First Sweet 16 Squad Meeting, 9/12

Do you want to get involved in helping promote athletic teams on campus? Do you want to help run halftime sporting events? Then you should definitely come to the first Sweet 16 Squad meeting on Wednesday, September 12 at 3pm in the MAC in McShea. It will be a lot of fun and a great way to gain valuable experience!


Men’s and Women’s Home Soccer Games

Do you want to get a FREE Rave movie ticket from Student Night Life? Then you should come out to all home men’s and women’s soccer games starting Wednesday, September 12 and participate in the halftime penalty kick for a chance to win a ticket! Show some school spirit and you may be picked!


First Faculty Colloquium, tomorrow, 9/12

The first Faculty Colloquium of the academic year will be held on Wednesday, September 12, at 3:00 p.m. in Dooling Room 128.  The Faculty Colloquium series is intended as an opportunity for faculty to gather and discuss ideas pertinent to the academy and/or to present and celebrate faculty achievements.

WHAT:  “Dies Academicus: The Role of Faculty Dialogue in the Life of a Catholic University”

WHO:    Panelists include Rev. Thomas Dailey, Dr. Rodney Howsare, Dr. Boyce Jubilan, Ms. Anne Lewis, and Rev. Robert Rutledge.

WHERE: Dooling 128

WHEN: 3:00 p.m.


For additional information, please contact Dr. Rodger Berg, Chair of the Academic Oversight Committee at

Flu Shots available, 10/10

Flu Shots will be available on campus Wednesday October 10 from 2pm to 4:30 pm in the Circle in front of Dooling (look for the St Luke’s mobile unit). Cost to be announced. Cash or check: Payable to St. Luke’s (Medicare accepted).


Tuition Exchange/Waiver Meetings, 9/26 & 9/27

Tuition Exchange/Waiver Meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, September 26 at 9:00 a.m. in the University Center Hurd Room and Thursday, September 27 at 1:00 p.m. in the University Center Heritage Room. 

One of the benefit offerings for full time employees of DeSales University is the opportunity to apply for and to participate in one of two Tuition Exchange scholarship programs available to eligible children of our staff and faculty.  Meetings to discuss these and the Tuition Waiver process will be held Wednesday, September 26th at 9:00 a.m. in the University Center Hurd Room and Thursday, September 27th at 1:00 p.m. in the University Center Heritage Room.

This meeting is primarily for our employees who are the parents of students entering their junior or senior year of high school this fall.   If you do not have a student in one of these categories but are interested in information for future reference you are also welcome to attend.  Come with your questions – members of our Admissions and Human Resources staff will be available to answer.

Please contact Donna Mikol in the Human Resource Office at ext. 1508 or Heather Black at ext. 1660 if you have scheduling conflicts and we will gladly send you related material and/or handouts from the meeting.

Blood Drive, 9/12

Blood Drive September 12, 8am-6:00pm

Miller-Keystone will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, Sept. 12 from 8am-6pm outside of the University Center.  Appointments are available in 15 minute time slots (8:00, 8:15, 8:30, etc), please email with your  name and time you would like to donate.  The first 95 people will receive a free t-shirt!


Environmental Stewardship Club meeting 9/11

The Environmental Stewardship Club will be having its first meeting on Tuesday September 11 at 7:30pm in the Hurd Center conference room (2nd floor).

We will be going over planned initiatives for this upcoming academic year, and welcome any new members and ideas.

For more information, contact Joseph (

Mandatory Residency Certification Form

This is a reminder that the provisions of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Act 32 require that every employee (including students with work study or institutional employment jobs) must complete a Residency Certification Form.

A copy of this Form can be accessed here:  Download Local EIT Residency Certification

You will only need to complete the “Employee Information – Residence Location” section. You can also ignore the “Resident EIT Rate” box in that section.  The following link will help you to determine the PSD Code to include on your Form:  Please note that you may need to temporarily allow pop-ups to properly use this Lookup feature.  Also, a P.O. Box cannot be used for either the Form or the Lookup; you must use a street address.

Please submit your completed Residency Certification Form to Carol Ritter in Payroll as soon as possible.  Please also note that you cannot be paid until this Form has been completed and provided to Payroll.  Unless your home address has recently changed, you do not need to complete another Form if you already have one on file with Payroll. 

Questions?  Contact Carol Ritter at x1256.