Character U Mentors Needed for 2019-2020

Want to be a leader on campus?
Want to expand your leadership skills?
Want to be part of the largest network on campus?

Character U mentor applications are now available for 2019-2020.  Applications can be found on Engage under DeSales Experience or can be picked up in the DeSales Experience office in Day Union.  All applications will be due February 1, 2019.


Finals Week Events at Trexler Library

Library FInals EventsTrexler Library will host events throughout finals week to help students destress and take a break from studying.

All week there will be coloring and puzzles in the lobby, trivia on our social media pages (@desales_trexler) with a Dunkin Donuts gift card as the prize, and free stress balls.

Our daily events take place in the library lobby and are as follows:

  • Monday, December 10
    Donuts and Coffee, 8:30AM
  • Tuesday, December 11
    Decorate a Cupcake, 3PM while supplies last
  • Wednesday, December 12
    Coffee and Snacks, 2PM and 7PM
    Pet a Puppy, 8-9PM
  • Thursday, December 13
    Yoga and Tea, 2PM
  • Friday, December 14
    Hot Chocolate Bar, 10AM

Winter Minimester Courses For Traditional Day Students

A Winter Minimester will be offered through the ACCESS Program from December 23 through January 12

These are three-week, totally online courses. The cost to register is $1464 per three-credit course ($488 per credit). Costs for these Winter Minimester courses are NOT part of the regular full-time day semester tuition plan. Visit us on WebAdvisor under 2019 Winter ACCESS. Deadline to register for these courses is December 19, 2018.

The following courses will be available during the 2018-2019 Wintermester:

  • CJ109   Crime and Society: MOT/Social Science
  • CS105  Introduction to Computer Applications
  • CS475  Ethics and Technology: Values Seminar
  • ED313  Literature for Children and Youth: Humanities IV
  • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
  • EN110  Introduction to Poetry
  • EN250  American Romanticism: Humanities IV
  • FA334  Classical, Gothic and Renaissance Art: Humanities III
  • FA370  Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
  • HI202   Western Civilization since 1600 A.D.: Humanities II
  • HI213   American Civilization I: Humanities I
  • MG100 Introduction to Business
  • MK201 Principles of Marketing
  • PL109  Philosophical Thinking: MOT/Philosophy
  • PO302 Democracy in America: Humanities IV
  • PS109  Introduction to Psychology: MOT/Social Science
  • PS240  Human Development
  • SO109  Introduction to Sociology
  • TH109  Catholic Theology
  • TH262  Medicine and Morality


Monday: Annual Holiday Buffet

Please join The Registrar’s Office for our ANNUAL HOLIDAY BUFFET on Monday, December 10 from 10:00AM-2:00PM.

If you would like to contribute to our buffet, the sign-up sheet has been posted on the counter in our office.

Come join us and celebrate the holiday season and the end of the fall semester!