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Tuition and Aid

The Lasell Value

Lasell offers one of the lowest private college in New England. in fact, Lasell’s room and board costs are among the lowest in the Boston area.

Our goal is to present pricing in a way that is clear and easy to understand. We believe this  approach allows all students to consider a Lasell education.

Committed to Our Students

Lasell offers a transformative, world-class education, with courses taught by industry leaders. With small class sizes, Lasell provides a personalized educational experience to every student. At Lasell, students are part of a community – one that engages them from day one and throughout their college experience.

How Else Does Lasell Help Keep Costs Low?

We offer a wide range of financial assistance and cost-saving academic programs. 

Financial Aid Options

The Office of Financial Aid will determine your financial need and meet as much of that need as possible with a combination of Lasell, federal, and state funding from both grants and loans, and with Federal Work-Study. See Types of Financial Aid  

Lasell Award University

All admitted Lasell University applicants will be considered for Lasell University Awards based on a holistic review process.

Accelerated Master's Program

Become a Double Laser earning both an undergraduate and master's degree in as few as 5 years. This program is a flexible, convenient, and cost-effective. By completing course waivers and blended semester options during your undergraduate years, Accelerated Master's students save up to 30% on graduate school tuition.  

3-Year Degree

Lasell’s 3-year degree program gives you the chance to get the full college experience while saving time and money. You’ll work 1:1 with your academic advisor to carve the perfect path for you, whether you’re coming to Lasell with college credits or plan to take extra credits each semester.

Advanced Standing Credits

Students have the opportunity to earn transfer credit by examination in certain academic subjects through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Advanced Placement program (AP), the International Baccalaureate program (IB), and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) program.