Directory of Services

Directory of Services

LCAL supports adult learners throughout their journey at Lesley. We offer advising geared toward undergraduate adult students; flexible program pathways to help maximize transfer credits; access to fully online programs; Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) to evaluate prior college level learning for credit; and community building for adult learners. We also house Lesley's Veterans Student Resource Center which supports all Lesley veterans and family members.

The Lesley University Counseling Center (LUCC) provides short-term counseling support to Lesley students who are actively enrolled* in one of Lesley's degree-granting or Threshold programs and are physically located in Massachusetts for in-person or telehealth appointments.

(registered during the semester that they are seeking support in)

The Lesley University Support Hub offers a one-stop location to address questions regarding information related to the Office of the University Registrar, Office of Financial Aid, Student Financial Services, Student Financial Planning, and the Student Accounts Office. Visit our online knowledge base for answers to many common questions.

The Liberal Arts and Business Provost's Office provides behind-the-scenes administrative support for Liberal Arts and Business students, faculty, and staff.

Lesley Library supports learning and creative inquiry by welcoming all students to use our services and resources. Learn all about the research process from our expert team of librarians and use our Ask Us! service if you get stuck along any step in the process, from brainstorming topics to citing your sources.

The primary role of the Master of Social Work (MSW) Field Education Department is to match students in the graduate social work program with approved internship sites and supervisors as well as recruit sites, to orient supervisors to Lesley's social work program, and provide ongoing support and troubleshooting around any concerns that arise during the internship experience.

The Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations collaborates with Lesley University alumni, parents, and friends to keep them connected. A major focus of our work is helping members of the Lesley community support the university philanthropically. We organize alumni and parent events and gatherings, engage with friends of the university, and in general, help tell Lesley's story.

The Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) at Lesley is responsible for addressing and responding to reports of discrimination and harassment, including sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence, to help create a campus where all members of our community have access to the University. In light of this mission, we work to promote equal opportunity and inclusion for all individuals.

At Lesley University, our office strives to build and maintain an inclusive campus environment. We aspire to create a true sense of belonging for all and a community where members can engage within and across differences as their whole selves. 

Our office is made up of the following areas:

The Office of Field Placements provides graduate students seeking a teaching license field base experience.