GOLD Giving

What did you gain from your time at Lasell? A mentor? A new perspective on the world around you? A chance to study abroad? A forever friend? A chance to help someone in need? A job? Or maybe even a significant other? 

If you graduated from Lasell College within the last 10 years chances are the Lasell Fund provided you with something that is dear to you. Now is the time to think about giving back to the place that helped shape you into who you are today. It's never too soon to think about giving back, become a member of the GOLD Circle Today!

“Giving to the Lasell Fund is the least I can do to show gratitude to the institution that provided me with so much. Lasell gave me an education, friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. Now it is my turn to give back to Lasell."

Heather Oblon ‘10
President, GOLD Council
Participation Matters!
No gift is too small and participation is key in the continued success of Lasell College. Approximately 15% of Lasell’s living alumni are GOLD alumni, which makes a significant impact for the Lasell Fund when you participate. Your education was supported by generations of alumni and friends and now YOU have the opportunity to support current and future students. 

Why give to the Lasell Fund?
  • Increase available financial aid and scholarship opportunities
  • Strengthen academic, social and athletic programs
  • Increase the number of service learning experiences
  • Support faculty research and projects
  • Enhance classroom technologies and student life programs 

Student Profile

Sara RobertsCommunication with a Concentration in Creative Advertising and a minor in Graphic Design, Class of 2014"I was also really drawn to Lasell because of its focus on setting students up in the best possible way to enter their careers."  

News Highlight

Lasell Communications Professor Visits Syrian Refugees in Jordan  Thursday, July 10, 2014It is a tragedy that has taken a backseat to other disasters in the mainstream media. Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees have flooded Jordan since 2011, escaping violence and economic hardship in their home country, and continue to live in crisis. But it has certain meaning for one Lasell Communicaitons Professor.

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