Miller-Keystone Blood Drive, 4/3

Miller-Keystone will be in McShea from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Monday, April 3, for the last DSU blood drive of the semester. Please email jaime.gerhart@desales.edu with available donation times; appointments are available every 20 minutes. OR, register online at www.giveapint.org.

Questions? jaime.gerhart@desales.edu

Registration for Fall Classes

In order to register for fall courses, students must consult with their academic advisors to obtain clearance to register between Monday, April 3 and Friday, April 7.

As preparation for this meeting, you should review your progress toward meeting course requirements and create a list of possible courses for the upcoming fall 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 schedule will be posted on March 27 at MyDSU (Departments & Offices > Registrar’s Office).

You should also check your WebAdvisor account to learn when you may begin registering for your courses. After logging in, click on “Registration Status and Time.” For most students, this screen will indicate that they may register between April 10 and April 13. 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

 

 

Academic Excellence Address Competition

To: The University Community
From: Karen Walton
Re: Academic Excellence Address Competition
Date: March 23, 2017

On Wednesday, March 22, the Academic Oversight Committee, consisting of the five Division Heads; the Deans of Undergraduate Education, Graduate Education and Lifelong Learning; and the Provost, had the pleasure of listening to the speeches that were presented by the following students who won the Academic Excellence Address Competitions in their divisions:

Ashley Acri
Jennifer Blandino
Tyle Davis
Kayleigh Downey
Alison Dyszel
Evelyn Galarza
Jenna Haydt
Ricardo Mulatre
Ayesha Riaz
Kyle Sheehan [Read more…]

HAZMAT Drill in Hurd Science Center, 3/28

The DeSales University Emergency Services Department will be conducting a HAZMAT drill on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

The drill will simulate a chemical accident in one of the chemistry labs in the Hurd Science Center. During the drill, all occupants of the Hurd Science Center will be evacuated via the fire alarm system and all HVAC systems in the building will be temporarily shut down, in an effort to test the University’s response to such an event. The drill will begin at approximately 2:00 p.m.

All components of the Campus Emergency Alert System (CEALS) will be utilized during this drill, i.e. e2Campus, Big Voice, and the Visiplex indoor mass notification system. Please follow the instructions provided by CEALS. The drill will end at approximately 2:15 p.m.

Below are vital instructions to follow for the upcoming drill:

  • All occupants present at the time of the drill in the Hurd Science Center will be asked to evacuate the building, upon activation of the fire alarm system, and follow instructions provided by CEALS.
  • Occupants of other campus buildings are asked to avoid the Hurd Science Center and its immediate vicinity during the drill. We ask you to become familiar with all components of CEALS.
  • Please follow instructions broadcasted via the Campus Emergency Alert System (CEALS)

If you have not yet signed up for the e2Campus system, please sign up at: https://www.e2campus.net/my/desales/signup.htm.

Please send all feedback on the test to Dennis Rasley, Director of Emergency Services, at dennis.rasley@desales.edu or ext. 1513

Thank you in advance for your cooperation in making DeSales University a safer place for our faculty, staff, and students. 

Questions or concerns? dennis.rasley@desales.edu or ext. 1513

Today: CRS Solidarity Lunch Series for Students, Faculty, and Staff

A free meatless simple meal that is a common dish in a country where CRS serves.

Come and enjoy the meal while learning and praying for our brothers and sisters in need.

This week’s focus is the country of Zambia and the Catholic Social Teaching “Dignity of the Human Person.”

Friday, March 24 at Noon in Danko, McShea

Questions? Magdalene.Riggins@desales.edu