United States, Massachusetts

Lesley is a multi-site university with undergraduate and graduate programs for women and men in education, human services, and the arts. Lesley is among the 10 largest master’s degree programs in the United States, offering programs at its Cambridge and Boston campuses and at more than 150 sites in 20 states. Lesley’s five schools include the School of Education, the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences; the Adult Learning Center; The Art Institute of Boston; and Lesley College, an undergraduate co-ed college.

Campus Life

Lesley is an ideal choice for those passionate about bringing constructive change to the world. In addition to a strong emphasis on applied liberal arts and professional art in its two undergraduate colleges, Lesley encourages students to explore educational opportunities throughout the University and beyond, providing significant travel-study opportunities. Lesley has vibrant on-campus accommodation facilities and also is a part of the NCAA Division III in athletics.

Noted Alumni

Some of the famous laureates of Lesley University are Kitty Dukakis- American author, Althea Garrison- American Politician, Barbara Grunes- Author, Stan Strickland- American singer, Joseph C. Carter- Police officer, Sara Farizan- American writer, Alex Truesdell- Designer, John Couris- Healthcare professional, Lloyd Carney- Chief Executive Officer of Brocade Communications Systems, and Jacob Bannon- Vocalist.