New Graduate Professional Studies Students

Whether you're earning your degree online or on campus, the Technology Help Desk team is here to answer your questions, connect you to our systems and to assist you with technical issues you may encounter. To support our diverse and growing graduate student body we are available 24/7 around the clock by phone (617) 243-2200. Our email is monitored during business hours. Before starting your online classes you should complete the New Student To Do List and make sure to go through the Moodle orientation outlined below.

After completing the To-Do list, learn more with our Technology Survival Guide for Students (PDF).

Verify your Lasell User ID Password
Your User ID password will be auto-generated by the system and sent to your home email. You should verify your new password for the first time by logging into MyLasell. Lasell provides an online Password Reset system (SSRPM) to allow you to manage your own password at any time.

  • Logon to MyLasell from (there is no www in the address).
  • At the login, enter your full User ID (including and the password you were sent with your welcome email.
  • Click on Change Password from the left hand links. Then click on Reset Password.

  • Enter your User ID, and then click Continue. Answer the security questions, and click Reset.

Once reset, you may change your password anytime from the Change Password link on MyLasell or by directly going to if you have forgotten the password.

Know that assistance is just an email or telephone call away! The Technology Help Desk can be reached 24/7 at 617-243-2200 Or email us at: Monitored During Business Hours

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Chrysoula MargaritidisHospitality and Event Management, Class of 2016"One of my biggest reasons for coming to Lasell, besides the quality of my major, was its location."  

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Students, Faculty and Staff Travel to Tanzania for International Service Learning Trip  Wednesday, May 18, 2016In rural Tanzania, learning the English language is critical for a young child hoping to further his or her education, but it is often out of reach. For the next two weeks, a group of Lasell students hope to make a difference in one rural community there as part of a new Shoulder-to-Shoulder service learning trip.

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