29 Everett St, Cambridge, MA 02138
Lesley University is a private university located in Cambridge, MA. It has not selective, obtainable admissions, with a 76% acceptance rate. It is a small sized institution with full-time enrollment of 1,562 students. 15% of its graduates get a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. Other popular picks include Rehabilitation and Therapy, Business, and Counseling Psychology, but there are 40 options to choose from. It ranks 4th in Massachusetts for its film program. Furthermore, Lesley University placed 7th in Massachusetts on our most liberal colleges and best college locations lists. For applicants living in Massachusetts, sticker price tuition costs $29,373 per year. Students living in other states have to shell out $26,576 a year. It is worth bringing up that just about every single Lesley student, an overwhelming majority of Lesley undergrads obtains some scholarship or grant funding. 62% of Lesley University undergraduates end up getting a diploma, green and equipped to move into the labor force. A couple years after school, graduates earn a median yearly wage of $32,200. After 4 more years of experience, the graduate's average wage increases 20.2% to $38,700; however, that is still 3.5% under the national median salary. Applying students may like to be informed that it is required that you include your GPA when submitting your application. Further, it does not have a remote program. With respect to your cash flow, be aware that 98% of undergraduates are awarded institutional grants and 32% of students are awarded Pell grants. Regarding demographics, students who are 22 to 24 make up 14% of the undergraduate population and the faculty is comprised of 5% African-American professors. Apropos of life on campus, there are 8 men's varsity sports teams, including basketball, baseball, and tennis. To wrap things up, one in four graduates earn a starting salary of $18,200 or less and six years after receiving their diplomas, 12% of Lesley graduates are out of work.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities
Rehabilitation and Therapy