What do we do?

The Student Accounts Office advises students and families through their financial obligation to the University. Visit our online knowledge base for answers to many common questions.

When are we available?

Monday through Friday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Where can you find us?

Some staff members are working on a hybrid schedule. If you need to visit in person, stop by the University Support Hub in the Creativity Commons on the 3rd floor of University Hall. The Support Hub is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Why would you contact us?

Contact us regarding questions about the following:

  • Tuition, billing, and room and board payments
  • Plan Health Insurance
  • Sponsored Billing Refunds
  • 1098Ts
  • Lifetime Learning Financial Responsibilities Agreement
How do you contact us?

There are several ways to contact us. You can:

  • Submit a ticket via the Support Hub
  • Call us at 617.349.8760 
  • Stop by the Support Hub on the 3rd floor of University Hall during our business hours to speak to one of our Support Hub Specialists.
How do I make a payment?

Tuition and fee charges can be paid online via the Student Account Center with an American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or VISA credit card. All credit card and debit card payments are subject to a 2.5% convenience fee.

Check/ACH payments can be made online without a fee. Checks mailed to the University should be made payable to Lesley University. Please include your full name and Lesley ID number (or the student’s full name and ID number if paying on their behalf) to ensure proper application to the student account. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure payments are made by the payment due date for each semester. Please allow at least 10 business days for payments mailed to the University to avoid late payment fees. 

We do not accept credit card payments via the phone.

What is the payment due date?

To be in good standing at Lesley, pay your bill by these due dates. Payment is due immediately if you’re registering for courses after the term or semester’s due date.

Payment Due Dates:

  • December 15 for all spring courses
  • April 15 for all summer courses
  • August 1 for all fall courses
Where can I find my balance?

You can view your student account balance online via the Student Account Center.

Through the Student Account Center, you can view your most recent bill, see your account history, set up a payment plan or make a payment, see pending aid, and share access to your account information with others.

If you are in term-based courses, your balance indicated may show pending aid for both terms. To see your current term balance, find the current balance and then detail into your pending aid. You will then see your aid split between both terms. If you deduct the aid from your balance, the difference will be your current balance.