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 Policies

Credit by Examination Policy

Final Examinations

Graduation Requirements

Leave of Absence

Major, Minor, and Internship Requirements

Majors Requiring a Foreign Language

Military Leave During a Semester


Student Confidentiality

Student’s Responsibility

Title II Report

Title II Section 207 of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1998 requires states, as recipients of HEA funds, and all institutions with teacher preparation programs that enroll students receiving federal financial assistance to prepare annual reports on teacher preparation and licensing. In Fall 2013, 68 students were enrolled in Lasell College’s Massachusetts Department of Education approved teacher preparation program. Requirements for student teachers averaged 25 hours per week for 16 weeks, for a total of 400 hours.

Mission Statement: With hands-on field experience, small class sizes that support one-on-one, student-teacher interaction, and experienced professors, Lasell College’s teacher preparation program offers a unique blend of theory and practice in the educational environment. An aggressive, insightful program of study ensures that students understand the challenges of today’s school systems and the demands for those of tomorrow. Each student’s personal philosophy of education is formed by grounding theory with practices observed in schools located in diverse communities.

Lasell College’s passing rates on the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) are included in the Title II report. In 2013-2014, 100% of the graduates of our education licensure programs passed all portions of the exam. Our approach to student success includes infusing test content into courses, providing seminars focused on test objectives and strategies, and using test results to strengthen the program.


Undergraduate Academic Grievance Process

Undergraduate Grading and Academic Credit Policies