Lasell College is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational college located in the Newton, Massachusetts, United States village of Auburndale. Lasell offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the liberal arts and professional fields of study. At Lasell, "academics" means discovery and creation within and beyond the classroom. Students are constantly involved in experiences that are directly relevant to their chosen professions, through hands-on research, community service-learning, rewarding internships, and group projects. View Lasell’s Connected Learning approach.We complement traditional approaches with active learning experiences. We are committed to the idea of learning by doing through internships, service learning, and challenging projects in and out of the classroom. Here are just a few Connected Learning examples: Athletic training students care for injuries at the Olympic Development Program for Youth Soccer, the Bay State Games, and the Boston Marathon. Justice studies students gain experience at the U.S. Marshall's Office in Boston, Victim's Rights Law Center, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, Brandon Residential Treatment Center, and various local police headquarters and law offices. Fashion design and production students might intern at CranBarry Inc., makers of athletic uniforms and one of only a few manufacturing sites in the country where complete construction--from design to stitching--is done on site. Accounting students learn the ins and outs of our complex tax system from the IRS and help disadvantaged and elderly taxpayers complete their tax returns. At the Center for Community Based Learning and the Donahue Institute, students from all majors learn through course-based service learning projects and implement their own ideas.