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Choose Lesley!

You’re in! Welcome to the community. Take a moment to congratulate yourself for taking this important step toward your future. When you are ready, you must submit a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to reserve your place in your program of study and be able to move to the next step.

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Steps to Enroll

After you’ve finished celebrating, there are a few details to take care of to make your enrollment in a Lesley graduate program official in the steps below.

  • Step 1—Find your Lesley username

    Find your Lesley username—it’s at the bottom of your acceptance letter. If you cannot find your acceptance letter, please contact your admission counselor.

  • Step 2—Know your password

    Know your password—it’s the same one you use to track your financial aid documents in Self-Service. If you cannot find or remember your password, please follow the changing password instructions. If you have not already claimed your Lesley email address, please contact your Graduate Admissions counselor.

  • Step 3—Submit Your Online Enrollment Contract and Deposit

    Log in to Lesley's Electronic Form System using your Lesley username, minus "" Submit your online enrollment contract and deposit. Please complete this form on a computer versus a mobile device. Your deposit is due within 3 weeks of getting your acceptance letter. International students must submit an enrollment contract and deposit before requesting an I-20 from International Student Services.

    Submit your 2023 Online Enrollment Contract and Deposit

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Have a question?

Now that you're officially a Lesley Lynx, you're joining a community committed to supporting you, your academic needs, and your future. We’re happy to help! If you have any questions, please call us at 617.349.8300, or email us at You can also browse our list of resources and become familiar with the supports we have in place.

Student Resources

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Accepted Student Questions

A collection of answers to common questions students ask about graduate admission can be found below. As always, you can always contact your admission counselor or contact us at 617.349.8300 or email us at

  • Accepted Student Events

    We'd like to invite you to a welcome reception to celebrate your future at Lesley and to acknowledge the accomplishments that brought you here. Come and meet future classmates, mingle with faculty, and hear from current students and alumni.

    Master of Arts in Expressive Therapies

    Wednesday, May 3 | 6-8 pm | Register




  • Immunization Information

    All students will be required to submit proof of immunizations from several diseases, including COVID-19, or to have approved medical or religious exemptions in order to participate in any on-campus experience.

    Read about the immunization requirements required for Graduate students attending Lesley.

  • MBTA Discount for Lesley University Students

    As a Lesley University commuter or resident student, you can order a discounted MBTA Semester Pass through our Office of Student Services. With the Semester Pass, the MBTA provides an 11 percent discount off the monthly fare and unlimited rides for four months. Choose from bus, link (bus/subway), express bus, commuter rail, and boat passes. For more information, including this semester's deadline and order form, visit

  • Enrollment Deferral

    If unexpected circumstances prevent you from starting your program, you must request a deferral of admission.

    In your request, state the reason you’re unable to begin in the term to which you were originally admitted. The program director and director of graduate admissions will review your request.

    We will notify you within 10 business days after you submit the deferral of admission form. If a deferral is approved before you’ve submitted an enrollment deposit, you’ll be expected to pay the non-refundable deposit fee to finalize the deferral. Deferrals are granted for no more than one year.

    The deferral of a scholarship offer is made at the discretion of the department. Contact Graduate Admissions for more information.

Contact Graduate Admissions