Join us for the 33rd Annual Black Tie Dinner Dance

Faculty and Staff: You are invited to join us for the 33rd Annual Black Tie Dinner Dance. More than 700 people will be enjoying this wonderful evening! Be among the crowd . . .  to dine on elegant food and dance the night away.

You just can’t miss the Polynesian Enchantment celebration.

It’s all happening Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Billera Hall which will be transformed into a tropical paradise.

While the regular admission this year increased to $225, we have kept a very special admission price of $175 per person for faculty and staff (and spouse or guest).  And, for your convenience, payments can be made in installments via payroll deduction over and extended time frame, check or credit card.

The Dinner Dance is the University’s largest fundraising event in support of our student financial aid program, which helps the 96% of students who receive some form of aid.

Contact Diane Moeser at ext. 1307 or email to reserve your seat.


In addition, if there is anyone you think may be interested in attending the Dinner Dance, please ask Diane for a formal invitation. Regular admission is $225 per person.


Spring Break Dining Hours

Dining Services Spring Break Hours of Operation, March 3 – 7, 2014

Food Court:  Monday – Friday,  9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Skylight Lounge:  Monday – Thursday, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Gambet Café:  Monday – Thursday, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Power Outage To Connect High Voltage from Main Campus to Upper Class Village

On Tuesday March 4 , electrical contractor, Orlando Diefenderfer will be shutting down high voltage to DeChantal Hall and Labuda Theatre from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM to connect High Voltage from Main Campus to Upper Classman Village. Please shutdown all  computers, fax machines, printers and electronic devices for event.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Jim Molchany, Director of Facilities, at Ext. 1644.

Salesian Quote of the Day!

Fr. Louis Brisson
Fr. Louis Brisson

“In difficult questions, if contradicting opinions clash, you may certainly also defend your point of view. However, do it with much charm and goodwill so that from the very beginning your opinion succeeds on grounds of the conciliatory tone, and so you make a big impression by skilful action.”

– Fr. Brisson (Chapter 1891)