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 an assistant director for academic advising and student services and a faculty advisor. Assistant directors are professional advisors responsible for the coordination of academic advising for students in their programs. Faculty advisors work with students regarding career and professional issues, and offer academic support and guidance. All team members are available by voice mail, email, or appointment.Cordially,Christina ChandlerDirector, Academic Advising and Student ServicesGraduate School of Education
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