- More than 1,400 students graduate from La Salle annually, adding to La Salle’s more than 45,000 alumni.
- All alumni are members of the La Salle University Alumni Association.
- Students who have completed at least
30 credits and remain in good standing with the University are
considered La Salle alumni and are part of the Alumni Association.
- La Salle alumni live in every state and more than 52 countries.
Every La Salle graduate receives a
complimentary lifetime membership to the Alumni Association. This
membership allows graduates to participate in all alumni activities and
to enjoy the other benefits and services provided to them through the
Board of Directors
The Alumni Association Board of Directors is comprised of 21 alumni volunteers who serve a three-year terms in three groups of seven members. Seven new directors are elected each year. All La Salle alumni are eligible to vote. Every two years, the 21 Board of Directors plus the immediate past president elect new officers of the Board: President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary.
The Alumni Association Board of Directors plays an important three-part
role in the University community. Board members are responsible for
establishing strategic goals for the creation and delivery of useful
programs and services for all La Salle alumni. They also serve as the
voice of alumni and represent the views of all graduates of the
University. Finally, Directors are ambassadors of the University,
helping alumni connect with one another and the campus community.
To be an integral and vibrant component in the life of La Salle University and in the lives of our fellow alumni and students, while furthering, through communication and action, the ongoing mission of the Christian Brothers.
To connect alumni and students with La Salle University and one another in frequent and meaningful ways, to support the educational aims and financial needs of La Salle University, and to provide leadership and resources focused on perpetuating La Salle University as a quality academic, Catholic and Lasallian institution.