Residential life at Lesley gives students support and compliments their academic life by encouraging the sharing of common interests and ideas with other residents.
The Lesley University residential community is a welcoming one which values the residential experience and encourages students to take the opportunity to live in University housing. Educating students both inside and outside the classroom is a vital part of the total academic experience. Residential life gives students support and compliments their academic life by encouraging the sharing of common interests and ideas with other residents. Many programs and activities are sponsored in the halls by the Community Advisors and the students. Currently there are approximately 900 students that live within the residence halls.
Students have the option to live in either traditional style residence halls, Victorian houses or suite style residence halls on the Doble or Brattle campus. All rooms are furnished with a bed, mattress, desk, chair, ceiling light, dresser, window shades, and wardrobe closet spaces. All residence halls are smoke free. Internet access is available for each resident.
The traditional style halls include kitchenettes, community lounges with cable television access, and laundry facilities. The rooms in traditional housing vary from singles to quads. Click on the Residence Hall name for more information.
The following Residence Halls are traditional style:
The Victorian style houses, non-traditional halls, and *suite-style living include kitchens, community lounges with cable television access, and laundry facilities. The rooms in these houses also vary from singles to quads.
The following houses and halls are Victorian houses non-traditional halls:
Lesley University offers housing on the Brattle Campus located at 99 Brattle Street and St. Johns Road:
Special Interest Housing is an opportunity for students sharing common interest and goals to live with each other. Residents are able to sponsor and take part in programs that fulfill the mission of the interest, and contribute to the campus community. Students are welcome to propose additional special interests to the Office of Residence Life prior to room lottery. The following are current Special Interest Housing options:
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