La Salle University: Partner College Profile

La Salle University: Partner College Profile

La Salle UniversityWould you like to earn a degree from a university that has a worldwide reputation for excellence? Are you preparing for a profession that is in demand, like corporate communications or management? Would you like to join a vibrant community of learners who are completing courses and working at the same time?

If you answered yes to those questions, we would like to introduce you to La Salle University’s College of Professional and Continuing Studies. It’s the newest addition to StraighterLine’s growing family of Partner Colleges. If you are not familiar with our Partner Colleges, CLICK HERE. They are excellent colleges and universities that open their doors to students who have completed online college courses without making them go through a regular application process.

Here are some reasons why La Salle University’s College of Professional and Continuing Studies is a great choice for you . . .

  • La Salle created the College to address the specific needs of adult learners who are working.
  • The College of Professional and Continuing Studies reflects the mission of the Christian Brothers who founded La Salle and their dedication to teaching adult learners.
  • If you choose to attend La Salle University, you can take courses on three Pennsylvania campuses: the main campus in Philadelphia, the Bucks County Center in Newtown, or the Montgomery County Center in Plymouth Meeting.
  • After graduation, you will join a group of more than 10,000 adult learners who have received their bachelor's degrees at La Salle. You will also be part of La Salle University’s alumni network of more than 47,000 graduates worldwide.

If La Salle’s programs and proven excellence appeal to you, visit our Partners School directory or La Salle University’s Partner College page. La Salle is a great university that merits your consideration and thanks to StraighterLine, starting your studies there is easier than ever before.

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