As a prospective graduate student, visiting a university campus is one of the most important steps! It gives you the opportunity to look beyond viewbooks and web sites, and to see Lesley first-hand, to talk with students and faculty - to envision yourself as a Lesley University student.
Please review our online admissions visit calendar to select your visit date and type of visit options you would like to experience.
To ensure we are able to accommodate your visit, we recommend you submit a visit request at least 3 business days in advance of the date you wish to visit. Class visit and special meeting requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance of your intended visit date.
For more information about campus visit options, please contact the Visitor Services Center at 617.349.8668 or email us at email@example.com.
A one-on-one meeting with an admissions counselor is the perfect opportunity to tell us more about you, and to ask questions that may help you determine whether Lesley is the right fit. During an admissions meeting, we will discuss our unique community, basic material regarding your academic interests, application requirements and deadlines. For in-depth program information, we will connect you with program faculty or advisors.
Admission meetings are offered Monday through Friday, excluding certain holidays.
Lesley University periodically hold on- and off-campus group information sessions for prospective graduate students. The goal of an information session is to provide insight into a broad range of topics and program offerings, and acquaint participants with Lesley University. After an informal presentation, prospective students may ask questions, and discuss next steps in the application process.
Learn more about our on-campus information sessions or our off-campus information sessions.
Open houses and admissions events are held throughout the academic year. They are a great chance to tour our campuses, connect with admissions counselors and financial aid representatives, hear from current students and alumni, as well as learn more about programs and offerings from faculty and advisors. Check out a full list of upcoming open houses to see when the next one is scheduled.
Our enthusiastic and knowledgeable graduate student admissions ambassadors offer walking campus tours of all Lesley University campus locations. While leading campus visitors around Lesley, our ambassadors will give information about Lesley history, interesting or fun campus facts, Lesley’s community & our unique classroom environment, internships, campus life, and share their individual student experiences. Tours normally include the fitness center, the student center, a dining hall, a classroom and/or art studio space, and information about campus services.
Tours are offered at least 3 times a week throughout the year (check our campus visit calendar for specific times) excluding certain holidays and exam periods. Tours are also offered in conjunction with information sessions and open house events. Walking tours of Lesley’s campuses are approximately sixty to seventy-five minutes; please wear comfortable shoes.
Available: October through mid-November; and mid-February through mid-April
Applicants with a complete application for admission can experience a real Lesley class. Class visits are available most weekdays (October through mid-November; and mid-February through mid-April) during the academic year (with the exception of exam periods and holidays). Most graduate classes are offered in the evenings, after 4:00 pm, and undergraduate classes are offered during the day and in the evenings. Class visits are not available on the weekends.
To ensure we are able to accommodate your class visit dates, please submit a visit request at least two weeks in advance of the date you wish to visit.
Tell us if you wish to meet with a faculty member, an academic advisor, or staff from the Center for Academic Achievement. We are happy to help with the arrangements.
To ensure we are able to accommodate your meeting request, please submit a visit request at least two weeks in advance of the date you wish to visit.
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