Lesley University is committed to providing a safe environment for its community members in on and off-campus programs. The University maintains a crisis management plan to provide guidance for community members during an emergency situation that might threaten the physical safety of its students, faculty, staff, the general public, and/or the resources of the University. The plan describes procedures to follow in the event of an emergency. Each emergency situation outlines specific responsibilities of any community member who becomes aware of an emergency.
The emergency plan is designed to limit loss of life and property and to mobilize the necessary resources, e.g. crisis counseling, Emergency Medical Technicians, and local police and fire fighters. Emergency planning is under continual review with periodic updates to the plan document.
The emergency plan is intended to supplement, not replace existing Lesley University policies and procedures, including those that address standards of conduct, disciplinary actions, legal sanctions against illicit drug and alcohol use, or unlawful discrimination and harassment.
An important feature of the emergency plan is Lesley's Emergency Alert System.
How do you find out about potential snow closings? Will there be early dismissal during a winter storm? Are my off-campus classes cancelled? For the answers to these questions and more
In case of emergency, call 911 before calling Public Safety.
AIB Campus 617.585.6666
Brattle Campus 617.871.6029
Porter Campus 617.349.8390