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Leadership & Service


Lasell students are encouraged to develop their leadership skills while on campus. Whether you participate in student government, on a sports team, or in a club, you'll find a place to grow your skills. 

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Student Government - SGA

Students in SGA serve as representatives for all Lasell students. They plan events and work with faculty and the administration to support student needs.



student leaders on a stage

Leadership Scholar Program

Chosen from incoming first year class, Student Leadership Scholars are take leadership courses, hear from guest speakers, and are encouraged to take on leadership roles in student organizations.



Lasell believes that service is a key part of learning and Lasell students love to be a part of the community and volunteer both on-campus and in the surrounding community. These are just some of the ways Lasell students are involved in service in the community.

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Student Service Organizations

- ACS (American Cancer Society) on Campus
Best Buddies
- Dry Food Pantry
Empty Bowls Club
- Habitat for Humanity
- Lasell Votes

Clubs & Organizations information

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Mentoring and Tutoring

Mentor or tutor local students through programs such as The Partnerships for Academic Confidence & Educational Success (PACES) and The Vivien Ash Gallagher ’64 Reading Initiative programs. 



students on international travel

Service Learning

Spend your spring break providing needed services to communities throughout the United States. Or head international and serve local communities around the world. Or, link a service project to a course for credit. 

- Lasell Alternative Breaks (LABs)
- International Service Learning
- Service Learning Credit program

Additional Resources 

Center for Community Based Learning (CCBL)

Honors Program

Leadership in Civic Engagement Minor