Lesley University is located in the heart of America’s greatest college town:
Cambridge, Massachusetts. It’s an area that attracts more than 250,000 students from
all over the world, who bring their big ideas, their huge personalities, and their fierce determination.
Master the local geography
Lesley University is a few steps from Harvard University, a short distance from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and minutes from amazing entertainment and nightlife. You’ll find the best live music, food, culture, shopping, and historic landmarks that the city has to offer.
Learn your way around
Here you’ll find three campuses all within a seven-minute walk of each other. Tree-lined streets surrounded by historic
homes. Easy access to public transportation that gets you to downtown Boston in ten minutes. Traditional housing that
makes you feel like you’re living at Hogwarts. And brand new facilities that encourage creativity and innovation.
Where you’ll find the student center, a 24-hour computer lab and study space, a dining hall, residence halls, and our fitness center. It’s also home to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
It’s where the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences
is located, along with our main library, four residence halls,
a dining hall, and classrooms.
This is the home of the College of Art and Design and
the Graduate School of Education. It’s a great place to
buy your books at the bookstore, get administrative
and financial services, or meet friends for coffee.
Make a plan to see Boston
You can walk the Freedom Trail, which traces the city’s Revolutionary War history. Shop and eat your way through Boston’s colorful neighborhoods, and find live music and theater venues. It’s all as close as a subway ride away.
Cheer for one of Boston’s best-loved teams:
- Bruins (Hockey)
- Celtics (Basketball)
- Patriots (American Football)
- Red Sox (Baseball)
Go for a run along the Charles River.
Patron of the arts
See the Art of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Visit the Boston Public Library, established in 1848, the first large, free, municipal library in the U.S.
Shop the trendy SoWa (South of Washington Street) open market or one of the many thrift shops.
Go see the penguins and sea lions at the New England Aquarium.
Walk anywhere in Boston. You’ll find American history no matter which direction you go.