Fall 2020 Guidance
In response to COVID-19, university courses and operations remain predominantly online for fall.


Lesley students, alumni, faculty, and staff are making big things happen, from coast to coast and around the world.

close up photo of comic book illustrations
Art & Design
Ellen Crenshaw ’07
Tia Luker and her wife Amber Putra at Lesley's commencement
Tia Luker ’18
gallery exhibit with papers stuck to the white wall and framed images behind pedestals
Art & Design
Brittany Smith ’17
“I love creating a sense of community, joy, and high expectations—and getting kids somewhere they maybe didn’t think they could go.”
Sydney Chaffee ’07, 2017 National Teacher of the Year
Leona Watson ’14

Empowering Middle Schoolers to Become Active Citizens

As a school counselor in Dorchester, Massachusetts, counseling and psychology alum Leona empowers middle schoolers to advocate for themselves.

A selection of artwork that CDMX sells to support both the artists and mutual aid
In the wake of COVID-19, a Lesley alumna helps families, small businesses, and artists build a network of mutual support
Evan and Audrey Grubb performing at a This is My Brave show
Helping students living with mental illness find compassion and community through storytelling
Marquis Victor, founding executive director of Elevated Thought
Marquis Victor, founder of Elevated Thought, helps young people find their own paths to self-expression
Football referee Tangela Mitchell from the documentary "Her Turf"
With a new documentary, first-time filmmaker Shantel Hansen shines a light on women football referees.
Author and Lesley alumna Caroline Maguire
Parenting expert and ADHD coach Caroline Maguire aims to help children make and keep friends
collaged image of purple and pink marbled shapes
Art & Design
Illustration and design student interviews Illustration chair Kate Castelli
José Gonzalez in his science lab
José Gonzalez ’13
Craig Martin, principal of the Michael J. Perkins School in South Boston.
Craig Martin ’07