Explore your possibilities.
Talk with students, faculty, and advisors. Get a sense of what it's like to be a student here, and how our programs can help you meet your goals. We offer a range of visit options for adult learners who are interested in our bachelor's degree completion programs—from group open houses and information sessions to one-on-one meetings with our admissions staff and academic advisors.
Visit Lesley to learn about financing your education, hear from alumni about their paths to degree completion, and speak one-on-one with our advisors about the best program options for you based on your goals.
Join one of our hour-long group information sessions to learn about our programs, application process, and resources. Come with any questions you have about completing your degree here.
Schedule a one-on-one conversation with an admissions counselor to tell us about yourself and get your questions answered. Your meeting can be in person, on the phone, or via Skype, Monday–Friday. We'll talk about your academic interests, financial aid options, when you might want to start a program, and how to apply.
We can arrange for you to meet with a faculty member, or a staff member from our Center for Academic Achievement—the department that offers free tutoring and academic support services for our students.
Once you've been accepted to a program, you can sit in on a class during the academic year (excluding exam times). Class visits are offered on weekdays in the morning and afternoon.
Available October to mid-November and mid-February to mid-April; excluding weekends.
If you're interested in one of our undergraduate art and design programs, a one-on-one visual art portfolio review with our staff or faculty is an excellent way to receive feedback on your work before you submit your final portfolio with your application. We offer portfolio reviews Monday–Friday.
Our admissions counselors will be visiting community colleges this spring to answer your questions about our degree completion program. Find out when we'll be on your campus.