pursuit of knowledge by means of all appropriate media. The library faculty, assisted by library staff, has the primary responsibility for defining, developing and organizing the library's collections, services and facilities necessary to this pursuit. Library faculty share with the other members of the University community the responsibility for the education of students as independent learners and critical thinkers.
For research assistance and using Library resources, the Information Desk is the Connelly Library's primary service point for assistance. Reference librarians are on hand to help you locate and use library materials and online resources. For more information on reference librarian hours and how to contact us, visit: library.lasalle.edu/help/ask-a-librarian.
At La Salle University, education is an invaluable, lifelong investment, and through a variety of financial aid resources—including scholarships, grants, federal and alternative loans, and tuition exchange—you may be surprised at how affordable it really is.
Our office is ready and eager to help. To contact the La Salle Office of Financial Aid, call 215-951-1070 or email email@example.com. The mailing address is:La Salle University
Office of Financial Aid
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141
As you complete your coursework for your La Salle online degree, keep in mind the following steps you must complete in order to graduate:
- Apply to graduate. To apply, log on to the mylasalle portal, and under the Student tab, select Apply for Graduation.
Complete your exit interview. All graduating seniors who have borrowed under the Federal Perkins Loan Program must complete an exit interview as required by the federal government. If a student does not complete the exit interview, a hold will be placed on the student's account; grades, diplomas, transcripts, etc., will not be released.
All graduating students who have borrowed under the Federal Direct Loan Program must complete an exit interview as required by the federal government. Exit interviews can be completed online at studentloans.gov. After completing the exit interview, please print a copy for your records.
Note: Graduating seniors who borrowed both Federal Perkins and Direct loans must complete two exit interviews.
- Clear up your holds. The University Registrar reserves the right to withhold the diploma and/or transcript of any graduate who has an unfulfilled obligation to the University (academic, disciplinary, library, financial, etc.). Students may view their holds by accessing Br. LUWIS on the mylasalle portal.
For more information on graduation deadlines or on-campus commencement ceremonies, visit lasalle.edu/commencement.
Online students have access to career planning tools and job search preparation, including online webinars, mock interviews, and resume reviews.
To contact La Salle Career Services, call 215-951-1075 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall & Spring Semesters
Monday - Thursday: 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.*
Friday: 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.
Monday - Friday: 8:15a.m. – 5:30p.m.
*We now offer evening appointments Monday – Thursday between 4:30 and 6:30p.m. Call 215-951-1075 to schedule an appointment.