MyDSU is your gateway to all* of your DeSales websites and accounts. 

Your e-mail, WebAdvisor, Blackboard Learn, and Datatel logins will be available from one place, with ONE login and ONE password!  

  • Students: Your login for all* of your accounts will be your DeSales e-mail/gmail username –
    for example: im1234 
    and your active directory/ResNet password – usually your birthday followed by Dsu – for example:
    071090Dsu (if your birthday is July 10, 1990). This is CASE SENSITIVE.

  • Faculty and Staff: your login and password for all* of your accounts will be your Active Directory login – the one you use to log into your computer, usually your last name and first initial – for example: facultya 

The first time you log in to MyDSU, you'll be prompted to enter your password a few times as the single-sign-on-system learns who you are and ties all of your accounts together. But, once you complete the process, MyDSU becomes a one stop shop! Better still, if you ever forget your password, you'll soon be able to reset it yourself - no HelpDesk required!** 

*Most of our DSU applications will work with the new system right away, and we're working hard to bring them all in. But don't worry, if you're ever confused help is just a click or a call away. 

**Of course, if you ever have any trouble at all, the HelpDesk is always available to guide you through. :)

How to Log In

1. Log in from the top right of any DeSales.edu page or login directly at desales.edu/mydsu.

MyDSU login



2. The first time you log onto MyDSU, you'll come to a log-in screen that looks similar to the one below. This will begin the process of tying all of your accounts together. 

3. Your MyDSU page knows who you are: staff, faculty, student (graduate, undergrad, ACCESS). Some content will be available to everyone, some will be just for you. Here is an example of a staff member's MyDSU page.(Click on the image below to enlarge it.)

My DSU Sample Annotated


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  • Coordinator of Disability Services

    by Gregory Hernandez | Oct 27, 2014

    Date: October 27, 2014

    Position: Coordinator of Disability Services

    Type: Fulltime

    Location: Academic Life

    Scope:

    The Coordinator of Disability Services is responsible for disability services for all students: Traditional, ACCESS, graduate students, and those auditing classes. In addition, the Coordinator collaborates with respective departments to provide disability services to campus visitors with disabilities. This individual supervises the Part-Time Learning and Disability Support Specialist as well as the Disability Services Assistant. Additionally, the Coordinator is responsible for staying current on disability laws as they pertain to postsecondary education. This person may also assist students with disabilities who are in need of learning support and executive functioning support through one-on-one sessions, as well as students who need assistance with reading comprehension. The Coordinator should contribute expertise in such matters to specific programs and activities such as the Gateway To Success Program, the CARE Team, peer tutor and resident assistant training activities, and workshops sponsored by the Academic Resource Center. This individual also serves as an advisor for Undeclared students.

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Special Education, Reading, or other appropriate field
    • Minimum of three years of professional experience in disability support services at the secondary or college level, including demonstrated expertise and training in literacy support and experience assisting students with disabilities
    • Familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments
    • A passion for helping students to achieve academic success
    • Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
    • Excellent computer skills
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and ensure compliance with a variety of state and federal laws, guidelines, and regulations
    • Schedule requires occasional evening and weekend hours
    • Sensitive to issues of ethnicity, disability, and diversity
    • Dedicated to the mission of a Catholic, liberal arts institution

    SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME, THREE LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION, AND UNOFFICIAL COPIES OF YOUR TRANSCRIPTS TO:


    Office of Human Resources
    hrrecruiting@desales.edu

    Please put
    Coordinator of Disability Services
    in the subject line

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
    An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
  • Learning Support Specialist and Tutoring Coordinator

    by Gregory Hernandez | Oct 27, 2014

    Date: October 27, 2014

    Position: Learning Support Specialist and Tutoring Coordinator

    Type: Fulltime

    Location: Academic Life

    Scope:

    The Learning Support Specialist and Tutoring Coordinator assists students who are in need of learning support services through tutorial sessions, offering strategies for enhanced learning in individual courses, as well as for long-term success across the curriculum. This person contribute expertise in the aforementioned areas to specific programs such as the Gateway To Success Summer Program, participating in academic/study skills meetings with GTS students, peer tutor training activities, and department-sponsored workshops; as well as to the overall direction of the department through the contribution of observations and ideas, and participation in staff meetings. This position provides supervision and coordination to the Professional and Peer Tutoring Program through the training, assigning, monitoring and evaluation of tutorial services. The coordination of tutoring for undergraduate students serves the university objectives through improved retention, higher GPA’s for students being tutored, and preparing students to become successful applicants to professional and graduate programs. This individual also serves as an advisor for Undeclared students. Although this is a 10 month position aligned with the fall and spring semesters, it would also require approximately one week of work for the Gateway To Success Summer Program in August.

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, Counseling, or another appropriate field; Master’s strongly preferred
    • Minimum of one year of professional experience in learning support services at the secondary or college level
    • Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
    • A passion for helping students to achieve academic success
    • Excellent computer skills
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and ensure compliance with a variety of state and federal laws, guidelines, and regulations
    • Schedule requires occasional evening and weekend hours
    • Sensitive to issues of ethnicity, disability, and diversity
    • Dedicated to the mission of a Catholic, liberal arts institution

    SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME, THREE LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION, AND UNOFFICIAL COPIES OF YOUR TRANSCRIPTS TO:


    Office of Human Resources
    hrrecruiting@desales.edu

    Please put
    Learning Support Specialist and Tutoring Coordinator
    in the subject line

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
    An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
  • General Maintenance Mechanic - Second Shift

    by Donna Mikol | Jul 23, 2014

    Date: July 22, 2014

    Position: General Maintenance Mechanic – Second Shift

    Type: Full Time

    Location: Facilities

    Scope:

    Responsibilities will include general repair and maintenance of heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical systems as directed. Typical tasks include preventative maintenance, inspection and repair of mechanical equipment and building systems, painting and repair of walls, minor carpentry projects, snow removal, general electrical repairs, special event setup, breakdown and coverage.   Assist other mechanical trades as required.

    Qualifications:

    • High School Diploma /GED with two years of trade or technical school training

    • Strong HVAC background with 3 to 5 years relevant experience in commercial or HVAC

    • Must possess a valid motor vehicle operator’s license to travel to sites & clean driving record

    • Required to work indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions

    • Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs. for intermittent periods

    • Must be able to work overtime upon supervisor’s request

    • Sensitive to issues of ethnicity, disability and diversity

    • Dedicated to the mission of a small, Catholic, liberal arts

    SEND LETTER OF INTEREST, RESUME, AND REFERENCES TO:

    OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

    hrrecruiting@desales.edu

    Please put “General Maintenance Mechanic” in subject line

    An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

     

     

     

  • Social Media Certificate

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 09, 2014
    DeSales University offers certificates in specialized areas of study designed to accommodate students trying to juggle family and careers with education. Now earn a certificate in Social Media through ACCESS! Significant changes in technology affect the way we work, play, and function on a daily basis. Harness the power of social media to more effectively […]
  • Tuesdays with ACCESS Workshops

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 09, 2014
    ACCESS presents two FREE social media workshops under Tuesdays with ACCESS! Think Twitter’s for the Birds? Why ignoring Twitter could hurt your brand reputation Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. DeSales University Center, DeSales University, Center Valley, PA You’ve got your toes wet, now make a splash! Taking your social media campaign to the new […]
  • Cancellation of the Faculty Meeting

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 09, 2014
    Due to insufficient agenda items, the January 15 faculty meeting has been cancelled. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and some well-deserved R & R! - Karen Walton Questions? Jean.Lynch@desales.edu
  • Milage Reimbursement

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 09, 2014
    Effective January 1, 2014, the University’s business mileage reimbursement rate for travel in 2014 is $0.56 per mile.  The rate equals the Internal Revenue Service reimbursement rate for the use of a personal vehicle for business mileage. You can find the updated 2014 travel expense form reflecting this new rate and a revised check requisition […]
  • Salesian Quote of the Day

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 09, 2014
    “The pilgrims who spend all of their time counting their steps will make little progress.” -St. Francis de Sales
  • TIAA-CREF Counseling Sessions

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 08, 2014
    TIAA-CREF Counseling Sessions 1/23/13, 2/20/13 and 3/20/13 from 8:00am-5:00pm University Center, Respective Conference Rooms Below Kathy Johnston, a representative from TIAA-CREF, will be onsite on the below dates to hold individual counseling sessions with DeSales employees.  Do not miss the opportunity to have Kathy provide you with expert feedback that will assist you in effectively managing […]
  • Salesian Quote of the Day

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 08, 2014
    “What a fine thing it is oftener to listen to God speaking in our very depths, than to speak to Him.” ~St. Chantal on Prayer p. 29.
  • Salesian Quote of the Day

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 07, 2014
    “If only we could say in utter truth these words: ‘My God is my all,’ we would never find our prayer long or boring.” ~St. Chantal on Prayer p. 28.
  • It’s Lunch Bunch time again

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 07, 2014
    The Salesian Center for Faith & Culture sponsors an information discussion group for interested faculty & staff at DSU who read a book of contemporary cultural concern and discuss their reviews. The group meets three times in the Spring semester, at six-week intervals. Each meeting takes place on a Tuesday, from 12:30 to 1:30 PM, […]
  • Salesian Quote of the Day

    by Gregory Hernandez | Jan 06, 2014
    “The divine Heart will never fail us, this I tell you for certain, if we do not fail Him. And even if we did, He would not fail us, because His fidelity id greater than our unfaithfulness.” ~St. Chantal on Prayer p. 28.
  • SDI 2013- Apply Now!

    by System | Jul 03, 2013
    Summer Dance Intensive July 29 to August 9, 2013 The Summer Dance Intensive at DeSales University offers professional dance training to students ages 14 and up. The two-week program focuses on technical training in ballet, modern, jazz, and African dance. Additional classes are offered in ballet repertory, modern repertory, pilates, yoga, and improvisation.  The two-week [...]
  • Angeline Wolf-Nov. 9th, 2012

    by System | Nov 09, 2012
    Angeline Wolf Angeline began studying dance at the age of four.  She received her high school education from Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, and her undergraduate education from the Juilliard School in New York.  While at Juilliard she studied under Anthony Tudor, Jose Limon, Hector Zaraspe, Alfredo Corvino, Hanya Holm, and Anna Sokolow. Her professional [...]
  • Emerging Choreographers Concert 2012

    by System | Nov 06, 2012
    DeSales University’s ECC Concert opens this Thursday! It is going to be an exciting show! for more information about dates and tickets please click on http://web1.desales.edu/default.aspx?pageid=48 See you at the show!
  • Jessica Olivio-Oct.12th, 2012

    by System | Oct 12, 2012
    Jessica Olivio Jessica Olivio is a collaborative dance educator, performer, and choreographer.  In 2012, she graduated from Temple University with a Master Degree in Dance Education.  She currently is a professor in dance at the Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA.  Olivio specializes in lyrical jazz. commercial hip hop, contemporary and street jazz.  She has performed [...]
  • TAKE Dance Company-Oct. 5th, 2012

    by System | Oct 04, 2012
    TAKE Dance Company TAKE Dance is a New York City based contemporary dance company that explores the integration of expressive and physical movement. Artistic Director Takehiro Ueyama, a native of Japan, graduated from the Juilliard School before joining the Paul Taylor Dance Company. After eight years touring with the Taylor Company, Take founded TAKE Dance. [...]
  • DeSales University 7th Annual Screendance Festival 2012

    by System | Oct 04, 2012
    COME JOIN US FOR OUR 7TH ANNUAL SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL! What is Screendance Festival? Screendance is a hybrid artform combining cinematography with dance! The festival challenges students to hone their creative talents and to work together in order to create a film in just 48 hours. The concept, development, planning, choreographing, filming, and editing all have [...]
  • DeSales University 7th Annual Screendance Festival 2012-2013

    by System | Oct 04, 2012
    COME JOIN US FOR OUR 7TH ANNUAL SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL! What is Screendance Festival? Screendance is a hybrid artform combining cinematography with dance! The festival challenges students to hone their creative talents and to work together in order to create a film in just 48 hours. The concept, development, planning, choreographing, filming, and editing all have [...]