Policies and Issues of General Conduct

Lasell College is committed to creating an environment that fosters student growth and development. The quality of life at Lasell is directly tied to the actions of the members of the community, and their mutual respect and consideration. Members of the Lasell College community are expected to:

  • Contribute to the creation of an environment that supports learning, personal development, and civil discourse;
  • Honor the rights of others to work and live in the Lasell College community without concern for verbal or physical abuse, or the threat thereof;
  • Respect the differences inherent in the diversity of our community members; and
  • Commit to behaving in ways that acknowledge the dignity of each individual.

Policies and Issues of General Conduct Continued...

Alcohol and Other Drug Policies

College Property

Communication Policy

Conduct System

Fire Regulations/Arson




Health Risks Associated with Alcohol and Drugs

Lasell Acceptable Use of Information Technology Systems

Lasell College Non-Discrimination Policy

Lasell College Sexual Misconduct Policy

Life-threatening Situations

Sexual Assault

Smoking Policy


Firearms and Fireworks
Firearms of any type (including Air Soft, Pellet, or BB guns), assembled or disassembled, ammunition, knives, machetes, javelins, martial arts devices, clubs, any device that is capable of shooting a projectile, or any device that can be considered hazardous to the welfare of members of the college community are strictly prohibited on campus. Any violation of state laws or city by-laws, prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, cutting instruments, fireworks, firecrackers, any other explosives, incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons will result in criminal prosecution, and will be subject to removal from residence (if applicable) and/or suspension or dismissal from the college. Under the Bartley-Fox Gun Control Law, there is a one-year mandatory sentence for anyone possession a firearm without the proper license.

Any student having possession of any type of tear gas, chemical mace, or any other device or instrument which contains or emits a liquid, gas, powder or any other substance designed to incapacitate, must have a valid Massachusetts Firearms Identification Card on their person (Chapter 140 section 121c & 129c). Violations of this policy will result in confiscation of the object.