Evening & Online Adult Studies
Flexible, affordable, and accommodating, the ACCESS program can help make your educational dreams a reality. Successfully earn or finish your bachelor’s degree or certificate at the pace, location, and times you choose.
Designed for adult learners like you, the admissions requirements are minimal and applying is easy.
ACCESS Majors & Programs of Study
10% Discount on Online Summer Classes
Are you looking to finish your degree or start a new one? With a 10% summer tuition discount and classes starting as early as May, you can reach your true potential. Classes run throughout the summer.
Year at a Glance — Plan Your Schedule!
ACCESS Evening & Online Admissions & Aid
The ACCESS program is designed for adult learners like you. We want to make it easy for you to continue your education—or to start a new degree or certificate program. All we require for admission are a high school diploma or GED and the desire to learn.
Flex Classes: In Class or Online
Flex classes are designed for students who enjoy the experience of live-time, instructor-led classes but can't always physically get to campus.
Courses are offered in Center Valley with students being able to participate synchronously from anywhere in the world via the internet.
Why Choose DeSales ACCESS?
You'll be academically satisfied
You'll be prepared to succeed
You'll be in good company
You'll build up your resume
For Those Who Serve
New Support Services for Graduate and Adult Students
Graduate and adult undergraduate students now have even more resources and support at DeSales.
Several offices have expanded their services this summer to better meet the specific needs of our graduate, non-traditional undergraduate and veteran students. DeSales will now provide counseling, academic, and career support for our entire student body.
The Counseling Center provides personal counseling services to help students develop their full potential and overcome obstacles to their educational and/or personal growth.
Counselors offer confidential assistance to any student who is experiencing difficulties of a personal, emotional, or social nature, or who simply feels the need for support and/or encouragement. The use of this service is never made a part of academic or any other permanent record. (Unless a student is perceived to be imminently dangerous to self or others, all meetings are completely confidential.)
Dorothy Day Student Center
610-282-1100 ext. 1776
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) assists graduate and non-traditional undergraduate students by:
- Collaborating with library staff members to promote research and information literacy skills that enhance student writing
- Assisting with documentation in several disciplines (MLA, APA, Turabian), grammar, and mechanics
- Assisting non-native/multilingual students and English language learners who must write in academic English
- Providing tutorial sessions to facilitate deeper academic writing-through-content skills
Academic Resource Center
Dooling Hall, Room 23
Greg Rogers, Graduate Writing Support Specialist
610.282.1100, ext. 2096
The Career Development Center offers one-on-one coaching sessions, programs and webinars to serve the specific needs of our undergraduate, graduate, adult undergraduate, and veteran students. Areas of expertise include (but are not limited to) initial full-time employment, job transition, best hiring/job search practices, and re-entering the workforce.
Career Development Center
Aubree Robizer, Career Coach
610.282.1100 Ext. 1738
M-Th: 11am - 7pm
F: 8:30am - 4:45pm