| RSA Presents The Pumpkin Carving Spooktacular
| Royal Blu Recital: Open Mic Night
| Haunted House
| Disney Movie Marathon: Toy Story, Tangled, Frozen Sing-A-Long
| Big Pink Volleyball
| The Fault In Our Stars
| Bollywood Night
| Pancakes and Personacards
| Wayne Hoffman: Mentalist & Illusionist
The mission of Late Night La Salle is to make available to students quality late night entertainment during prime social times. Late Night La Salle mainly takes place on Friday and Saturday from 10:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. Late Night La Salle provides opportunities for students to gain experience in programming, leadership development, and responsible social interaction.
What is Late Night La Salle?
Late night La Salle (LNL) is a program that originally was established in the fall of 2002 under the title Union@Max.Cap. With the help of Athletics, Food Services, various student organizations, and the Division of Student Affairs, LNL has grown more successful each year since then. The University has always offered programming for students during the day and evening hours. LNL takes this programming to the next step by offering activities from 10p.m. until 2a.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings. LNL offers a variety of programs in an attempt to meet the interests of a diverse student population while promoting multiculturalism. LNL encourages the La Salle community to get involved in planning and co-sponsoring programs. The success of LNL is attributed to the many outstanding students, organizations, faculty, and staff who give their time to this program which adds a richness of culture and fun to La Salle’s community. With your involvement, the possibilities are endless.
How can I share my ideas for Late Night La Salle?
If you would like to give Late Night La Salle feedback on any of our events, or suggest some of your own, please click on the “Involvement” tab at the top of the page, then drag the cursor down to “Feedback”. Also, feel free to post your ideas on our Facebook page.
Where can I find Late Night La Salle?
You can find Late Night La Salle and answers to all of your programming questions in the Student Programming Center, Union 307. The Student Programming Center also offers information about choosing funding, location, types of activities, advertising, and much more. The Student Programming Center also has information about a number of student organizations.
How can I contact Late Night La Salle?
Student Programming Center, Student Union 307
Student Programming Center
Are you an individual, in a student organization, or a faculty and/or staff member who wants to host an Late Night La Salle program? LNL helps provide funding for programs that enhance and support student life. LNL sponsors events held between 10p.m. and 2a.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
If your event matches this criteria, stop by the Student Programming Center, Union 307, to pick up a Programming Proposal Form. You will use this form to make a request for LNL support for your program. This request must be submitted at least four (4) weeks before the date of the event. The following are the important information you will need to include with your request:
- Program Proposal
- A scheduled appointment with the Programming Coordinator
- Bus reservation Form (if applicable)
- Copy of Advertising (once approved, must include LNL logo)
If your request is approved, you will work through the rest of the planning process with the Programming Coordinator.
While every program is different, the information listed below, along with the Programming Coordinator, can help you as your program moves along the path to success.
- Start planning at least a month in advance.
- Complete a Program Proposal clearly and legibly.
- Schedule an appointment with the Programming Coordinator for LNL at least a month before the event.
- Make sure your group has decided who will be responsible for what task in the planning and implementation of the program.
- When the program is approved, confirm with necessary groups and individuals (Food Services, entertainers, etc.) the need for their services.
- Make sure the necessary contracts or check requests are completed well in advance of the program date.
- Make necessary purchases – save your receipts!
- Get approval for advertisements for the program (don’t forget to include the LNL Logo).
- Advertise for the program, remembering to get fliers and signs approved by Administrative Services.
- After the program, meet with the Programming Coordinator to discuss the program and to submit a Program Evaluation.
Below are other forms that will help you in the programming process:
- Program Planning
- Check List
- Things to Know About Expenses
- How to Make Friends at the Business Office
- Office Contacts
- Advertising your Program
Late Night La Salle programs will be approved by the Programming Associate for LNL and the LNL student staff. Program selection is based on the following criteria:
- The completion of the required forms (i.e. the Checklist for Contingency Late Night La Salle Program Proposal, Program Proposal).
- Date and space availability.
- Program appropriateness.
Working for Late Night La Salle is challenging, exciting, and rewarding. LNL employees work Friday and Saturday nights (and occasionally Thursday nights) from 8:00p.m. until 3:00a.m. with tasks including:
- Event planning
- Event Management
- Room setups/ Clean ups
- Peer Counseling
- Weekly meetings
LNL student workers can work additional hours in the Student Programming Center during the day.