Welcome New Students!
This website and the Welcome Packet will be your portal to Lasell College. Please read all the information below to learn how to register for Orientation, obtain necessary forms, and complete placement exams. Welcome to the Lasell College community! For more detailed information please use the links on the left sidebar. Detailed information and Welcome Packets will be available after May 1st.
Should you have questions please feel free to contact the Office of Student Activities and Orientation at 617-243-2475 or via email at email@example.com. Our business hours during the academic year are Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the summer we are open Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Orientation Quick Links
Lasell Laser Welcome Weekend is the second portion of our Orientation program for new students. This three day program takes place just before classes start in September from September 5-7, 2014. During Lasell Laser Welcome Weekend you will learn how to navigate the Lasell campus as well as the great city of Boston. Part of this program is focused on adjusting to your new community, learning where your classes will take place, meeting with faculty members and discussing your common reading. You will also have the opportunity to explore Boston with faculty and staff members and/or join the first year class on an evening cruise of the Boston Harbor. You can find a list of trip options, descriptions and prices by clicking here. Once you have decided what you want to attend you may register here. Please note: if you haven't attended an Orientation Program, you must register for Make Up Orientation on Saturday, September 6, 2014.
Class Service Project at Lasell Laser Welcome Weekend
Here at Lasell College, we care about the community. Each year, the incoming class collectively donates supplies to a local charity. This year, your class will be giving food, toiletry or home cleaning items to the Centre Street Food Pantry, an independant nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization that serves residents of Newton, Brookline, Needham, Allston/Brighton, Watertown and Wellesley. As you pack for college, you may choose to bring extra products such as non-perishable food iteams, hygiene products, or househool/paper products to contribute to those in need. Donations may be dropped off at Check-In on Friday, September 5, 2014 during Lasell Laser Welcome Weekend at the Center for Community-Based Learning's Table.
First Year Student Care Packages
The Center for Community-Based Learning offers families the ability to order care packages for students. All proceeds support the Alternative Spring Break, a community service trip open to Lasell College students each March. Additional information and order form can be found here.
Your username and temporary password will be mailed with your Welcome Packet. To login to your Lasell student email, click here. This will take you to the Outlook login page, where you can login to your Lasell student email account. Directions are also below for how to access your Lasell email account, how to change your password, how to set up email forwarding, and how to set up email access to your Lasell email account on your phone. Contact Information Technology with any questions at (617) 243-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- How to Check Your Lasell Email Account (PDF)
- How to Change Your Password (PDF)
- How to Set Up Email Forwarding (PDF)
- How to Set Up Email Access on Your Phone (PDF)
Please complete as soon as possible. Use your Lasell user name and password to enter into the placement exam.
Please print and bring with you score confirmation.
- Directions for Completing Placement Exams - Please read first
- Math Placement Exam
- English Placement Essay
- Spanish and French Placement Exam (the password is lasell)*
Spanish and French Placement Exams Students in the following majors have a foreign language graduation requirement: English, English with Elementary Education, English with Secondary Education, History, History with Secondary Education, Humanities, Human Services, Psychology, Sociology, and International Business. Students in these areas with previous coursework in Spanish or French should take the placement test for the language they have studied; students in other majors who are considering further Spanish or French study at Lasell should also complete the appropriate placement test.
All students please submit by August 1, 2014 or as soon as possible. All forms are required.
- Personal Health History
- Physical Exam
- Immunization Record
- Meningitis Waiver Form
- Tuberculosis Screening Form
- Student Athlete Health Forms
The Lasell College Office of Student Accounts is here to serve your needs as they relate to your tuition account. When you register at Lasell College, you are thereby agreeing to pay all charges when the account is due, on a semester-by-semester basis. Below is the 2014-2015 Undergraduate Billing Policies and Fee Schedule. Please be sure to read this document thoroughly, as it contains important and helpful information regarding your financial responsibilities and options while attending Lasell College. Feel free to contact the Office of Student Accounts at email@example.com, or (617) 243-2103, with any questions.
Look here for: Billing Pin, Student ID Number, and Self-Service Log-in Information
2014-2015 Billing and Fee Schedule Information
Look here for: Payment due dates, Health Insurance Waiver information, Explanation of tuition and fees.
Resident students, please submit by July 11, 2014 or as soon as possible.
- Instructions for Completing Housing Information - Please read first
- Supplemental Housing Information
- Packing Guide
Donahue's Bookstore is pleased to offer many affordable textbooks options to Lasell College students including new, used, digital, and rental texts. In addition to traditional payment methods, we're also happy to accept Laser Loot for all in-store purchases. In order to avoid the crowds at the beginning of the school year, we highly recommend ordering your books ahead of time through our online website once you have your course schedule. You can choose to either have your books shipped right to your house or they can be held at the store until you're ready to come pick them up. If you have questions about the bookstore or purchasing your books, you can call (617) 243-2183 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.