From grants and scholarships to work-study and loans, the types of financial aid available depends on several factors. Our goal is to help you understand the financial aid opportunities that are available and determine which options are best for you.
All students are encouraged to pursue private scholarship awards as well as grants, both of which are sources of free funds that do not have to be repaid. There are many sources for these scholarships from national and local businesses, civic organizations, booster groups and more, and there are plenty of online resources that can help you find scholarships. To learn more about the financial aid opportunities available to you please select one of the following options:
Undergraduate Students at the College of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies or The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
Students in Threshold Programs
Adult Undergraduate Students
If you will be a first-time, first-year freshman, get a general idea of what it will cost for you, or your loved one, to attend one of Lesley University's undergraduate schools by using our Net Price Calculator.
The TEACH Grant supports highly qualified teachers serving low income schools in high-need subject areas. If you're committed to making a difference in the lives of less advantaged children, learn how the TEACH Grant can significantly reduce the cost of your education.
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Additional Financial Options
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Frequently Asked Questions
13-14 Financial Aid Award Guide
12-13 Financial Aid Award Guide
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