Mark your calendar: FREE movie series “Reel to Real” starts Thursday *Character U Point*

The Salesian Center for Faith & Culture sponsors special movie events to generate discussions on a particular topic of interest. Each film will be shown in the GAMBET CENTER AUDITORIUM at 7:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) The first ‘Reel to REAL’ movie, Loving, will be shown on Thursday, Oct. 11 @ 7 pm. FREE and open to the public and free popcorn! No tickets are required. *Character U points available.*

Loving is a 2016 British-American historical drama film which tells the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, the plaintiffs in the 1967 U.S. Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia, which invalidated state laws prohibiting interracial marriage. Watch the trailer here.

Learn more about the Reel to REEL movie series


Faculty: needs your photo!

Faculty, you are the Atlases of our academic institution — the DeSales reputation for academic excellence rests on your capable shoulders. To let our prospective students know what rock stars you are, we’re updating the faculty profiles on our website to better highlight your accomplishments and smiling faces. 🙂

This semester, we’ll be taking new faculty profile headshots on Wednesday afternoons and Thursday mornings. Please sign up for you photo session here:

If you’re unable to make any of these time-slots or would prefer to arrange a session for an entire department, please email the HelpDesk at

NOTE: We’re currently posting profiles for full-time faculty members only. If you’re an adjunct, you don’t need a photo (yet … stay tuned for more info on adjunct profiles in the future).


DPT Program seeking volunteers for an Infant/Toddler Lab

The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at DeSales University is seeking infant and toddler volunteers for a laboratory session on Monday October 22, 2018.  The lab will run between 9:00 am to noon.

We are looking for infants and toddlers and a parent to come in for approximately one hour to interact with second year DPT students and faculty.  Students, under the direct supervision of faculty members, will be working on observation and assessment of gross motor skills across this age group.  Students and faculty will also utilize standardized assessments and also apply some intervention skills within this lab.

If you have a child between the ages of 2 months and 18 months and are willing to participate in this lab session, please contact Sue Migliore at or 610-282-1100 x 2145 to register and select a time slot to come in.

How Many “Likes” Is Your Life Worth?

How many “likes” is your life worth is a PACE program that will be held on Wednesday October 10th  from 3-4 p.m. in Dorothy Day Kender. This program talks about how SOCIAL MEDIA can affect your whole body image both positively and negatively. Learn about how you can have a more positive whole body image in general and how you can help your friends out! Stay tuned, this will be an ongoing program throughout the semester!

Freshmen get a Character U point and FREE TECH RAFFLES!


DUC Lot Closing Tomorrow

DeSales is hosting a large event in the DUC on the evening of Wednesday, October 10, 2018.  The parking lot will be closed at 2PM and will remain so until 8PM. The lot will remain congested until 10PM. Overflow parking will be sent to the front lot of Billera Hall as needed.

Over two hundred and fifty attendees are registered.


Internet Outage Postponed

The Internet Outage scheduled for Monday October 8 at 10AM was postponed. Once a new date has been confirmed, another outage notification will be posted.

Sorry for any inconvenience.
The IT and Telecommunication Departments