Fall 2021 Reopening Plans
We will reopen our campuses for classes, activities, and residential living in Fall 2021. Find the latest information on our Fall 2021 Plan page.

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Information

Keep Lesley Healthy: Lesley University’s Covid-19 Safety Response, Fall 2021

As we start the 2021-22 academic year, Lesley University is closely monitoring the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our students and employees in the phased reopening of our three Cambridge campuses.

Supporting the wellbeing of the Lesley community members studying, working, and living on campus will require each of us to take steps to protect ourselves and others by following important health and safety protocols for a multi-layered approach. We ask that everyone respect each other’s individual preferences and privacy as we transition back to in-person classes and activities this fall.

Questions?

If you have questions that are not answered on this web page, please email COVID_Update@lesley.edu.

Plan for Students for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

Students: Please see the additional return-to-campus information on our Fall 2021 Plan page.

All students coming to campus for any reason must agree to adhere to our Fall 2021 Community Compact.

Most recent COVID-19 updates and community messages

Read messages to the community from Spring and Summer 2021. You can find the messages prior to Spring and Summer at the bottom of this page.

  • Spring and Summer 2021

    Aug. 27, 2021: Updated face mask mandate and COVID testing schedule from Cambridge


    Aug. 24, 2021: Regarding Required Documents to Come Onto Campus

    Dear Student,

    I am writing to remind you of the required information that we need from students intending to be on campus this fall. If you haven’t already gotten your immunization records in (returning students may already have this on file with us), your proof of your COVID vaccination, and your signed Community Compact, please do so as soon as possible.

    Items that you need to submit to us in order to gain access to campus include:

    • Proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID-19
    • Immunization records (MMR, Tdap, Varicella, and Hep B)
    • Signed Community Compact
    • Negative PCR test result for residential students taken no more than 72 hours before your approved arrival time on campus, provided that you have complied with all of the above.

    I have heard from many of our international students regarding the challenges of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination outside the U.S.. To assist you in scheduling your COVID-19 vaccination when you arrive in Massachusetts/Cambridge, I am sharing a link to the Vaxfinder from the Mass.gov website.

    Follow the instructions on the page to check the availability of each type of vaccine and to select a location and an appointment time.

    Do keep in mind that your ability to access the campus will depend on your ability to demonstrate that you are fully vaccinated, and that you are not considered fully vaccinated until 14 days following your final dose of the COVID-19 vaccination that you have received. Students commuting to campus will not be allowed to come to campus until they are fully vaccinated.

    Partially vaccinated residential students will not be allowed to move into their residence hall until they are fully vaccinated AND have submitted a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to their approved time to move in. You are free to be tested for COVID-19 at any place that you like. For those in Massachusetts, we have heard from some of our students that CIC-health.com provides PCR test results in a very reasonable time, in a matter of hours and not days in most instances.

    Once you have received your vaccination card, upload the information using one of the following links, depending on your status as a Threshold, undergraduate or graduate student. Students in our Threshold program will submit their documentation using the same link as the undergraduate students.

    Undergraduate Students:

    1. Required Immunizations and Tuberculosis Screening
    2. Student Health History & Health Insurance Information

    Graduate Students:

    1. Certificate of Immunization for Graduate, Adult Learners (LCAL), and Bachelor's Degree Completion Students.

    These are the same links that you used to submit your other immunization requirements. It is important to remember that your ability to be part of the on-campus community is contingent on being fully vaccinated, and that you will need to wait 14 days after your final dose of the COVID-19 vaccination to attend in-person classes and activities.

    I am writing to you now with hopes of preventing any unnecessary frustrations when you are scheduled to come to campus. Please understand that all of the requirements mentioned in this letter must be met before we allow you onto the campus. We will not be doing in-person clearing of students who have not provided us with this information in advance. This is especially important for residential students who have selected a time to move in. Even though you might have selected a time to move in, we will not be able to allow you to move in until we have received all of the required information from you. So, please get the information in to us before you expect to be on campus. We will notify you if everything is in order and if you are clear to come to the campus.

    We are very excited about your plans to be on campus with us this fall. I am hopeful that you are among those who have already submitted your information to us. If you have, do not upload the information again. We will review what you have submitted and let you know if all is in order. If you have not, please get it in soon. The start of the Fall Semester is just over two weeks from now.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at nmays@lesley.edu or via phone at 617-894-2765.

    Sincerely,
    Nathaniel G. Mays
    Dean of Student Life and Academic Development


    Aug. 4, 2021: Updated advisories on face masks indoors from CDC, Massachusetts, and Cambridge

    Read the following message from the Lesley University COVID-19 Safety Team to summer students and employees with an update on recent government advisories about face masks. 

    Dear Students and Colleagues,

    As you are studying and working on campus this summer, we are writing to provide an update on recent government advisories about face masks. We understand that there is a lot of information, including additional information coming from Lesley about the fall semester.

    At Lesley, we remain committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our entire community, and we advise that you follow the suggestion to wear a mask indoors in shared spaces when other risk factors are present. We also ask that you please respect other people’s choices and support each other if members of a group request that everyone in the group setting wear a mask this summer. 

    With the spread of the more contagious Delta variant, many communities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including Cambridge are experiencing an increase in positive COVID-19 cases among both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. 

    Our protocols are guided by information from public health authorities. As you already may be aware, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Commonwealth, and the City of Cambridge all have issued new guidance on circumstances when face masks are recommended for fully vaccinated people. 

    • The CDC’s guidance of July 27 adds a recommendation for universal indoor masking in areas of substantial or high transmission (including the City of Cambridge, since Middlesex County was designated as a substantial risk area by the CDC on Monday) and for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. 
    • The Commonwealth’s advisory of July 30 adds a recommendation that vaccinated residents who are at increased risk from COVID-19, or who live with someone at increased risk, wear a face covering indoors (other than in their home).
    • The City’s advisory of July 30 continues to urge everyone to wear a face mask in indoor shared spaces regardless of vaccination status when other risk factors are present. 

    The most recent advisories are based on new data showing that the Delta variant of the virus can infect fully vaccinated individuals and that they, in turn, can spread it to others. Public health officials advise that being fully vaccinated remains the best protection against serious illness including being hospitalized or dying from COVID-19, and we encourage any community members who are not yet fully vaccinated to do so.

    If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have a known close exposure, or test positive yourself, we ask that you report this information immediately to Dean of Students Nathaniel Mays if you are a student or to the Office of Human Resources if you are an employee. 

    The City of Cambridge offers free testing twice a week and has announced it will open a third test site in Harvard Square on Sundays starting August 8. See the City of Cambridge testing schedule. Testing is also available at pharmacies near campus.

    We hope that your summer campus experience is going well and that you are enjoying being in Cambridge. 

    Please contact your program leader or department chair if you have any questions.

    Thank you and take care, 

    Lesley University COVID-19 Safety Team


    Aug. 2, 2021: Important Updates for the Fall Semester 

    Read Dean Mays's updates about returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester, including health and safety requirements, academic updates, and information about meals and housing:


    Aug. 2, 2021: Ready, Set, Reopen: What to Expect this Fall

    Read President Steinmayer's updates to faculty and staff on the return to campus for the Fall 2021 semester, including information on remote work, health and safety protocols, events, and more.


    May 6, 2021: Important announcement of COVID-19 vaccination requirement & survey

    Read President Steinmayer's announcement to the Lesley community that all undergraduate and graduate students who will be on campus next year will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to the start of the Fall 2021 semester.

Health & Safety Protocols, Fall 2021

Vaccination, restricting access to buildings, testing, and masking are the cornerstones of our protocols. Experts are clear that the combination of a high vaccination rate and appropriate masking are the most important parts of a mitigation strategy.

Vaccination rates

We are fortunate that our core faculty and staff have affirmed a very high rate of vaccination, 98.1%, with the only exceptions being for medical and religious reasons. We are requiring vaccination (or approved exemptions) for students and for adjunct faculty who will be on campus.

Lesley will continue to consult with medical experts and follow public health regulations and guidance issued by the City of Cambridge, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Our health and safety protocols are subject to change at any time, and sometimes perhaps abruptly. We will continue to post updated health and safety policies and COVID-related notices to the community on this page.

Additional precautions

Any students or employees with approved exemptions from vaccination will be required to take additional precautions if they come to campus, including twice-weekly COVID-19 testing and wearing a face mask at all times in the presence of others, including outdoors.

All community members are instructed to refrain from coming to campus if they are feeling sick, and students living in residence halls should stay in their rooms if feeling sick.

Please see the section on "Possible COVID-19 Symptoms – Reporting and Response" in the "COVID-19 Testing, Symptomatic, and Response Protocols" on this page.

Masks

As a reminder, all students and employees on campus and in public spaces in Cambridge must wear masks when indoors and in the presence of others. Anyone who tests positive or is a close contact with someone who tests positive must wear masks whenever in the presence of others in any location until cleared pursuant to medical advice and these procedures.

  • Vaccination Policies

    Public health officials advise that being fully vaccinated is the most effective protection against serious illness associated with COVID-19 infection.

    Students

    All students are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before coming to campus for the Fall 2021 semester and submit proof of vaccination or have an approved exemption.

    Employees

    While we do not currently have a university-wide vaccination mandate for employees, over 98% of core faculty and staff have affirmed that they have been fully vaccinated on a voluntary basis before returning to campus. In addition, we are requiring all adjunct faculty who will be working on campus to be fully vaccinated.

    Medical or Religious Exemptions

    We will review each request for a medical or religious exemption from COVID-19 vaccination individually to determine if the request meets the standard for approval. To protect privacy, we will not be sharing information about vaccination status. Please do not ask students or colleagues about their vaccination status.

    Students and employees who have been approved for a medical or religious exemption from COVID-19 vaccination are required to take additional precautions to protect themselves and others as a condition of being on campus. These additional precautions may include wearing a mask at all times in the presence of others, both indoors and outdoors, and producing a negative result on a weekly PCR test for COVID-19.

  • Face Mask Requirements

    Public health officials advise that face masks can help protect all community members and limit virus spread in areas of substantial or high transmission, at large gatherings, and when other risk factors are present.

    Regardless of vaccination status, all Lesley students and employees are required to wear a face mask indoors in the presence of other people, even if physically distanced.

    As of 9/3/21, face masks are required indoors in all public places in Cambridge.

    Students and employees who have an approved exemption from vaccination are required to wear a face mask outdoors where physical distancing is not possible.

    Masks are required on Lesley’s shuttle service.

    Everyone should carry a mask with them at all times. Bandanas and neck gaiters are not acceptable face coverings.

    Students have been instructed to wear masks indoors. They have signed the Community Compact to consent to follow health and safety protocols. Faculty should feel free to ask a student to leave a classroom until they can return with a mask on. While we expect everyone to have a mask at hand at all times, masks will be available at the Public Safety desks on each campus and distributed to student support departments on each campus.

    We have posted signage around campus to inform the community about mask-wearing and we will add additional signage for other safety protocols.

  • COVID-19 Testing, Symptomatic, and Response Protocols

    Students living on campus and all students coming from outside the U.S. are required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival and to be retested (using a PCR test) within a week of coming to campus.

    There will be weekly pooled PCR surveillance testing of students and staff living in residence halls.

    Students and employees who are unvaccinated due to religious or medical exemptions are required to present proof of a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before first coming to campus and to participate in pooled PCR testing twice a week thereafter.

    Pooled PCR surveillance testing may be required for additional students and employees coming to campus over the course of the Fall Semester. More information about that will be provided in the coming days and weeks.

    Cataldo Ambulance Service will be conducting COVID-19 testing on campus for students and employees currently required to be tested. The Dean of Student Life Office and the Human Resources Office will provide scheduling and location information to students and employees who are required to participate in the weekly pooled testing. 

    If there is a positive COVID-19 test result through pooled PCR testing, there will be follow-up individual testing with each person in the affected pool. The University will follow the positive test, symptomatic, and close contact procedures set forth below.

    Positive Test Results – Reporting and Response

    Reporting Positive Test Results

    The University will have information about COVID-19 positive test results obtained through the University’s testing protocol for designated on-campus students and employees. The University will contact individuals who test positive, including if they are part of a positive test pool. We will conduct contact tracing in conjunction with Cambridge Public Health Department guidance.

    Any student or employee who is approved to be on campus and tests positive for COVID-19 outside of the University’s testing protocol must immediately report that to COVID_Update@lesley.edu and to the Dean of Student Life, nmays@lesley.edu, for students or Human Resources, hr@lesley.edu, for employees.

    Those who test positive must share a list of any close contacts with Lesley and local public health officers for contact tracing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines close contacts as those who were within 6 feet of a person who tested positive for a cumulative total of 15 minutes within a 24-hour period.

    Close contacts of COVID-19 positive cases in the Lesley community will be alerted and provided with instructions and information, including requirements for staying off campus or in the residence hall rooms (for residential students) and testing. 

    Lesley will endeavor to maintain the confidentiality of the infected person but will identify the infected person as necessary for contact tracing purposes and for implementing these protocols.

    Individuals who test positive for COVID-19

    If the results of a pooled test indicate that at least one person in the pool is positive, each person in that pool must:

    • Isolate
    • Get re-tested by taking an individual PCR test on the next available testing day (and, if the pooled test result is returned during a weekend, at the University’s discretion, also take a rapid antigen test if they are either vaccinated and symptomatic or unvaccinated)
    • Follow the additional steps below


    Any individual who tests positive (regardless of vaccination status or whether a residential or commuting student or employee) pursuant to an individual PCR or antigen test must isolate for at least 10 days and until at least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications) and improvement in other symptoms. They may only return to campus activity when cleared by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees) and submitting a negative COVID-19 PCR test.

    Any indoor area of the school visited by the COVID-19 positive individual will be cleaned and disinfected.

    Residential students and employees who test positive for COVID-19 must:

    • Stay in their rooms until further instruction
    • Move to a space designated for COVID-19-positive cases for a period of at least 10 days of isolation
    • Receive meals delivered from Dining Services with contactless delivery
    • Await contact from Student Health Services or Residential Life
    • Identify personal contacts and assist the school in contact tracing efforts
    • Answer the call from the local board of health or tracing collaborative
    • Only return to campus activity when cleared by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)

    Commuting students, faculty, and staff who test positive for COVID-19 must:

    • Isolate in their homes for a period of at least 10 days
    • Consult their physician or another healthcare provider
    • Notify personal contacts and assist the school in contact tracing efforts
    • Answer the call from the local board of health or tracing collaborative
    • Return to campus activity when cleared by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)

    Close contacts of individuals who test positive for COVID-19

    Close contacts of COVID-19 positive cases in the Lesley community will be alerted and provided with instructions and information, including requirements for staying off campus and testing, following our “Close Contact Exposure – Reporting and Response” protocols outlined on this page.

    Lesley will endeavor to maintain the confidentiality of the infected person but will identify the infected person as necessary for contact tracing purposes and for implementing these protocols.

    Close Contact Exposure – Reporting and Response

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines close contacts as those who were within 6 feet of a person who tested positive for COVID-19 for a cumulative total of 15 minutes within a 24-hour period.

    The time period for contact tracing is defined as contact beginning 2 days before the onset of symptoms (or the date a positive test was taken, if asymptomatic). The contract tracer will instruct close contacts to get tested according to established protocols.

    Reporting Close Contact Exposure

    Any student or employee who is approved to be on campus and learns that they are a close contact of a COVID-19-positive person, whether on campus or off campus, must immediately report that to COVID_Update@lesley.edu and to the Dean of Student Life at nmays@lesley.edu (for students) or Human Resources at hr@lesley.edu (for employees).

    Asymptomatic close contacts

    Close contacts who are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic will follow the protocol set forth under “Vaccinated Close Contacts,” which will allow them to continue with campus activities under certain conditions.

    Close contacts who are not vaccinated will follow the protocol set forth below under “Unvaccinated Close Contacts.”

    Symptomatic close contacts

    The University will implement the procedures under the “Possible COVID-19 Symptoms – Reporting and Response” protocols below.

    Vaccinated close contacts

    Close contacts who are vaccinated:

    • Will not need to quarantine unless they are symptomatic
    • Must obtain proof of a negative PCR test taken no sooner than the fifth day after exposure to the COVID-19 positive individual and as directed by the University
    • Remain in contact with the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)


    Close contacts who are fully vaccinated and symptomatic must follow the procedures under the “Possible COVID-19 Symptoms – Reporting and Response” protocols on this page.

    Unvaccinated close contacts

    Unvaccinated residential students and employees who are close contacts must:

    • Quarantine for up to 10 days
    • First stay in their rooms until further instruction
    • Move to a space designated for COVID-19-positive cases
    • Receive meals delivered from Dining Services with contactless delivery
    • Await contact from Student Health Services or Residential Life
    • Must obtain proof of a negative PCR test taken no sooner than the fifth day after exposure to the COVID-19 positive individual and as directed by the University
    • Only return to campus activity when cleared by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)

    Unvaccinated commuting students, faculty, and staff who are close contacts must:

    • Quarantine in their homes for up to 10 days
    • Consult their physician or another care provider
    • Must obtain proof of a negative PCR test taken no sooner than the fifth day after exposure to the COVID-19 positive individual and as directed by the University
    • Only return to campus activity when cleared by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)

    Close contacts who are not vaccinated and are symptomatic must also follow the procedures under the “Possible COVID-19 Symptoms – Reporting and Response” protocols on this page.


    Possible COVID-19 Symptoms – Reporting and Response

    Reporting Symptoms

    Any student or employee who is approved to be on campus and has any new or changed symptoms that could be consistent with COVID-19 symptoms must immediately report that to COVID_Update@lesley.edu and to the Dean of Student Life at nmays@lesley.edu (for students) or Human Resources at hr@lesley.edu (for employees) and must immediately stay off campus or in their on-campus residence rooms until further instruction. 

    The health of our community relies in part on individual attention and responsibility, including notifying the University of a possible illness. Please note that some symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to other illnesses.

    Students will be contacted by Student Health Services or Residential Life. 

    Employees must consult their physician or another healthcare provider.

    Lesley will not inform other students and employees if an individual has symptoms until the University implements the COVID-19 positive and COVID-19 close contact procedures under these protocols.

    Response for Symptoms

    Students and employees who have new or changed symptoms that could be consistent with COVID-19 symptoms must isolate and then take the following steps before returning to campus activities:

    • Submit proof of a negative PCR test
    • Have improvement in symptoms
    • Have been free of fever for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications (e.g. Tylenol, Motrin, etc.)
    • If symptoms are significant and an evaluation is performed by Student Health Service (for residential students) or their healthcare provider (for commuting students and employees) and an alternative diagnosis is reached (strep, etc.), they may return to school based on medical guidance
    • Be cleared to return by the Dean of Student Life (for students) or Human Resources (for employees)
  • Air Flow and Ventilation

    At Lesley, we have changed HVAC settings to allow for the maximum amount of outside air to come in through the systems. These  buildings have central HVAC systems with Merv13 filters:

    • 31 Everett: Stebbins offices, classrooms 
    • 34-36 Mellen: East side building offices, classrooms 
    • 1 Wendell (residence hall)
    • 3 Wendell (residence hall)
    • 34 Mellen: Marran Theater
    • 30 Mellen: west side residence hall/fitness/offices
    • 33 Everett: White Hall Dining
    • 1815 Mass Ave
    • 1801 Mass Ave: Lunder
    • 815 Somerville Ave
    • Sherrill
    • Washburn 

    For naturally ventilated buildings, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends increasing circulation of outdoor air as much as possible by opening windows and doors, if possible, and using fans. Please do not open windows and doors if doing so poses a safety or health risk for occupants.

    Window air conditioning units are installed in many offices, and filters have been cleaned in all window AC units and wall-mounted AC units (“splits”) over the summer. To support natural air flow in buildings without HVAC systems, some restroom fans will be running continuously.

    Employees who are assigned to an office in a non-HVAC building without a window should please contact their supervisor as Lesley has some spaces that can be reserved for your use while you are on campus.

  • Campus Access

    Access to Lesley buildings is strictly limited to current students, faculty, and staff whose vaccination status we have affirmed. A Lesley ID card is needed to enter campus buildings. If you wish to have an appointment with a particular faculty or staff member, you must make an appointment to visit them.

    Visits to campus are restricted, and any visitors who must come to campus must be approved in advance and submit the COVID-19 Self-Assessment Questionnaire, no more than 48 hours before arriving, affirming that they are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic.

  • Stay Home if You Feel Sick

    We ask that anyone who is sick or symptomatic—even just a runny nose or coughing—stay off campus or in their residence hall and that faculty and supervisors provide remote attendance options to the extent possible so that students and employees may participate.  

    Employees should avail themselves of the paid sick leave benefits available to them and switch to remote working options to the extent feasible.

    Students who feel sick must be in immediate and regular communication with their faculty members to discuss alternate plans.

  • Events and Gatherings

    Attendance at in-person events and gatherings will be limited to Lesley students and employees only. The option of remote participation will be offered to the extent possible. There are currently no public health requirements limiting occupancy, but we ask everyone to use good judgement in planning events, to hold events and gatherings outdoors as much as possible, and to limit the size of any events held indoors.

    Requests to hold events

    Submit any requests to hold indoor and outdoor events of any size through the University Events Director, Jill Ziemba (jill.ziemba@lesley.edu) to reduce the potential for date and space conflicts.

    Considerations for planning events

    When planning events and gatherings—including dining with colleagues and classmates—please consider:

    • Events that do not involve eating, drinking, or removal of masks.
    • Gathering in small groups, rather than lots of mingling.
    • Dine in small groups of two to four people. Avoid table-hopping. Maintain physical distance when eating. Consider dining consistently with the same small group of people rather than a different group at every meal of the day.
    • Consume and cover! Consume your meal and immediately mask up when done.
    • Conversation, checking email, and other activities should be masked, even when you are in a designated indoor dining area.
  • Wash Hands Often & Clean Up After Yourself

    Practicing good hand hygiene is advised. Hand sanitizer is available in multiple locations across campus. We ask that everyone be attentive to cleaning up after themselves if they use a common space to work or eat.

    We will follow our standard cleaning routines and schedules for classrooms and other common spaces. Please submit a facility request form if you observe a space that needs additional cleaning.

  • Flu Shots

    We require all students and employees to get a flu shot this fall.

  • Take Care of Your Mental Health

    We recognize that the uncertainty and effects of the pandemic continue to cause stress and anxiety for many community members, and our Counseling Center offers supportive services for students and resources for the community.

    We will be offering a series of wellness events and programs for our community during the fall.

  • Resources for Public Health Guidance on COVID-19

CARES Act

Updated July 21, 2021

Under the CARES Act, Lesley University received $998,930.00 from the Department of Education. As of March 31, 2021, Lesley University had expended $953,325.00 to over 1,270 students.

In December 2020 the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) was passed. This act included 23 billion for higher education institutions and students using the same Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) model established in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Lesley University received $998,930.00 in HEERFII funding for distribution to students. This act required that any remaining funding from the CARES act be included in the now HEERF II, bringing Lesley’s funding to $1,042.10.00.

Eligible students were notified on April 2, 2021, by email, the email included instructions and a link to an application to request disbursement from the HEERFII funding. Additional information and guidance is also available from the Lynx Solution Center.

Beginning on April 13, 2021, Lesley University disbursed $1,038,050.00 to over 1,400 students. These funds were either directly disbursed to the student or applied to their tuition balances per the request of the student.

Review the Lesley University Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting Form (PDF)

Past Email Communications from Lesley University (Spring 2021 and Earlier)

Here is an archive of the email communications we have sent to the Lesley community related to updates and operations during the pandemic.

Contact Us
Here's who to contact with regard to your concerns regarding Coronavirus and the flu, as well as any questions about Lesley's COVID-19 protocols.