The Graduate School of Education offers each student an advising team that will ensure academic success.
At Lesley, the advising relationship is a significant element of the teaching and learning process, within which students refine their academic objectives, identify program requirements, and develop career directions. Each student has access to an advising team consisting of a professional academic advisor and a faculty mentor. See detailed information about advisor-advisee responsibilities.
Professional academic advisors are responsible for the coordination of program requirements and student services, and are assigned upon admission. If you are in an on-campus program, you should plan to meet with your advisor at the beginning of your program to plan your course sequencing. Off-campus students have a set sequence of courses, but may contact their advisor for other program advising. View academic advisor profiles.
Faculty mentors work with students regarding career and
professional issues, and offer academic support and guidance. You will
be assigned a faculty mentor during the first semester of your program,
through either email (on-campus and online students) or your program
schedule (off-campus students). View list of faculty profiles.
Cordially,Christina ChandlerDirector, Academic Advising and Student ServicesGraduate School of Education
All team members are available by voice mail, email, or appointment. Address mail to the mentor or advisor, Lesley
University Graduate School of Education, 29 Everett Street, Cambridge,
MA, 02138.Student resource guides are available for download to the bottom right.
Margaret Read MacDonald
Pasquale A. Puleo
Academic Advising/Faculty Mentoring Main Page
Academic Advisors by Program
MAP: Electronic Portfolio
All PreK-12 Programs
Initial Licensure Programs
Professional Licensure and Non-Licensure Programs
School-Based Teacher Residency Programs
Center for Mathematics Achievement
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Center for Special Education
Field Placement/Student Teaching
New Teacher Community
Graduate School of Education
About the School
Alumni in the News
Examining Race: Resources
Christina Chandler 617.349.8398Diane Ronchetti Cooper 617.349.8382 Sabina Petrucci Coutis 617.349.8301Sue Fisher 617.349.8492 Mike Matvichuk 617.349.8463Merlyn Mayhew 617.349.8386 Marie-Maude Petit-Frere 617.349.8681Pamela Saideh Smith 617.349.8383
Grants, consultation, mentoring, and a terrific blog are available through Lesley's New Teacher Community.