Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates & Return-to-Campus news

La Salle is offering hybrid learning - meaning students can learn both on campus and at home - in the second semester.
About 500 of La Salle's nearly 700 students signed up for the on-campus two days a week starting in the second semester. In April, the on-campus option expanded to four days a week.  
Learn about La Salle's return to campus in this Return-to-Campus Letter and the Return-to-Campus Plan.
To see major communications to families this school year, click the index below.
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Though most colleges and universities are closed for tours because of the outbreak, you can still “see” many of them from the comfort of your own homes, thanks to online communications.
Virtual Tours
This list, compiled by Rebecca Chabrow, MA, includes links to virtual tours, and information about more than 900 college and universities.  
College Deposit Dates and College Admissions Events
As a service to students and families, the National Association for College Admission Counseling is providing this online tool for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more.
Find information and links to scholarships on the La Salle website here.
SAT and ACT Updates
Find information about the SAT, and the ACT. You can find information about test prep including Khan Academy (free & online) here.
Oregon Goes to College
The Oregon Goes to College Organization wrote this blog post with students and families in mind. They are updating it daily with information students need as they make their enrollment decisions: updates about testing, links to virtual tours and information sessions, updated deposit deadlines, and advice from Oregon’s admissions deans and directors about making it through these difficult months.

Oregon’s seven public universities as well as Oregon Health & Science University will not require freshman applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores as part of their admission application, starting with fall term 2021. "Going forward, undergraduate students applying to any of Oregon’s public universities will have the option — rather than the requirement — of submitting standardized test scores with their application for admission," according to an announcement posted by Oregon State University. Read more

Faith is being expressed online in many ways, including:
Archbishop Sample
Live Masses
Librarian Ann Poteet is sharing these resources for free ebooks and audio books.
Public libraries also have posted applications for e-resources library cards. Apply online for access to ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music, databases, newspapers, and magazines. 
If you have questions about La Salle Prep and its response to the pandemic, contact:

More news about La Salle during the pandemic

Further news about La Salle's pandemic-related changes will be broadcast via this page, email, Schoology, and some or all of the following channels: Facebook,, Instagram, and Twitter.
Thank you for your patience as we adjust to these circumstances. To see a few examples of what Lasallians are doing when they're not at school, check out La Salle Life.

COVID-19 tuition relief

La Salle has established the COVID-19 Tuition Relief Fund to assist families in our community facing economic hardship because of the pandemic. Give to fund.

Food resources


Free food is available to families living in the North Clackamas School District Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am -2 pm the Wichita Center, 6031 SE King Road, Milwaukie.

Oregon Food Bank

Find food pantries and assistance sites throughout the metro area by typing in your ZIP code here. You also can seek information by  sending an email, or by calling (503) 505-7061 (phone hours are 9 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday).

Parishes distribute food
The USDA is partnering with Pacific Coast Fruit to provide food via parishes of the Archdiocese of Portland.


Additional resources:

Partners for Hunger-Free Oregon
PDX Covid-19 Mutual Aid
Meals on Wheels People

How to help
A list of ways Lasallians can assist others at this time.