Visits look a little different these days...
...but we've got lots of great ways to connect with you and get you prepared for life at Lesley.
Let's get together. We're ready when you are.
We know how important it is to experience the Lesley campus in person and see yourself as part of our community. At this time, tour registration is open. We are offering smaller capacity tours with a maximum of three registrations per time slot (one student can bring up to three guests).
You'll have an individual, socially distanced tour led by a current Lesley student or staff member. You'll be required to submit a COVID-19 Self-Assessment Form prior to your visit. All campus visitors must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and COVID-19 safety guidelines will be required while on-campus.
If you want to visit on a specific date and time that is not available, call us at 617.349.8800 or email email@example.com. We'll try to accommodate your request as best we can.
- Contact a counselor for a virtual meeting
- Follow us on social media
Lesley students welcome you
Hear from some of our students on why they chose Lesley.
Commit to Lesley for Fall 2022 in 3 easy steps
Step 1: Username and password
Find your Lesley username and know your password.
Your username is at the bottom of your acceptance letter and your password is the same one you used to track your application in Self-Service.
Step 2: Deposit
Log in to Lesley's Electronic Form System using your Lesley username, minus "@lesley.edu."
Please complete this form on a computer versus a mobile device.
- Step 3: Complete the Housing Application
Remember the Priority Enrollment Deadlines
Send us the forms and deposit by these dates to hold your spot.
- May 1 or two weeks after acceptance if you plan to start in Fall 2022
- June 1 or two weeks after acceptance if you plan to start in Fall 2022
You want to get the most out of your academic experience at Lesley. Challenge yourself by applying to an Undergraduate Honors Program at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or College of Art and Design.
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.
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
- Speak with a Student Financial Planner
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We know all our students love to learn. But some students REALLY love it. If you're the type that went out of your way for extra credit and never missed a homework assignment, this section is for you.
Receiving advanced credit
Get a leg-up before you've even started. You can earn credit toward your degree program if you've completed college-level coursework (think Dual Enrollment or Running Start), taken Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or General Certificate of Education (GCE) A-level or AS-level.
Here's how it works. Send your unofficial/official test results or college transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll provide you with an estimated transfer of credit. You'll end up saving time and money!
The sooner we receive your documents, the sooner we can provide you with your individualized evaluation. If you have any questions, reach out to your admissions counselor or email email@example.com.
NOTE: If you were scheduled to have taken an externally evaluated exam that's since been cancelled due to COVID-19, your calculated mark will still be considered in the same way for meeting enrollment requirements and credit transfer.