Living on Campus

Currently, more than 80% of Lasell's undergraduate population lives in campus-owned and operated facilities. The residential community at Lasell College consists of 26 buildings: five traditional residence halls, three suite style residence halls, and fifteen residence houses. Students have the opportunity to live in coeducational, all-female, quiet/study, or alcohol-free communities. All residential buildings are smoke-free environments.

The residential life staff is committed to fostering an atmosphere in the halls and houses that will enhance the academic and co-curricular experience within the college community. The staff members are trained to focus on building living and learning communities that support the concept of Connected Learning.

Residential Life Mission:
Residential Life strives to provide a safe and welcoming residential community that promotes student growth and social responsibility while supporting the College’s connected learning philosophy. We do this through engaging students in both social and education opportunities, encouraging accountability through the enforcement of community standards, and working to foster positive student interactions with members of the faculty and staff.
(Adopted, 2012)

Faculty Profile

Tessa LeRoux, Ph.DProfessor of Sociology; Director of Nancy Lawson Donahue ’49 Institute for Values and Public Life; Book Review Editor for Journal of Family Theory and ReviewTessa Leroux's main scholarly work is in the field of gender and family studies. She has published articles in the area of gender role socialization, teenage pregnancy and single parenthood, domestic work and migration, and family ideology.  

 

 

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