All students who are 15 years old and/or are entering the 9th - 12th grades are welcome.
What if I sign up for the 4-Week course but decide later that I want to continue on for the remaining 3 weeks?
Don't worry, you can decide at any time to continue taking a course(s) for an additional 3 weeks by notifying our Office of Community Engagement (email@example.com) before the fourth class meeting and paying an extra fee of approximately $50 . Students who opt to take the additional 3 weeks of classes will also receive 1 college credit per course.
Check out our winter course offerings below:
Many of our courses will continue to close as registration continues. Please indicate an "alternative" course when you complete your online registration form.
Please note there is a one time $40 registration fee charged for the Spring.
*I confirm that the information contained in this course registration form is complete, factually correct, and honestly presented, and that my parent/guardian is aware that I am submitting this course registration form.
Please read the following important notes and policies. Your registration indicates your knowledge and agreement with these policies.
Withdrawal and Refund Policy:
Withdrawal must be in writing. For one-day or four-week workshops, no refunds will be given once class starts. For seven-meeting courses, students must drop class prior to the first class meeting to receive 100% refund for tuition and materials fees ($40 registration fee is non-refundable). Materials and technology fees will only be refunded before the start of the first class since materials are purchased for the first class. Students must drop before the second class meeting to receive 100% refund for tuition only. Students must drop class before the third class meeting to receive 50% refund for tuition only. Students must drop class prior to the fourth class meeting to receive 25% refund for tuition only. Classes dropped on or after the fourth class meeting will receive 0% refund for tuition and fees. Visit the Student Accounts Office website at www.lesley.edu/studentaccounts under "refund policies" for more information.
Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal/leave of absence. Students will be held responsible for all related tuition and fees.
Tuition and Fees are correct at the time of this posting; however, Lesley University reserves the right to make changes prior to the start date of classes. Please visit the Student Accounts Office website at www.lesley.edu/studentaccounts for further information.
Student IDs will be issued by the second class meeting.
Inclement Weather: When snowstorms or other severe weather conditions raise the question of whether classes will be held, cancellations will be posted for Lesley University at www.lesley.edu at 6:00 am and/or on TV Channels 4, 5, or 7 or on radio stations WRKO 680 AM, 90.9 FM, or WBZ 1030 AM. In addition, 90.9FM will post all school closings on their website. You may also call University Security at 617.349.8888.
Grades and Transcripts:Credit courses are graded and will become a permanent part of the student's university record. After completion of courses, students may request an official university transcript via their LOIS account, calling 617.349.8740, visiting www.lesley.edu/transcripts or stopping by the Office of the University Registrar, University Hall.
If a student misses a class because of the SAT or PSAT exams, it is considered an excused absence, and the faculty member will assist the student to make up any work missed.
Lesley University reserves the right to use and/or reproduce images (photographs, video, digital, media) of students and student artwork for promotional purposes.
Directions to the College of Art and Design can be found here.
Please Note:You will receive email confirmation of your registration and we will notify you by email or phone in the event that a course is cancelled.
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