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Academics at Lasell

Lasell University faculty are committed to creatively integrating challenging coursework with practical experience in an environment that fosters lifelong intellectual exploration, active citizenship and social responsibility. 

This is an infographic that depicts the following facts about the student to faculty ratio: the undergraduate Student/Faculty ratio is 13:1, 94.6% of undergraduate classes have 25 or fewer students, 100% of students undertake an internship, the average class size is 18 students, 88% of 2019 graduates participated in a credit bearing Service Learning experience, and there are 83 full-time faculty.



Our approach to technology is based on the University's philosophy of connected learning, infusing the physical and online classroom environment with the most current systems, web sites, and social media.

This is an infographic that depicts the following facts about technology at Lasell: 100% of classrooms are technology enhanced, 100% of resident halls are equipped with WiFi,  there are 9 computer labs, 241 computers are available to students, there is wireless printing from personal laptops, students have 1TB of storage in the cloud, you can register & view grades online and submit assignments online, Canvas is the institution’s online learning management system.

 

Lasell University provides multiple opportunities for global learning. Using the home tuition model enables greater numbers of students a chance to experience a University-sponsored international experience.

This is an infographic that depicts the following facts about study abroad at Lasell: students can travel to 40 countries, there are 75 study abroad programs, 4 International Service Learning Trips, and 33% of May 2019 graduates had a University-sponsored international learning experience.


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Lasell University offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate academic programs and a deep commitment to Connected Learning. We'll engage you—and challenge you to apply what you learn—through a host of creative initiatives on campus, in our community, and among the cultural, health care, and business opportunities of nearby Boston.