Community Service Scholars

Incoming first year students are eligible to apply for the Community Service Scholarship. Community Service Scholars complete 50 hours of service per semester under the guidance of the CCBL Assistant Director. Scholars participate in monthly trainings on relevant social issues such as poverty, hunger, homelessness and equal access to education.

Once enrolled in the scholarship program, students are required to live in the Community Service House during their freshman year, may tutor with America Reads or Counts, mentor children from the Second Step, or lead volunteer projects in the community.

Learn more from the Office of Financial Planning.

Student Profile

Sydney HerndonFashion and Retail Merchandising, Class of 2017"I love going into Boston to shop and walk around."  

News Highlight

REACH Beyond Domestic Violence to Honor Lasell Professor  Thursday, May 26, 2016REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, a Waltham-based domestic violence service agency, will honor Assistant Professor of Justice Studies Karin Raye for her service and advocacy work in the community around domestic violence prevention.

Featured Event

U.S. News and World Report 2016 Lasell College Ranked Among Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report for 2016

- 26th in "Best Regional College" - North