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      Dean College Named 2017-2018 Business College of Distinction

      02/05/2018

      Dean College Named 2017-2018 Business College of Distinction

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      Dean College, already an honored member of Colleges of Distinction, has been further recognized for its excellent programming in Business.

      College of Distinction’s new Field of Study badges were created to recognize colleges and universities like Dean College for their innovative leadership in higher education. Those who have received this honor have proven themselves for qualities such as breadth of program and track record for success.

      Dean College continues to be an outstanding representation of the student-centered colleges. As a College of Distinction, Dean College is actively preparing the next generation of young adults with a successful delivery of four distinctions – Engagement, Teaching, Community and Outcomes.

      We are proud to be named a 2017-2018 Business College of Distinction. To learn more about the many awards, recognitions and accomplishments that Dean College continues to be honored with, visit the Dean College Awards and Recognition webpage. 

      For more information on Colleges of Distinction, visit www.collegesofdistinction.com

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      Dean College Presents: Choreographers' Concert, February 8-9, 2019

      01/22/2019

      The School of the Arts at Dean College will perform Choreographers’ Concert beginning Friday, February 8th through Saturday, February 9, 2019.

      Renowned guest artists will view selected student works and give insightful feedback to our student choreographers in our version of “So You Think You Can Choreograph.” Friday night’s performance will be presented as a straight concert without interruptions, whereas Saturday’s concert will feature live commentary from our guest artists. 

      The Dean College production of Choreographers’ Concert will take place in the Main Stage in the Campus Center at Dean College, 109 West Central Street, Franklin at 8:00 p.m. Friday – Saturday. General admission is $22, Seniors $12 and Children $7. 

      To learn more and purchase tickets, visit www.dean.edu/boxoffice. 

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      Dean College Welcomes Elizabeth Schuster as Director, Arch Learning Community

      01/22/2019

      Dean College is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Schuster has accepted appointment as Director of the Arch Learning Community.

      Schuster has over 22 years of combined experience in counseling and education. She is knowledgeable in a variety of counseling services, has developed challenging and creative secondary and post-secondary curriculum, and is dedicated to student success, retention and developing life-long learning. 

      Schuster holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University. 

      In addition to her new appointment, Ms. Schuster provides academic assistance to students at Dean as an academic coach. She also serves as an adjunct instructor for Psychology. 

      “I look forward to continuing my work with students, and the whole Dean community, as we work together to help students achieve academic and personal success,” said Schuster. 

      For more information about the Arch Learning Community at Dean College, visit www.dean.edu/arch.  

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      Dean College Receives Davis Educational Foundation Grant

      01/02/2019

      Dean College has been awarded $180,150 from the Davis Educational Foundation.

      The grant will support the proposal titled The Bulldog Experience: Curriculum and Career Integration, which will create a robust, connective four-year framework that integrates career preparation with the curriculum and co-curriculum.

      This project recognizes the need for formalized career preparation to support every student’s career exploration and achievement of career-building accomplishments before graduation. 

      “Dean College is thrilled to receive funding from the Davis Educational Foundation,” says Project Co-Director Wendy Adler, Associate Vice President, Student Success and Career Planning. “We are committed to providing our students with a quality education that will last beyond their time here,” adds Melissa Read, Assistant Vice President, Academic Affairs and Project Co-Director.

      For more information about the Davis Educational Foundation, visit www.davisfoundations.org

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      General Donald Bolduc '86 to Speak at Dean College Executive Lecture Series, March 20, 2019

      01/02/2019

      Dean College is honored to host Brigadier General Donald Bolduc ‘86, US Army, Retired, for the Dean College Leadership Institute Executive Lecture Series on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. 

      The Executive Series offers a unique and interactive opportunity for students, alumni and the local community to interact with today’s business leaders.

      BG Donald Bolduc, Class of 1986, retired in 2017 after 32 years of active duty service to his country in which he received two awards for valor, five Bronze Star medals, two Purple Hearts, led ten deployments, and survived a bomb blast, numerous fire fights and a helicopter crash.

      BG Bolduc, former Commander, Special Operations Command Africa, has hung up his fatigues to advocate for veterans and their families, the treatment and shedding the stigma of PTS, TBI, pain management, sleep disorders and neurotoxicity both from within the US military as well as the general public. 

      Featuring an unprecedented list of national business leaders, including past speakers like Robert K. Kraft, Jonathan Kraft, Bert Jacobs, Anne M. Finucane, the Executive Lecture Series is a signature event for the Dean Leadership Institute and an exciting opportunity for our students and the community to gain knowledge from an experienced business executive. 

      The speaking program will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Guidrey Center at Dean College, 109 West Central Street, Franklin, MA on March 20, 2019. The program is FREE and open to the public. For more information, visit www.dean.edu/dli.   

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      Dean College Move-In Information, January 2019

      01/02/2019

      Move-in is an exciting time! Dean College check-in and move-In information for Spring 2019 is as follows:

      New Student Check-In

      Monday, January 21st 9am-9:30am

      Check-In for ALL New Students, both commuter and resident, is schedule from 9am to 9:30am in the Campus Center. Students will need to be cleared prior to moving into their assigned residence halls or participating in New Student Orientation. The orientation program starts at 11:15am in the Campus Center for both students and families.

      Returning Resident Student Check-In

      Monday, January 21st, 9am-5pm

      Returning Resident students who have NOT been cleared for Direct Check-In must go to the Campus Center to Check-In. Once the student is cleared for check in, they may proceed to the Campus Safety/Residence Life table in the Campus Center Atrium to have their student ID activated. Students not cleared for direct check in with not have ID access to their buildings until they have completed any clearance holds.

      Returning Resident students who have been CLEARED for Direct Check-In may proceed directly to their residence hall.

      Any student arriving to Check-In after 5pm on Monday, January 21st must be CLEARED to check in and attend classes on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students who are not cleared must check in with the Center for Financial Planning and Services in Dean Hall prior to attending classes on Tuesday, January 22nd.

      All students must swipe their ID card prior to entering their residence hall building. This allows us to verify the student is on campus.

      Returning Commuter Student Check-In

      Monday, January 15th 9am-5pm

      Returning Commuter students who have NOT been cleared for Direct Check-In must go to the Campus Center to Check-In on Monday, January 21st between 9am-5pm or in Dean Hall with the Center for Financial Planning and Services prior to attending classes on Tuesday, January 22nd. 

      Returning Commuter students who have been CLEARED for Direct Check-In may go directly to their first class on Tuesday, January 22nd.

      Click here for Spring 2019 Move-In information. 

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