Enterprise Applications and Servers Division of IT is led by the Director of Enterprise Applications and Servers with a mission of promoting and supporting administrative and academic use of technology applications throughout the University. This division is responsible for all centralized applications and hardware utilized in the support of academic and administrative activities throughout the university.
- Atomic Learning
Colleague is Lesley University's administrative database and contains a wide variety of academic and financial information, including information on courses (such as schedules and registrations), students (demographic and academic information), and departmental budgets.
LOIS: Lesley's Online Information Services
LOIS accounts are issued to applicants, students, faculty, and staff. LOIS accounts are used to access Lesley University administrative information via the web. Accessible information varies depending on your current affiliation and includes the following: admission and financial aid application statuses; class schedule; grades; and unofficial transcripts. In addition, LOIS allows you to perform certain tasks such as registering for classes, requesting a transcript, and applying for graduation.
- Office365 including email, Sharepoint and MS Office