Every student has unique financial situations and needs and if you're interested in earning a Master's degree or graduate certificate, we will work with you to overcome the financial hurdles. Our counselors will be there every step of the way to provide you with guidance, answer any questions, help to determine what types of financing you're eligible for, and selecting the best options to fund your academic endeavors. Below are a few of the options we offer to help make your academic investment more affordable:

Contact our enrollment counselor team to talk about your options. Below you will find the basic information for tuition and fees for the Graduate and Professional Studies programs.

View the 2020-2021 Graduate & Professional Studies Billing Policies (PDF)

2020-2021 Master's Degree Tuition

Fee Description                                       Cost
Graduate (all programs unless specified) $600 per credit
Graduate Comprehensive Fee $40/per session
Replacement ID Card $50
Course Fees Vary

2020-2021 Bachelor Degree Completion (BSBA) Tuition

Fee Description Cost
Bachelor Degree Completion Tuition $400 per credit
Comprehensive Fee $40/ per session
Replacement ID Card $50
Course Fees Vary

Current students can view their account detail and balance on their Student Account Center via MyLasell by selecting Pay MyBill under University Resources.

Fee Descriptions

Tuition: Tuition is charged per credit based on registration for each session.

Comprehensive Fee: The comprehensive fee is charged per session. If a student is enrolled in three sessions in one semester they will only be charged two comprehensive fees.

Replacement ID Card: A fee is charged if an ID card is lost and needs to be replaced. 

Course Fees: There are fees associated with individual courses. 

Borrowing money for school is a serious, long-term, financial obligation. We want to ensure that all borrowers learn how to handle their finances so that they are in a position to repay their loan debts after they leave Lasell University.

Please note: The Department of Education mandates that all first time Federal Direct Student Loan and Federal Grad PLUS borrowers complete an “entrance counseling” session before receiving their loan. Loan proceeds cannot be credited to students’ accounts until they fulfill this requirement.