Tomorrow: Spring Break Information Session

Spring Break Service-Learning Trip to Cape Town, South Africa associated with Spring enrollment in ED 475 Education for Human Good.

Information session Wednesday morning 10/5 , 8 a.m., Dooling 128.



Campus Store Now Hiring

The Campus Store is looking for a part-time team leader.

Team Lead, Customer Service


This position works closely with the Store Manager to coordinate the work activities of team members including training on company, client, and store operating policies and programs as well as day-to-day store cashier operations and cash handling. Acts as leader on duty, responding to customer and team member concerns in absence of store manager, as well as opening and closing the store and ensuring all bookstore property and team members are safe and secure.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Leads the work activities of department team members, PT, and Temporary including:
    • Ensures shelves and other displays are stocked, restocked, and maintained according to company standards.
    • Ensures markups or markdowns are taken according to company directives.
  • Greets and assists customers with inquiries and purchases utilizing cash register to process payments and refunds and resolves escalated customer issues.
  • Partners to create and maintain a Hassle Free customer service culture, focused on solutions-based selling and an exceptional customer experience.
  • Verifies cashier daily balancing of cash drawers for accuracy while ensuring safe cash handling policies and procedures are followed including cash, checks, and credit/debit cards.
  • Coordinates the work activities of team members including scheduling and conducting training for new employees. Ensures that the team members understand and follow Corporate and store policies and procedures.
  • Receives and verifies orders and complete store reports.
  • May be a key holder and responsible for opening and/or closing the store.
  • Understands and processes website orders including picking merchandise and shipping orders.
  • Maintains neat and clean store and work areas.
  • May assist other team members with completing the work of the department.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • 1-3 years of previous customer service and/or retail experience.
  • Associates Degree or equivalent preferred.
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule including evening and weekend hours.
  • Able to consistently walk and stand; able to lift 25-50 pounds; ability to move merchandise using proper equipment.
  • Computer literacy; ability to operate store computer.

This position requires availability during our store hours Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Fridays 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Total hours will be up to 29 hours per week.

Please visit for more details.


Wellness Fair Raffle Winners

Thank you to all the DeSales employees who came to the Wellness Fair on 9/29. We had a great turnout! Below are the raffle winners from the fair:

Follett Basket – Tammi Eccleston

Athletic Basket #1 – Joyce Farmer

Athletic Basket #2 – Amy Best

Athletic Basket #3 – Joann Haws

Massage Gift Certificate – Kathy Diamandopoulos

Aardvark Gift Certificate – Amy Diehl

Spin Class Gift Certificate – Ariana Dixon

Mountain Bike GRAND PRIZE – Evelyn Disla-Hernandez

Thank you again to those of you who attended! Be sure to look out for more Wellness Taskforce events coming soon.



October P.E.P. Talk Newsletter


All Things Fall

October is an exciting month. We break out our fall clothes, adorn ourselves in pink to raise awareness, and hit up our local coffee shop for the best in seasonal flavors. The October P.E.P. Talk newsletter has great tips on how to make all of these activities more fun, and a little bit healthier this year. Download and share the newsletter today!

Click here to download newsletter



Operation Troop Appreciation Fundraiser

We need your help!

The PA Program is collecting items for Operation Troop Appreciation. These items will go to military men and women currently serving overseas or those just returning home. Items need to be collected by October 12. Please drop items off in the PA Office up in Gambet.

We are collecting the following items:

Multi-purpose cleaner, dishwasher liquid, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, laundry sheets, SOS pads, kitchen trash bags, large trash bags, buckets, shave gel for ladies (nothing aerosol), Qtips, eye drops, pain relief meds, men’s deodorant, men’s razors (triple blade or higher), small tissues, cookies, coffee, chips or pretzels (in a box not a bag), sunflower seeds. No popcorn please.

Thank you!


Save A Pair, Dye Your Hair! 10/6


Join Colleges Against Cancer Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Dye a strand of your hair PINK, enjoy coloring, and some snacks this Thursday, 10/6 in McShea Commons, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

With the low donation of $3 for dye and $5 for bleach and dye, you will be able to help save a pair, by dying your hair!

Proceeds donated to American Cancer Society and the Making Strides of Lehigh Valley.


Students: Join Energy Economics Organization

I am reaching out inviting you to join the Students Chapter of the United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) at Lehigh University. USAEE is a professional organization aiming to advance the understanding and application of economics across all facets of energy development and usage.

This is a collaboration effort with Lehigh University inviting DeSales University to this Students Chapter. This Chapter of USAEE offers speaker series, workshops, discussions, and networking events with the support of eminent industry leaders and first-hand technology shapers. If you are interested in joining, please contact Dr. Hojjat at