Don’t be Kept Out of the Loop: Sign Up for e2Campus Today!

The most important way to get emergency messages is e2Campus! All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to enroll in the e2Campus system. You will need your email address, cell phone number, and the name of your cell phone carrier.

If you have previously signed up for e2Campus, you do not need to sign-up again for the system. If you are currently signed up and are not receiving messages, please contact Dennis Rasley at ext. 1513 or by email at

  • Go to
  • Click on “Sign Up” on the upper right hand corner of the page.
  • Create a username and password and enter your first and last name
  • Select your affiliation in the optional groups section, i.e. All Residents, Bethlehem Area Campus, Commuters, Canter Valley Faculty, Center Valley Staff and Administration, Lansdale Area Campus, or Online Only
  • Agree to the terms of use and click “Create account”
  • Remember to record your user name and password in a safe place so you can easily get back into the system to make changes.
  • Once you enter your cell phone number and provider, you will receive a text message from 79516 with your validation code. Enter your validation code in the box and click validate. If successfully validated, your cell phone number(s) and carrier(s) will be listed in the “SMS Numbers” menu.
  • If you would like to receive alerts via email, enter your email address in the “Email Addresses” tab and then follow the provider instructions to validate your email address.
  • You are now signed up for e2Campus at DeSales University!
  • Your account will expire four years from your sign-up date.

If you have any difficulties or experience any problems in signing up for e2Campus, please contact Dennis Rasley, Director of Emergency Services, at 610-282-1100, ext. 1513 or

Last Chance To Register: Community Thanksgiving Dinner (DUCsgiving!)


To all full-time students, full-time faculty, and full-time staff:

Thanksgiving is an important part of our nation’s religious tradition and a significant holiday for us. We have many reasons to be thankful.

I hope that each one of you spends time in the company of loved ones.

To get the Thanksgiving holiday off to a great start, you are invited to the DeSales University Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday, November 19 from 4:30 – 7:00PM in the University Center.  The Student Life office will provide music during dinner.

If you are not on the meal plan, but wish to attend, you must register online by Thursday afternoon, November 15. Please be prepared to show your DeSales identification at the door. Because of the tremendous turnout for this event, participation is limited to full-time students and employees. We hope that you will be a part of this fun evening.

Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving Holiday!

Register Now!

Questions? Please contact Mary Gotzon at ext. 2030 or

Flee the Flu: A Message from the Emergency Services Department

As the flu season returns, here are some tips:

  • The best way to prevent or lessen the severity of the flu is to get a flu shot
  • FREQUENTLY wash your hands with soap and warm water
  • Use hand sanitizer when warm water and soap are not readily available
  • Cough or sneeze into the crook of your elbow or into a tissue, which you should throw away ASAP
  • If you get the flu, there are good prescription flu medicines available through your doctor
  • Self-isolate—don’t come into class or work for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone
  • Here’s the bottom line: vaccination—good hygiene—social distancing


This Afternoon: Student Writing: Show Your Thankfulness During the Thanksgiving Season

Students, help advancement show DeSales donors that you are thankful for their support. Join us to write thank you letters to be sent to donors for the Thanksgiving season, on:

  • Thursday 11/15 from 3:00-5:00 at the Commons

You do not need to stay the entire time if you are not able to. Freshman will receive 1 wildcard point for Character U if you attend!

Interested in writing a letter but can’t make it? Contact Olivia at

Award Winning Films Screened in Annual Screendance Festival

Join the Dance and TV/Film departments for the annual Screendance Festival tonight, Thursday, November 15 (8:00 PM) and Sunday November 18 (8:00 PM) in the Gambet Center on the DeSales University Center Valley campus.

The DeSales Screendance Festival showcases the exciting art form of Screen-dance, a hybrid art form of dance and film that blends the technological craft of filmmaking with the vibrancy and brilliance of human movement.

The festival is a two-night event. It opens tonight, Thursday, November 15 at 8:00 PM with a screening of international, award-winning dance films selected in partnership with the Dance Films Association.  The festival then continues three days later on Sunday night, November 18 at 8:00 PM for a screening of the slate of student films created in the very popular 48-Hour Screendance Challenge.

In an effort designed to foster collaborations between the DeSales University Dance, Theatre and TV/Film majors, students work together to conceive, choreograph, light, shoot and edit a film in just 48 hours. The dance films created in the 48-Hour Screendance Challenge will be adjudicated and festival awards will be announced.

The DeSales University Screendance Festival screenings are free events. However tickets are required and must be acquired in advance. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, or to acquire tickets, call the Labuda Center box office at 610-282-3192 or visit

Tonight: Night Out for Hunger & Homelessness Awareness

This week is Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. Please join us tonight:

Thursday-Friday November 15-16 — Night Out, 9PM-6AM
Dorothy Day Commons
Sleeping outside to raise awareness, funds, and food for the homeless in America.


Can’t make it tonight? Please join us at this weekend:

Saturday November 17 — Allentown Rescue Mission Food Drive, 10AM-3PM
Depart from Dorothy Day Commons at 9:30AM
Food/Toiletry collection for the Allentown Rescue Mission.

For additional information on Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week, visit