The Lasallian Advantage
A Lasallian education will enrich you through teaching, technology and the development of your cultural, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual wellbeing. What does this mean for you and your future?
A Global Perspective
Lewis belongs to a network of more than 70 universities worldwide. In order to advance effective and mutually beneficial cooperation and develop academic and cultural exchange in education, research and other areas, the International Association of Lasallian Universities encourage the internationalization of higher education through semester-long student exchanges.
Personalized Student-Faculty Interaction
Lasallian education is rooted in the mission of , patron saint of teachers, who founded the De La Salle Christian Brothers more than 300 years ago. Today, the De La Salle Christian Brothers and our faculty continue to prepare students for life, work, and service to society. Our primary focus is on education and teaching.
A Practical Approach
A Lewis education has always emphasized a blend of liberal arts and practical career preparation. You will be prepared not just for your first job, but for your future career at age 30, 40 and 50. Our graduates are highly recruited because of their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Ethics, Values and Mutual Respect are Fundamental
In a world full of differences, our Catholic identity is one of inclusiveness, understanding and compassion. Lewis graduates enter the workplace with an understanding of multiple cultures and how to incorporate diverse perspectives and different ways of thinking.
Your Holistic Development
De La Salle believed in preparing students for life. Through clubs and organizations, research projects with faculty and peers, retreats, and service projects in our communities, you will discover more about yourself than you currently know. We change lives by our active participation and in doing so learn and grow personally.