within the Old Cambridge Historic District, the Brattle Campus is home to the
Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences. Lesley University shares the
library and bucolic landscape with the Episcopal Divinity
A landmark of 19th century Victorian Gothic design, the Brattle
Campus reflects the partnership between Lesley and the Episcopal Divinity
School. Located within the Old Cambridge Historic District, the stately
architecture and bucolic landscape of the Brattle Campus form part of a
National Register Historic District; many buildings are individual nominations
to the Register. Home to the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, the
Brattle campus also features residence halls, classrooms, office space, a
dining hall and library.
Washburn Commons houses conference and seminar rooms, a Café with seating for 175, and a newly renovated auditorium that can hold up to 350 people.
Here, you'll find more than 145,000 physical resources, including books, media, educational kits, print journals, and teaching resources. Come down to the basement to explore our extensive collection of children's literature and games, used by our education students in lesson planning.
As part of Lesley's
commitment to addressing deferred maintenance and making each of its campuses
accessible, the plaza in front of Sherrill Library was recently renovated.
Green Campus Initiative