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Reimagine your potential. We're ready when you are.

Whether it's in-person or virtually, the best way to experience Lesley is with a campus visit. Additionally, students like you can bring their questions and excitement to one of our events, where we share our campus, its people, and the opportunities that await.






Connect With Your Counselor

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Jennine Tambio, Assistant Vice President of College Partnerships and Transfer Initiatives

Area of focus: Pre-transfer advising for all transfer applicants and degree completion applicants (adult learning, community college partnership, and online pathways). 

"We meet students where they are at. We will help you maximize the time and tuition you have invested and help you see your goal of completing your bachelor's degree become a reality." 

Email Jennine: jtambio@lesley.edu; Call or text Jennine: 857-500-2191 

Schedule a time to connect with Jennine.

bradi hajjar Director of International Recruitment and Student Success

Bradi Hajjar, Director of International Recruitment and Student Success

Area of focus: International students (outside of and inside the United States) and degree completion applicants (online programs).

“At Lesley, there’s a supportive and welcoming community that you’ll feel from your first step on campus.”

Email Bradi: bhajjar@lesley.edu; Call or text Bradi: 617.397.3409

Schedule a time to connect with Bradi.

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Eric Pappas, Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions

Area of focus: Transfer students & first-year Spring students

All transfer applicants and degree completion applicants (LCAL on campus programs and Community College partnerships), Massachusetts (Milton, Lexington, & Waltham), and Rhode Island.

Email Eric: eric.pappas@lesley.edu; Call or text Eric: 857.500.7266

Schedule a time to connect with Eric.

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Understand Your Financial Options

It’s our goal to break down financial barriers so that students who want to learn here can learn here. In addition to being one of the most affordable private universities in New England, we offer many ways to bring down the cost of your Lesley education.

If you had previously submitted your FAFSA, please note Lesley will not be able to access your application without your Social Security Number on file. Please contact 617.349.8760 to confirm we have your information or for instructions on how to safely provide your Social Security Number.

  • Fill Out Your FAFSA

    If you haven't already, please make sure to complete your FAFSA form as soon as possible so we can create a custom financial award just for you. Use Lesley University code: 002160. Go to studentaid.gov and get started.

    Need help filling out the FAFSA? Watch a free line-by-line tutorial. You'll need to provide your name and email to access the pre-recorded Zoom event.

     

  • Understanding Your Financial Aid

    Download our Financial Aid Guide (PDF) to learn more about understanding your financial aid award. 

  • Speak with a Student Financial Planner

    Need some personalized help figuring out how to finance your Lesley education? Our Student Financial Planners are here to help.

    Schedule an appointment with a Student Financial Planner:

     

  • Scholarship Options

    Lesley Donor Scholarships are available to Lesley University students, including adult learners at Lesley. In August/September, the Financial Aid will email all adult learners about any available donor scholarships. In some years there is more scholarship money available than others. In the email, students will be provided with a link to apply. Students submit one application for all applicable scholarships. The Financial Aid Office will then forward the applications to the applicable scholarship committees. Therefore, even though a student submits one application, a student could be entered into consideration for more than one scholarship. 

    In addition to these donor scholarships, the Financial Aid website also includes links to a wide variety of Private Scholarships.

    Lesley Donor Scholarships open to Adult Learners at Lesley:

    • Annie Ezer Berner Scholarship Fund: Established by Mr. Berner in memory of his mother, Annie Ezer Berner.  To benefit women re-entering academic life or professional life after a long delay or interruption. 

    • Barnes & Noble Textbook Scholarships: For deserving undergraduates including adult learners. 

    • Constance and Lewis Counts Endowed Scholarship: The Constance and Lewis Counts Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2001. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who is accepted in the Center for the Adult Learner (LCAL) as an undergraduate pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in the Early Childhood Studies program or is a graduate of the adult learning program and is pursuing a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education in the Graduate School of Education. A committee will select students through a competitive process.

    • Grace Runnion Memorial Scholarship: Established in 1984 in memory of Grace Runnion for students in the Lesley Center for the Adult Learner. The scholarship will facilitate self-development or contribute to women's psychology, art, or spirituality.

    • Intensive Residency Option Endowed Scholarship Fund: For a student pursuing a degree in the Lesley Center for the Adult Learner.

    • Jose Ribeiro Scholarship Fund: In memory of Lesley Graduate School of Education faculty member, Jose Ribeiro, for deserving undergraduates of any ethic or cultural background who are first-generation college students. May be either need or merit-based.

    • Julio Lobo Seminars Scholarship Fund: For deserving students in the Lesley Center for the Adult Learner

    • Ellsworth H Sherin Scholarship Fund: This endowed scholarship fund was established in 1985 with a gift from Pauala and Jeffrey Stahl. The scholarship honors the memory of Mr. Sherin, whose daughter, Dr. Pauala Sherin Stahl, Ed.D, is a member of the class of 1968. The Sherin Scholarship is awarded to a deserving College of Liberal Arts and Sciences student with a strong academic record.

  • Paying Your Bill
    • The Student Accounts will send notifications of tuition bills to your Lesley email address on a monthly basis.
    • To view the notification, log in to your Self-Service account.
    • You can pay your tuition and fee charges online with an American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or VISA credit card (for a 2.5% convenience fee).
    • You may also pay by check and other methods, like a payment plan. Learn more about how to pay your bill.
  • Waive Your Health Insurance

    Massachusetts law requires all students who are taking 9 credits or more to have health insurance. You may be automatically charged for this, so be sure to waive your health insurance if you already have insurance.

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Get Ready For Your First Day

The next step is preparing for your classes. We have all the info ready for you-everything from getting to class to reviewing your schedule, and more.

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