We offer three paths for you to complete your bachelor's degree. You can enroll in a program delivered fully online, or a campus-based program. If you are a Bunker Hill Community College student, you can complete your Lesley degree right on the Bunker Hill campus.
We have helped thousands of adults complete their bachelor’s degrees in a variety of fields including Psychology, Education, Business. Human Services, and many other programs unique to Lesley. We'll work with you to create a manageable, affordable degree plan that includes:
LCAL is a center that provides dedicated advising and support for adult learners. We do this through 3 pillars of best practices in serving adult students.
While most of our adult learners are over the age of 25 and therefore considered “independent” for financial aid purposes, our adults wear (and have worn) many hats including:
If you want to live on campus and experience the full “life of college” as a full-time student, then you’ll be better served through our “traditional” programs. But if you have any questions as to whether or not LCAL is for you, our admission counselors will work with you to decide the best path.
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Whether you’ve been out of school two years or 20, you might be wondering how to make a degree-completion program work. Here are Five Tips for Completing Your Bachelor's Degree from some of our successful alumni.