About the Area

Lasell students gain valuable internship experience in Boston and the surrounding areas at organizations such as:

State Street Bank
Northwestern Mutual
Children's Hospital
Private Healthcare Systems
Asperger's Association of New England
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Weymouth Elder Services
Brookline High School
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
The Boston Marathon
Cambridge Mayor's Office
MIX 98.5
WNTN 1550
The Boston Globe
Brockton Juvenile Court
U.S. Marshall's Office
Boston Victims Rights Law Center
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
Marriott Hotels
American Airlines
Charles River Boat Company

Lasell College is located at the intersection of I-95/Route 128 and the Massachusetts Turnpike. Route 128 creates a ring around downtown Boston, connecting Lasell College to points north and south, while the Turnpike makes it easy to reach Boston to the east. The area surrounding Boston is home to many thriving businesses, schools, and health care institutions.

About Boston
Boston is one of the best college towns in the nation. You'll join over 200,000 students from the area's many colleges and universities in taking advantage of all this world-class city has to offer.

Lasell College, just 8 miles west of Boston, puts you within a short train or car ride of many famous attractions. Walk the Freedom Trail. Visit the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Science. Experience Symphony Hall. Enjoy Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Catch Red Sox and Celtics games.

Boston's dynamic economy attracts talent from all over the world and offers many opportunities to connect with professionals in your chosen field as you gain experience through internships and build your network.

To learn more about Boston, check out the links below:

www.boston-online.com — a web directory designed especially for visitors

www.boston.com — the website of The Boston Globe

www.bostonphoenix.com — a guide to arts and entertainment

Faculty Profile

Steven F. Bloom, Ph.D.Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dean of Undergraduate Education; Professor of EnglishSteven F. Bloom's primary scholarly focus is on the life and works of the American dramatist Eugene O'Neill, in particular, O'Neill's dramaturgical use of drinking and alcoholism.  

News Highlight

Lasell Introduces Cross-Registration Program with Regis College, Expanding on Courses Offered  Monday, March 30, 2015Lasell College will begin a cross-registration program with Regis College this Fall, enabling undergraduate students to enroll in additional courses there at no additional cost. Lasell students will be able to add selected Regis courses to their Lasell schedule starting with pre-registration this April.

Featured Event

Graduate Information Session  Wednesday, August 20, 2014