Accepted Students Day

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    At Dean College, there are several opportunities to visit as an accepted student, providing a great opportunity to become acclimated with the campus and meet your future classmates.

    Accepted Students Day

    Students admitted for the fall are highly encouraged to attend Accepted Students Day.

    Accepted Students Day is a special program designed to offer all the information you need to choose Dean College. Even if you previously visited for Discover Dean Day or other campus events, this day offers unique insights into being a Dean Bulldog!

    The program begins at 9:00am and concludes in the afternoon.

    Register here for Accepted Students Day.

    Why Accepted Students Day?

    Everyone is welcome. Dean provides both student and parent sessions to offer a first-hand account of life at Dean through presentations and interaction with faculty and staff. Representatives from various campus offices will be available to answer your questions.

     Our Accepted Day program includes:

    • Student activities fair
    • Campus and residence hall tours
    • Panel presentations
    • One-on-one meetings with financial aid counselors
    • Overviews of Academic Support Services and the Honors, Internship and Study Abroad Programs
    • Academic and advising sessions
    • Hands-on instruction and interaction on paying your enrollment deposit, setting up an email account, submitting required health forms, and completing the online Housing and Dining Request form.

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