Undergraduate Academic Information

The Academic Achievement Center

Academic Advising

Academic Internships

Accelerated Degree Option


The Capstone Experience

Center for Academic Advising and First Year Programs

Center for Community-Based Learning

Connected Learning Symposium

Course Descriptions - Numbering System

Cross-Registration with Regis College

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Fifth Year Option

First Year Seminar

Holway Child Study Centers

Honors Program

Information Technology Services

International Service-Learning (Shoulder-to-Shoulder)

Jessie S. Brennan Library

Lasell's Early Action Partnership for Student Success

The Lasell Plan of Education: Connected Learning

Linked Credits

Mid-Term Progress Reports

As part of the academic advising process, course instructors issue progress reports at approximately the mid-point of each semester, by a deadline determined by the Registrar. Students receive a "GD" ("Good") when they are evaluated at the time to be doing work at a grade level of B or above; they receive an "S" ("Satisfactory") when they are evaluated at the time to be doing work between a grade of C and B-; and they receive a "WA" (Warning) when they are evaluated at the time to be doing work at a grade level of C or below. Students who are freshman-standing or sophomore-standing will receive progress reports in-person from their advisor. Students who are junior-standing or senior-standing may access their progress reports through Self-Service. In an effort to support Lasell's "green" initiative, the Registrar distributes the progress reports and warning notices electronically to academic advisors in the form of a PDF. After meeting with freshman and sophomore students, advisors may either forward the PDF to the student, or may print a hard copy for the student's record. Mid-term progress reports are indications of progress at points-in-time. They are to be understood as prompts for working constructively to do the best work possible in a course; they are not, in any way, indications of what a student will earn for a final course grade.

Nancy Lawson Donahue ‘49 Institute for Ethics, Diversity, and Inclusion

RoseMary B. Fuss Teaching and Learning Center

RoseMary B. Fuss Center for Research on Aging and Intergenerational Studies


Services for Students with Disabilities

Study Abroad-International Education

Summer and Winter Online Undergraduate Courses