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Undergraduate Academic Policies

Academic Commencement Awards

Academic Dishonesty

Academic Probation

Academic Standards

Academic Suspension

Academic Warning

Class Attendance Policy

College Calendar

College Withdrawal

Core Curriculum Courses and Policies

Credit by Examination Policy

Final Examinations

Graduation and Retention Rates

Graduation Requirements

Leave of Absence

Major, Minor, and Internship Requirements

Majors Requiring a Foreign Language

The following majors include a foreign language requirement: English, English with Elementary Education, English with Secondary Education, History, History with Secondary Education, Humanities, Human Services, Psychology, Sociology, and International Business. Students in these majors must achieve a 200-level proficiency in a foreign language in order to graduate (with lower proficiency levels permitted in certain language areas). All foreign language courses must be taken for a letter grade (cannot be taken pass/fail) and require a C or better for advancement to the next language level. Some students may demonstrate a 200-level proficiency without language coursework at Lasell; others may take an appropriate Foreign Language CLEP Examination for transfer credit. However, most students in majors with a foreign language requirement will need to complete four to twelve foreign language credits. Students in majors that include a foreign language requirement are advised to begin their foreign language study as early as possible.

Military Leave During a Semester

Readmission

Student Confidentiality

Student’s Responsibility

Title II Report

Transcripts

Undergraduate Academic Grievance Process

Undergraduate Grading and Academic Credit Policies