Campus Commuters

Students who live off campus are encouraged to take advantage of the many services and activities that Lasell has to offer on campus. Get involved and become a part of the Lasell community! Make sure you download the MyLasell App so you're always up to date with the latest events, dining services and sporting schedules here at Lasell!

Long Distance Lasers

Our primary goal is to work towards improving commuter student’s daily life on campus. To accomplish this we serve as a forum for the communication and expression of commuter student views on campus. For more information, contact SGA Commuter President and Long Distance Laser President, Bea Boisvert at

Einstein Bros.Dining Options

Dining options available to campus commuters include Valentine Dining Hall in the Edwards Student Center, Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Arnow Campus Center, and two a la carte dining options - one in Wolfe Hall and another in the Glow Lounge in the Winslow Academic Center. Commuting to Lasell is a great way to have the best of two worlds!

For commuters who want the convenience of being able to dine at Valentine Dining Hall with friends, you can sign up for a Commuter Block Meal Plan. There are three different blocks to choose from:

  • Block 25: $110
  • Block 50: $220
  • Block 75: $330

To sign up for a meal plan, go to MyLasell and fill out the required form. Dining Services can also be contacted at 617-243-2163.

Restaurants and Shops Along the Way

If you're traveling to campus along the Green Line, there are also plenty of other places to eat and shop.

Green Line Map


There are a variety of events throughout the semester that commuter students can enjoy. Check the events calendar for things that peak your interest! Make sure you 'like' the Office of Student Activities' Facebook page too.

Athletic events are listed on both our events calendar and on the Laser Pride website.

Getting Involved

Campus clubs and organizations are a great way to become involved with the Lasell community. Many of the College’s lectures, campus-wide presentations and social and recreational programming are purposely timed to take place during common hours which are mid-day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Learn more by reading Lasell's Involvement Guide and Student Organizational Manuel.

To get involved, contact the Office of Student Activities - located in the Arnow Campus Center, on the 2nd floor. They are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. during the academic year and Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m. during the summer. You can also reach them by telephone at (617) 243-2475 or by e-mail at

Commuter Coffee Hour Series

Commuter Coffee Hour

A few times a month, the Office of Student Activities hosts Commuter Coffee Hour in the Commuter Lounge. Spring dates include:

  • Friday, March 4th with Campus Police at 10 a.m.
  • Tuesday, April 5th with the Office of Student Activities at 2 p.m.

Email Jennifer Granger, Director of Student Activities and Orientation at for additional details.

Student Support

Commuters in need of academic support have free access to Lasell's Center for Academic Achievement (ACC), located on the lower level of the Brennan Library. The Center for Academic Advising and First Year Programs provides first year students additional academic advising services in Bancroft House. Students can make an appointment with the ACC using the online scheduling tool, by emailing or calling 617-243-2474 to schedule time with a professional or student tutor.


There are many computer labs for use around campus. They include the new state-of-the-art STEAM lab, as well as Doran, Gregorian, Lowe Teaching Lab, Hayes, Weber and the Wolfe Business lab.

Labs are open Monday-Friday from 7:45 a.m.-11:45 p.m., Saturday from 12 p.m.-4:45 p.m., and on Sunday from 12 p.m.-11:45 p.m.

Public space computers can be found in Brennan Library, Wolfe Lobby, Glow Lounge, Campus Center Lounge, and the third floor of Donahue.

For assistance with technology related issues, the Technology Help Desk is available 24/7! They are located on the lower level of the Brennan Library and can be reached at 617-243-2200 or by email at

News Highlight

Admission Staff Member Comments on College Application Process in Washington Post  Wednesday, August 31, 2016Admission Associate Director Kaitlyn Botelho offered her advice for a recent Washington Post article titled "What college admissions officers say they want in a candidate."

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