Retire at various times into the solitude of your own heart, even while outwardly engaged in discussions or transactions with others, and talk to God. Saint Francis DeSales
In order to register for fall courses, students must consult with their academic advisors and obtain clearance to register between Monday, April 9 and Friday, April 13.
As preparation for this meeting, you should review your progress toward meeting course requirements and create a list of possible courses for the upcoming semester. To do this, use the Academic Evaluation feature in WebAdvisor (Academic Planning > Academic Evaluation) and/or the graduation requirement form for your major (available at www.desales.edu/gradforms). The fall course schedule will be posted at MyDSU (Departments & Offices > Registrar’s Office) on Wednesday, April 4.
You should also check your WebAdvisor account to learn when you may begin registering for your classes. After logging in, click on “Registration Status and Time.” For most students, this screen will indicate that they may register at some time between April 16 and April 19. However, please note that some students may see a “hold,” which restricts them from registering. If you are one of these students, you must clear up the related matter before you may register.
Questions? Please contact your academic advisor.
The DeSales University Emergency Services Department, in conjunction with the University Police Department, will be conducting a University-wide lockdown drill on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. The drill will simulate a campus-wide lockdown and will begin at approximately 10:50 a.m. All components of the Campus Emergency Alert System (CEALS) will be utilized during this drill, i.e. e2Campus, Big Voice, and the Visiplex system currently installed in all academic/administrative buildings and the University Villages. Please follow the instructions provided from the CEALS. The drill will end at approximately 11:10 a.m. Below are vital instructions to follow for the upcoming drill:
- Close and lock all doors
- Move away from, and out of sight of the door
- Turn off all light sources and switch cell phones to silent mode
- Remain quiet
- Seek concealment underneath a desk or behind another piece of furniture
- Stay away from windows and remain as low to the floor as possible
- Remain in your area until directed by University Police
- If outside, hide and stay out of view as much as possible. The objective is to have no people visible. This may mean hiding between cars in the parking lot. DO NOT attempt to enter the buildings.
- Please familiarize yourself with the Campus Emergency Instruction placards located in each classroom. The placards provide vital information on the steps to take to ensure your safety during a campus emergency.
Everyone must seek shelter or a safe area and wait for further instructions from the Campus Emergency Alert System. Drills assist us in practicing how to stay safe in the event of a campus emergency.
Questions or concerns? email@example.com or ext. 1513
Attention graduating seniors! Have you completed an internship for credit? Join the Career Development Center staff, site supervisors, and faculty for refreshments and certificates in recognition of your achievement!
Wednesday, March 28 – 6 p.m. – Kender Room at McShea Student Union
Students are invited for an hour of reflection on Peter, Pilate, and Judas’ response to the presence of Jesus in their lives. This evening is a wonderful opportunity to prepare for the Easter Triduum. Appetizers will be served. Confessions follow at Wills Hall beginning at 7 p.m.
Questions? Magdalene.Riggins@desales.edu or Timothy.McIntire@desales.edu
Menu for Wednesday, 3/28/2018
- Loaded Potato
- Salad: Chicken Taco Pasta Salad
- Bistro: Kansas City Pulled Pork, Pulled Chicken BBQ, BBQ Tofu, Shrimp Po’boy Sandwich, 5 Cheese Mac and Cheese, Rice, Vegetables
- Grill: Cheddar Brat Bar
- Grill LTO: Asian Grilled Skirt Steak & Mushroom Sandwich
- Deli LTO: Broadway Deli Triple Threat Sandwich-Corned Beef, Swiss Cheese, Turkey & Roast Beef Sandwich on Rye Bread with Creamy Cole Slaw & Thousand Island Dressing
- Sauté: Easter Dinner Steak Night
- Bistro: Tilapia Florentine, Chicken Romano, Broccoli Cheese and Rice Casserole, Cheese Stuffed Shells, Vegetables
*Some menu items are subject to change [Read more…]
Have you ever wondered what to do when technology fails during your class? This workshop will go over technology troubleshooting tips, creating a back-up teaching plan, and preparing a “no-tech” option. Plus, come check out the new Dooling Auditorium! Presented by Mike Yorgey and Tom Cobb of DEIT.
Questions? Contact DEIT at 610.282.1100, x2290, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday (March 29) Class Schedule:
This Thursday, the day before Good Friday, will follow a Monday schedule.