Are you Graduating this Spring? You Need to Attend Exit Counseling

All graduating students who borrowed loans from the Federal DL Program, Perkins, and/or HHS Nursing programs are required to attend an Exit Interview meeting during one of the sessions listed below. See your email, sent on 4/16/18, for specific details.

The sessions will be held at the following times in the Trexler Computer Lab (TRX*TCC):

Tuesday, April 24 at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. & 3 p.m.

Please bring your driver’s license and the addresses/phone numbers for your next of kin and for two other references. The log in page will require your Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID). If you forgot your FSA ID or to request one, go to

Questions? or 610.282.1100, ext. 1287

Sneak Peek! New Website Design

We’re hard at work completely rebuilding a new! The new site will launch this August. We hope you enjoy this special preview!

Please note these images are just mock-ups – they don’t function yet.

A preview of the new site on a mobile device.

A preview of the new homepage as viewed on a mobile device.


New Homepage Preview

A preview of the new homepage as viewed on a desktop.

In our new web design, DeSales’ traditional navy and scarlet are accentuated with pops of green and bright yellow and orange — evoking our lush campus, friendly atmosphere, and stained glass windows.

A combination of sans serif and serif fonts gives the site a fresh, modern feel punctuated by a sense of tradition and gravitas. The same body copy is also used on our athletics website, and so provides a sense of consistency across the DeSales brand.

Get a sneak peek of the new design here:

As we move further along in this process there are sure to be more updates, tweaks, and adjustments along the way.

Do you have feedback on the design? Please share it here

(There’s a link to the feedback form on the design page, too.)


Sneak Peek: New Website Wireframe

The website redesign is underway! Our target for launch is August 2018. We’d love your feedback on an important and exciting stage of the project: the wireframe!

The wireframe contains a sampling of the different types of pages for our new website. It’s a bare-bones blueprint that shows where things will go and how the navigation will work — but it’s completely devoid of design elements. You won’t see any fonts, colors or graphics just yet; but, you will see examples of how the new navigation menus will work and the different kinds of building blocks we’ll use to highlight our content.  (Note: The wireframe is NOT mobile friendly, but the new site will be.)

Please go to to find additional project information and the link to the wireframe & feedback form. To remain on target for launch, please submit your feedback by the end of business Friday, 3/23.

Thank you for being a part of this very exciting process!

Next steps: design – fonts, colors, images, videos, and FUN! We will be gathering your feedback on that later this Spring.



SNA Meeting, 3/19

Attention SNA members: Come out to the next SNA member meeting March 19 4-5 pm in Gambet 153.

What’s on the agenda?

• Did you order a TRAVEL MUG from our PA/SNA fundraiser? Come pick it up! *coffee mugs will be available for pick up at a later date*

• Don’t forget about the PALM FOLDING EVENT – fold palms for patients in St. Luke’s and Sacred Heart Hospitals on Wednesday March 21st @ 5PM in Gambet 206!

• Who are going to be your voices for SNA next year? Come out and participate in ELECTIONS!

• Feeling LUCKY? Your attendance will be your chance to win one of three raffle prizes!

• Hot hors d’oeuvres will be served, hope to see you there!

Questions? Arissa Snyder <>

Now on display at Trexler Library: Women’s History Month

Come check out the Women’s History Month display at Trexler Library.

“We Can Do It!” proclaims Rosie the Riveter, the now iconic image of American women supporting the home front during World War II. But did you know that Rosie was far from the first American woman to support the country through war?

March is celebrated as Women’s History Month, in recognition of the significant contributions women have made to American history. This year, Trexler Library is celebrating with a display titled “The Roles of America’s Women During Times of War.”

Women’s participation in American wartime spans from our earliest days as a country to modern warfare. For example, Sybil Ludington rode twice as far as Paul Revere to alert militia forces about advances of the British Army in 1777 and Jennie Hodgers posed as a man for three years to serve in the Union Army.

To learn more about these women and the many more who have served since then, visit our display in the Trexler Library lobby until the end of March. To view the resources used in the display and others in celebration of Women’s History Month, check out our corresponding guide:


Call for Proposals: The 2nd Annual LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium

Structures of Power in Information
Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 9:30am-3:30pm
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA

This event will bring together LVAIC faculty, librarians, and other educators invested in teaching students to think, research, and engage critically in today’s complicated information environment.

Whether implementing the scientific method, critiquing media, or evaluating data, our students are confronted by structures of power that influence their learning process. As educators, how do we confront our own assumptions and biases while also helping students develop the skills to navigate their own? What unseen barriers interrupt research? How can we learn from students, within and outside of the classroom, to improve the scholarly ecosystem?

Call for Proposals

We seek proposals for presentations that reveal successes and challenges in information literacy teaching and learning and inspire intercampus dialog about our future information literacy teaching practices.

Proposals from faculty, librarians, and/or other educators in all disciplines and levels welcome!

Proposal Deadline is March 23, 2018.

For further information, please visit the LVAIC Information Literacy

Or contact Debbie Malone at x 1253 or

Annual Around the World Res Life Event, 3/27

The Office of Residence Life, CSSJ and CAB are hosting the annual Around the World event on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, from 6PM to 8PM in McShea Hall.

We are calling for students, faculty and staff who are interested in sharing their cultures through art, food, history, religion, etc. to participate. We ask those who are interested to please email by Monday, March 19, 2018.

Everyone is welcomed!

For more information contact

Around the World at DeSales, March 27

Student Trip to NYC, 4/20

Sponsored by the Accounting and Finance Club – all students are welcome but space is limited.

This trip will include a stop at the New York Stock Exchange, a Museum, and a Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays game.

When: April 20

Time: 6:00 am till the end of the Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jay’s game. Transportation is provided.

If you would like to participate please sign-up by March 23 in the Gambet Center 242, Division of Business Suite with Mrs. Valerie Wolfenden.

To sign-up there is a $20 cash deposit which will be refunded on the day of the trip.

First 20 to sign-up will tour the NY Stock Exchange. Please bring a photo ID when you sign up: it must be submitted ahead of time to enter the NY Stock Exchange and you must have with you on the day of the event.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Bradley Barnhorst at extension 1624.