La Salle University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
La Salle is smaller than other schools in Philadelphia. My favorite part of La Salle was the small class sizes and the accessibility to professors. Throughout my 4 years, I did not have a single professor that did not know my name and email. Every faculty member was always willing and happy to provide any help you need. Campus is in a rough area in North Philly. I certainly didn't travel off campus alone, however was comfortable walking on campus after dark. There are several security booths scattered across campus and many emergency call posts. Class sizes and the helpful, caring faculty are definitely the biggest pros of La Salle.
LaSalle was the perfect school for me! It's not too big and you get to recognize everyone's face. LaSalle Education department is amazing and I felt fully prepared entering the Philadelphia School District immediately after graduation. I would absolutely recommend LaSalle to any aspiring educator!
It's was a great experience. It was a very service oriented school. It instilled a since of community in me. I was able to view myself in a global light through travel opportunities as LGU minor. There was always a place for me at La Salle I felt included but also connected to others through our multicultural organizations. My time a La Salle has instilled a passion in me to serve those that are less fortunate.
La Salle University is an all-around great school. They are very encouraging and uphold a strong diversity. I am now in their graduate's program perusing my Master's in Information Technology Leadership. La Salle is great and I am also enjoying their graduate program as well.
Nice personalized environment with faculty. Is good if you are excited to learn and want classes that are not too big. Give out some scholarships but base tuition is about average. Inconvenient location if you want to go out around Center City. Could offer better internship relationships with companies.
I enjoyed the Communication Department at La Salle. I also ran Track. I think it helps to belong to an extra-curricular at this school, as most students were part of a sports team or fraternity/sorority. I thought La Salle did a good job at preparing me to get a career. I did feel that it was very much of a "suitcase" school - I would also pack up and head home on the weekends. It is a very small school, which is also something to take into consideration. If I had to do it over again, I would probably go elsewhere. But, I do recommend their Communication program.