Step 1: Submit Enrollment Deposit & Finalize Tuition Plans

Submit Enrollment Deposit

Domestic Students: 

To officially enroll for the next start term, you must submit a $125 non-refundable enrollment deposit. This enrollment deposit is required to reserve a space in your classes. 

Once the deposit is received, students work with their Enrollment Counselor to register for classes.  Please note: If you are granted Graduate housing, a separate refundable damage deposit will be required to hold your room. 

You can make your deposit in The Student Account Center.

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For assistance with navigating the Student Account Center (SAC), please watch the video below.

International Students:

To officially enroll, you are required to make a $450 deposit to cover the cost of issuing an I-20.  Deposits can be made via Flywire, which streamlines the payment process and allows you to make the payment from any country and bank. You are offered excellent exchange rates compared to traditional banks and can track your payment through the transfer process.  Please note: If you are granted Graduate housing, a separate refundable damage deposit will be required to hold your room.  

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Finalize Tuition Plans

Lasell offers various payment options such as a one-time payment, two and four-month payment plans, or making a payment towards an existing payment plan. Payments can be made on ePay by check (at no extra cost) or credit card with a convenience fee. International students may also wire funds via peer transfer/Flywire.

Employer Reimbursement

Some employers participate in a tuition reimbursement program. Contact your company's personnel office to determine if this source of financial assistance is available to you.

If your employer does offer a tuition reimbursement program, you are responsible for processing the funds that will be available from your employer. A signed promissory note will be required at registration, verifying the level of employer tuition assistance available. Minimally, in such a situation, you will be required to pay for the first course in each term. See more info.

Tuition Payment Options

Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, cash, personal checks and money orders are accepted for payment of tuition fees. See more information about payment options.

Step 2: Register for Classes

Once you submit your enrollment deposit, your Enrollment Counselor will contact you about registering for classes in your first term. Your Enrollment Counselor will help you identify the best course(s) for you based upon your start term. Enrollment Counselor information can be found here. After your first academic term, your Academic Advisor will assist with future class registration. Your Academic Advisor will also provide support throughout your academic program and can be used as a resource. 

See below if you need more info on how to contact your academic counselor. 

Academic Counselor   Contact Info    Programs Advised

Whitney Jorns Kuhnlenz

Director of Graduate Student Services

wkuhnlenz@lasell.edu 
617-243-2233

▪ Master of Science in Nutrition for Human Performance

 Certificate Students

Elizabeth Milano
Associate Director of Graduate Student Service & Advising

emilano@lasell.edu 
617-243-2086

 Master in Business Administration
 Master of Science in Communication
▪ Master of Science in Criminal Justice (Last Names A-K)
 Master of Science in Education (Pre-Licensure)
▪ Master of Science in Education
     ▪  (Non-Licensure in Curriculum, Leadership & Inclusion)
▪ Master of Science in Management

Caroline Lynch

Assistant Director of Graduate and Student Service & Advising

clynch@lasell.edu

617-243-2038

▪ Master of Science in Criminal Justice (Last Names L-Z)

▪ Master of Science in Human Resources

▪ Master of Science in Marketing

▪ Master of Science in Project Management 

▪ Master of Science in Rehabilitation Science

▪ Master of Science in Sport Management

Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid

Apply for Financial Aid

If you want to apply for financial aid, you will need to file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to determine if you are eligible for financial aid. Lasell University defines full-time enrollment as 9 credits per 15-week semester and 6 credits per 8-week session. Half-time enrollment in a 15-week semester is defined as a minimum of 6 credits and in an 8-week session as 3 credits. In order to be eligible for federal aid, students must be enrolled a minimum of half-time.

Below are the steps to apply for federal financial aid: 

Step 1: Request a FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID - username and password) ·  You will use your FSA ID to sign your FAFSA electronically.

Step 2: Complete the free application for FAFSA - You will need the Lasell University School code 002158 when you fill out the application.  It usually takes three business days for the Student Financial Planning Office to receive a FAFSA after our school code is added.

Step 3: Complete Graduate Financial Aid Agreement Form - The credit drop-down boxes indicate how many classes you are taking per session. Three credits represent one class per session and six credits represent two classes per session. 

Step 4: Complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling for the Federal Direct Stafford Loan at https://studentloans.gov.   

The below table outlines which FAFSA is required to disperse financial aid funds for each academic term.  

Start Term 2020-2021 FAFSA Required 2021-2022 FAFSA Required
January 2021  X
March 2021  X
May 2021  X
July 2021 X
September 2021 X
October 2020 X X  
  • Your correct social security number must be on file with your FAFSA. If you do not provide this information, we will not be able to process your FAFSA.
  • You must provide our school code: 002158 in order for Manhattan College to receive your information.
  • The FAFSA is available starting on October 1 for the following school year.

Contact the Financial Aid office at finaid@lasell.edu or 617-243-2227.