Whether you’ve been out of college for two years or two decades, we can help you earn your degree. We’ll work with you to create a manageable, affordable degree plan that:
- Identifies college-level knowledge you already have—for credit
- Transfers college credits you’ve earned from previous coursework
- Fits with your professional goals
- Pinpoints what you still need to learn
We’re specialists in working with adult learners. We offer academic advising and mentoring that builds your confidence and prepares you for success. Let us help you personalize your program, pace, and structure so that you get to the finish line.
In our programs, you can:
- Transfer up to 90 college credits from previous coursework
- Earn credit for documented learning from prior work and life experience
We offer three options for earning your bachelor’s degree, so you can choose the path that’s right for you.
- Daytime, evening, and weekend courses on our main campus in Cambridge
- Fully online programs designed so you can complete your coursework when and where you want
- Programs tailored for graduates of Bunker Hill Community College o ered right on their campus in Charlestown
Whichever you choose, you can select from available courses in any of the formats above. And, with a low cost of just $420 to $525 per credit and options for financial aid*, completing your degree is more a affordable than you may have imagined. Our financial aid counselors can speak with you about a variety of options to help finance your Lesley education.
*Cost reflected is for the 2017–2018 academic year, and subject to change for subsequent academic years. Per credit costs vary depending on program delivery model. Due to the low per-credit rate for our bachelor’s degree programs, students are not eligible for merit scholarships, but other forms of financial aid are available.
To ease your journey and address some of the common barriers students often face when transferring between institutions, Lesley has established our Community College Partnership Division. We’ve made agreements with our partner colleges to accept your associate degree—your entire associate degree—towards your bachelor’s degree.
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Meet Our Team
Our advising team takes a personalized approach to degree completion, working with you from your initial planning meeting until graduation day.
Julianne Corey, Assistant Director of Academic Advising
College instructor. Holistic fitness trainer. Event manager. Julianne’s diverse background makes her passionate about Lesley’s interdisciplinary approach to learning.
She’s an advocate for forging your own educational path. She’ll help you make your education what you want it to be.
Contact Julianne at email@example.com.
Gene Ferraro, Assistant Director of Academic Advising
Gene has more than 36 years of experience working with adults in a variety of roles. More than 12 of those years have been at Lesley, advising adult learners.
When he’s not advising, you might find him teaching writing, human development, or management here as an adjunct faculty member.
Contact Gene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennine Tambio, Director of Community College Partnerships and Advisor
Jennine has over 15 years of experience working in education and in human services. She teaches our Lives in Context course to prepare adult students for success.
When she’s not advising or teaching, you might find her at Bunker Hill Community College. That’s where she works with community college students who want to finish their four-year degree at Lesley.
Contact Jennine at email@example.com.
Farrah Bruny Brown, Assistant Director of Community College Partnerships and Advisor
Farrah knows that building meaningful relationships with students makes a big impact.
It's something she's learned from her past personal and professional experiences as a nontraditional student. These experiences have also fueled her passion for social justice action and fostering a culture of inclusivity.
Contact Farrah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jen Serowick, Assistant Vice President for Adult Learning Programs
Jen oversees Lesley’s programs and services geared towards adult learners.
She's passionate about creating pathways and eliminating barriers for adults to finish their bachelor’s degrees and pursue whatever they dream of for their lives.
Contact Jen at email@example.com.
Esther Takor, Administrative Assistant and Transfer Credit Specialist
Esther is the first person you'll likely interact with when you walk in our front door or call our main number.
Esther knows…or can find the answers to any of your questions and is dedicated to assisting students in any way she can.
Contact Esther at firstname.lastname@example.org