COVID-19 Guidance
In response to COVID-19, all courses are now online and employees are working remotely.

See what life could be like here.

The health and wellbeing of our university community and members of our extended community are always first, so in keeping with federal and state health and safety guidelines related to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), Lesley University has postponed all on-campus visits.

While a visit to campus is on hold (for now), we still encourage you to explore this page and discover all the other ways you can virtually visit our campus, and see what life here is like. And as always, our dedicated counselors are here to answer your questions about anything and are currently scheduling virtual meetings.

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Virtual Summer Events

Start preparing for college this summer. At Lesley, we’ve got a summer calendar filled with virtual events that will help you get ready for the exciting journey ahead. We have a ton of sessions designed for both parents and students about what it’s like to study at Lesley and the whole college application process in general. And you’ll get to meet other students and speak live with admissions counselors, financial aid experts, and faculty.

Take a look at our schedule of events and attend as many as you want!

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Virtual Information Sessions

Interested in getting to know Lesley better? This online information session, led by a member of the Lesley admissions staff and hosted in Zoom, will provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about our signature academic programs, required internships, experiential learning and the admissions and financial aid process.

Virtual Information Sessions run daily.

Sign up for a Virtual Information Session

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Virtual Portfolio Tips Session

Creating your art portfolio and looking for advice? This online session, led by a Lesley BFA specialist hosted in Zoom, will showcase student portfolio work and talk about how to make your portfolio reflect you!

Virtual Portfolio Tips Sessions run every Wednesday and Thursday.

Sign up for a Virtual Portfolio Tips Session

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Virtual Transfer Information Sessions

Interested in transferring to Lesley? This online information session, led by a Lesley transfer admissions counselor and hosted in Zoom, will provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about our generous transfer credit program, our signature academic programs, required internships, and how to complete your pathway as a full-time student!

Virtual Transfer Information Sessions run every Tuesday.

Sign up for a Virtual Transfer Information Sessions

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Disability Support Services Information Sessions

Are you a prospective student with a disability or think that you may have a disability and interested to know more about seeking supports in college? Join us for a 45-minute small group session to discuss accommodations and support services and get your questions answered. We're also available to meet one-on-one.

Sign up for a Disability Support Services Information Sessions

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Admissions Interviews

Tell us about yourself, and ask us questions that could help you decide if Lesley is the right fit. You can schedule a one-on-one admissions interview on Zoom.

Email admissions@lesley.edu to schedule a virtual interview.

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Portfolio Reviews

Schedule a one-on-one portfolio review and receive feedback from our admissions staff or faculty before you submit your final portfolio with your application. We encourage portfolio reviews for anyone applying to the College of Art and Design. You can also check out some Portfolio Tips before scheduling your review.

Email admissions@lesley.edu to schedule a Portfolio Review. 

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Meetings with Lesley Community Members

Tell us if you want to meet with a faculty member, an athletics coach, or staff from the Center for Academic Achievement—the department that offers free tutoring to all of our students and arranges accommodations for students with disabilities.