Join your mentors and fellow writers in a locus of literary history: Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Creative Writing Residency includes workshops, seminars, lectures, and readings, providing a forum for collaboration and for constructive critique of students' work.During each residency, students will be matched with faculty mentors who will help students create individualized semester study plans that incorporate the elements of student-designed projects and academically rigorous reading lists.After each residency, students work on their own, under the guidance of faculty mentors. Academic credits will be awarded upon the faculty mentor's determination of the satisfactory fulfillment of the student's semester study plan. Following the fourth semester, graduating students will spend three days at a final residency to conclude the program.
For complete information on current tuition and fees, payment plans, and other financial information, contact Student Accounts.Meals during the residency, including lunches and dinners, receptions, and the Commencement dinner, are covered under the residency fee. Breakfast is included for June residency students staying in the Lesley dorms only.Lesley University offers on-campus (dorm) housing for the summer residency only. For the January residency, the MFA Program provides contact information for local hotels and Bed and Breakfasts, arranging the best single- and double-occupancy off-season rates it can find.
2013June 21st - 29th
2014 January 3rd - 11thJune 20th - 28th
2015 January 2nd - 10th
MFA in Creative Writing
Writing for Stage and Screen
Writing for Young People
Message from the Director
Creative Writing Faculty
Frequently Asked Questions
Letter from Dean Koverola
Office of the Dean Staff
Institutes at GSASS
The Israel Extension
Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences Home
Tuition and Fees
Continuing Education and Professional Development
888.LESLEY.U / 617.349.8300
Request more information
Request a campus visit
Get your application started today!
Join our MFA in Creative Writing Faculty and Students for the annual evening readings. June 21st - 28th, in Marran Theater. Learn more, and view a full schedule.