DeSales University Invitation: Connect to Your Future at Nov. 2 Open House

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The Healthcare Simulation Lab at DeSales University, one of it visitation stops at a Nov. 2 open house.
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Returning to school to pursue an educational dream is not the kind of decision to make on a whim. To facilitate the process of mapping an educational path toward a lifelong career, DeSales University, Center Valley, is holding a “Connect to Your Future” event.

The Nov. 2 evening at DeSales will introduce attendees to its more than 100 bachelor’s, graduate, and certificate options that wholeheartedly encourage self-knowledge and exploration.

The open house takes place on the grounds of the school’s Center Valley campus from 6–8 PM.

This event will enable attendees to:

  • Learn about DeSales programs and their many options
  • Meet faculty and staff
  • Attend an alumni panel and hear firsthand from adult learners who chose DeSales and benefited from the impact its degree program had on their careers
  • Learn about:
    • The admissions process
    • Accelerated certificates and degree programs
    • Transfer credit
    • Online and flex options 
  • Tour DeSales’ new Wills Hall center, previewing its speech-language pathology and physical therapy programs
  • Visit the university’s Healthcare Simulation Lab for nursing students
  • Learn about financial aid and scholarships

Doors open at 5:45 PM; the alumni panel is at 6:15 PM; refreshments will be served.

All attendees will qualify for a raffle.

Registration is online.

In addition, DeSales invites prospective students to learn about its exciting Graduate Programs, the new MS – Business Analytics, the MBA Program, Finish in One Year, or on your own time. 

As well, the university is providing information about its Combination Masters Degrees: MSN/MBA, DNP/MBA, and more. 

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