Evening & Online Adult Studies
Don’t put off your dream of completing an undergraduate degree or propelling your career forward with a certificate. ACCESS is designed for students like you.
New: Data Analytics Tracks for Evening and Online Adult Studies
Several of our ACCESS programs have added a new Data Analytics track. Don’t put off your dream of completing an undergraduate degree or propelling your career forward with a certificate.
Online Degree Programs
Evening / In-Class Degree Programs
Online Certificate Programs
ACCESS Admissions & Aid
We Make It Easy
The ACCESS Admissions and Financial Aid team understands the unique needs and challenges of adult learners. We’ll guide you through the admission process. And we’ll help you make the best choices to fund your DeSales education so you can jump-start your career goals.
We are also one of 1,400 nationwide and abroad. CLEP is an uncomplicated, reputable, and efficient way for you to get college credit for knowledge you have acquired on your own.
Office of Financial Aid - Here to Help
We'll guide you to make the best choices to fund your education at DeSales University. We can help make your college expenses affordable through a combination of grants, loans, student employment, and scholarship resources.
DeSales Financial Aid Office
610.282.1100, ext. 1287
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Online Prerequisite Courses for Healthcare Programs
Do you need prerequisite courses for admission to a health care program?
DeSales offers several online courses to fulfill this need. You're welcome to take these courses regardless of which university or program you plan to attend.
Dean's List for Summer 2020: Lifelong Learning
Congratulations to the following lifelong learning students for making the Summer 2020 Dean’s List.
To qualify for Dean’s List, a student must have a minimum 3.50 GPA on no fewer than 12 credit hours (excluding pass/fail and audited courses). Our university patron, Saint Francis de Sales, had such a high regard for learning that he considered education to be the “eighth sacrament.” With that same esteem, the president, administration, and faculty of the University congratulate these men and women on their outstanding achievement.
Mohammad A. Bah, Tara M. Benninger, Kirsten M. Borgmann, Kristianne Bronico, Jade L. Bruce
Anna M. Dlabik
Michele C. Fontanez, Heather V. Francis
Ashley E. Harper, Alicia T. Harris, Maria Heid, Nathaniel J. Hulstein
Anthony J. Jimenez
Nevada C. Kardos, Anthony Kelly, Kinsey C. Knorr-Watson, Kelly A. Kresge, Marcey A. Kroll
Don J. Morgan
Mary K. Nealis
Kelly E. Paukovits, George C. Perry, Kwaku K. Poku
Nicholas Rich, Christie L. Ring, David F. Ring, Judhy C. Rosado, Chris L. Rzonca
Samantha Schorr, Rebecca D. Scott, Christine Sekkes, Carey L. Shellenberger, Aubrey L. Smith, Caitlin Snyder, Kimberlee Spengler
Stacy L. Urbany
William P. Villa
Kelse M. Weston, Sherri L. Wilson, Rebecca R. Wright
Adam J. Ziegler