- 79Acceptance Rate
- 78Employment Rate
Within La Salle is the College of Professional and Continuing Studies and its three Schools: Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, and Nursing & Health Sciences. Communication, Nursing, and Education are the largest majors at La Salle. Courses in the programs may be offered in traditional, online, or hybrid formats.
Starting in the Fall 2017 semester, La Salle University will decrease its tuition by 29 percent, citing affordability for all students and a "renaissance" at the school. The new annual tuition price tag is about $28,800 per year.
Even prior to the tuition reduction, La Salle was renowned for its generous financial aid packages, and recognized by Time Magazine, Forbes, and The Economist for its value. Although previously the university's annual tuition price tag was $39,800 per year (as of 2016-2017), the average student received about $24,205 in financial aid. Ninety-eight percent of incoming students received grants or scholarships.
Specific requirements vary by country. For more information, please, visit official web-site https://www.lasalle.edu/admissions/apply/international/home-country-requirements/
To gain admission to La Salle University, you must first submit a complete application. Here is what we require in a complete application, along with some of our admission criteria:
1) Completed application form
3) Original secondary school transcripts/records and official national examination results, all with official English translations or Original official credential evaluation from a recognized credential evaluation services (World Education Services, Educational Credential Evaluators, etc.)
4)Original university transcripts and course descriptions (for transfer students) or Original official credential evaluation rom a recognized credential evaluation services
5) Letter(s) of recommendation
6)All International applicants must submit a standardized test score (SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or IELTS) and must meet English Language Proficiency for study at La Salle University. TOEFL 80, IELTS 6.0
Many factors can influence who receives scholarships, including: GPA, standardized test scores, the strength of the curriculum chosen, extracurricular activities, community service, financial need, the application essay, and letters of recommendation.
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