Directory of Services

Directory of Services

The Office of Financial Aid provides opportunities for student access to and success in higher education by helping students and their families seek, obtain, and make the best use of all financial resources. Visit our online knowledge base for answers to many common questions.

The Residence Life program is designed to support, extend and complement academic life by encouraging students to learn from one another and to cultivate a respectful environment that is intellectually stimulating and fun. The office assigns rooms to all undergraduate residents and maintains wait-lists for single rooms. The Community Advisor staff live among the students and work with students to build an inclusive community. The Residence Life staff assist students who may experience roommate conflicts and provide support in other areas as needed.

The Provost serves as Chief Academic Officer for Lesley University to ensure that our academic programs meet high standards for quality. The Provost and all members of the Provost Office team work collaboratively across the university with faculty, academic deans, budget officers, program directors, advisors, admissions counselors, alumni, and current students.

The Office of the University Registrar maintains permanent academic student records for both currently enrolled and past attendees of Lesley University. The Office of the University Registrar provides services related to student course registration, academic records, transcripts & diplomas, enrollment verification, and degree audits.

The Payroll Office processes time cards and paychecks for Lesley University employees, including student workers.

The Riverside Outpatient Center at Cambridge offers a wide range of behavioral healthcare services, including therapy appointments, medication assessment and management, and varying lengths of care according to need. The Center is an independently operated, licensed mental health provider staffed by experienced Riverside clinicians.


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.

Students from all majors and academic programs can study abroad, undergraduate and graduate alike. We offer a variety of programs in three different models—travel-study/faculty led, provider programs, and exchange programs—to accommodate your interests and academic requirements. Set up a meeting with our study abroad advisor by emailing to review your options.

  • Elementary Education
  • Mathematics in Education
  • Teacher Residencies

The Threshold Program is a non-degree post-secondary program for young adults with diverse learning, developmental, and intellectual disabilities. Our faculty and staff provide student support in dorm living, mentoring and counseling, student activities, career training, and independent living skills.