Directory of Services
The College of Liberal Arts, Undergraduate Education Field Placement Office provides students with guidance in their educational journey, specifically before, during, and after their pre-practicum and practicum student teaching placements. We identify and secure field placements within schools connected with their interests in their educational licensure program or educational explorations. We continually explore new schools and maintain partnerships with administrators and teachers to enable students to gain classroom experience in preparation for their future professions.
The Office of Community College Partnerships supports students who are enrolled in one of our off-campus partnership degree completion programs like those at Bunker Hill Community College, the Demello Center in New Bedford, and the Urban College of Boston campus.
Advising for the Counseling & Psychology department in the Graduate School of Arts & Social Science
The Counseling and Psychology Department's Field Training Office supports all graduate-level internships in Counseling and Psychology, as well as matters related to licensure for School Adjustment Counseling, School Counseling, and the Licensed Mental Health Counselor license.
The Counseling Center offers a short-term model of care with pathways to receive the following: individual counseling, group therapy, resources, and referral services for undergraduate and graduate students in degree-granting programs.
At Lesley University, we’re committed to providing equal or equally effective alternative access to academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs for all qualified individuals with disabilities.
Our Disability Services team works with faculty, staff, community, and students in all degree-granting programs to make appropriate adjustments to provide this access. Educational access includes the provision of accommodations, supports, and services.
Support the My Assessment Portfolio (MAP) tools, LiveText, LAT Taskstream, Tevera, for the Graduate School of Education (GSOE), The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and the Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences (GSASS) Education Programs. The tools are used to assess your work. You're able to upload key assignments to these ePortfolio tools for research purposes.
Valerie Yeakel (she/her) is Lesley University’s Equal Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator. In this role, Valerie coordinates the University’s efforts to comply with its responsibilities under Title IX and other state and federal nondiscrimination law. In doing so, the Equal Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator supports the University’s efforts to provide an inclusive and harassment-free learning and working environment for students, faculty, and staff.
Our office supports all aspects of a student's field training experience. We: