Nancy Goodale ’66 left Lasell with just one regret: She wished her college experience had lasted longer.
Nancye Van Deusen Connor ’57 P’84 marvels at how much has changed since her days as a student at Lasell Junior College.
Ann Tyler graduated from Lasell College nearly 50 years ago. When asked why she chose to leave a gift to Lasell College in her will, she sent the following moving statement...
“I decided to take advantage of my 50th Reunion last May to make a planned gift for Lasell,” says Katie McDonough Ryan, Class of 1967.
I want to keep the Lasell lamp burning for the present and future generations of students of all ages.
Barbara Berry Roberts graduated from Lasell College almost 70 years ago and is inspired by her many classmates who have generously supported the school over the decades.
After my marriage to Donald Winslow, who was born on the Lasell campus nearly a century ago, Lasell became part of my life too.
Deborah O’Neill Aspinwall ’66 and her husband, John, have been loyal Lasell supporters for many years. But it was Deborah’s 50th Lasell Reunion in 2016 that inspired the couple to create a permanent legacy at the College.
Lasell gave me wonderful friends, a lot of laughter and challenging classes. I especially loved my science courses: human anatomy and physiology, chemistry, bacteriology and more.
"I had the best experience at Lasell; the college provided me with the tools to succeed."
Nancy Goodman Cobin ’55, who will celebrate her 60th Reunion in June 2015, remains in touch with Lasell and feels passionately about giving according to one’s means.
I was just a young girl from Butler, New Jersey. My father passed away when I was young, and my mother couldn’t afford to send me to college.
My wife Danielle and I are happily devoted to giving back to Lasell College as Heritage Society members. We know that Lasell delivers excellence.