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Residence Hall Move-In Information for January 20, 2014
Cleared returning student check in locations
(1:00pm – 4:00pm)If you live in Horne Hall or Mitchell House, report to Horne Hall.If you live in Adams Hall, report to Adams Hall.If you live in Bourret Hall, report to Bourret HallIf you live in Houston House, report to Chapman House.If you live in Dean Hall, Memorial Hall or Clark House, report to Dean Hall (lower level by Public Safety).If you live in Franklin Commons, report to Franklin Commons.If you live in Ewen Hall, report to Ewen Hall.If you live in Wallace Hall, report to Wallace Hall.If you live in Jones Hall, report to Jones Hall.If you live in Woodward Hall, report to Woodward Hall.
Non-cleared returning students check-in from 9:00am - 4:00pm in the Campus Center.
New students check-in from 9:00-11:00am in the Campus Center.
Dean College recently participated in Mediaplanet’s Disability Empowerment campaign, in which
the learning, intellectual, and developmental disability industries unite to
raise awareness about overcoming obstacles often faced by those with a
We are proud to be featured alongside industry influencers,
associations and public figures such as Daymond John, Henry Winkler, Temple
Grandin, the Special Olympics organization and many more who share their personal
experiences, triumphs and awareness efforts. The campaign was distributed
through the Washington Post on June 20, 2014 and is published online and in hard copy. To read the full campaign, click here: http://bit.ly/1kUN4SV.
Each summer, Dean College hosts its New Student Orientation
(NSO) program that is designed to prepare enrolled students for a successful
introduction to college.
This program is a day and a half long (including an
overnight stay in one of the dormitories) and allows students and their
families to sample the many different aspects of Dean. NSO not only offers
informative workshops and presentations but it also offers fun activities for
students and parents alike.
Dean will be hosting NSO I from Monday, June 23 to Tuesday,
June 24, NSO II from Thursday, June 26 to Friday, June 27, and NSO III from
Thursday, July 10 to Friday, July 11.
The goal of this program is to familiarize students and
their families with the academic support, residence life programs and
technology services available on campus. You will also have fun, meet faculty
and staff, and make friends with other Dean students!
To learn more about the program and register, please check
out this link: www.dean.edu/nso.
Dr. Linda Ragosta recently left Dean College after 9
years of service.
As Vice President of Academic Affairs and Planning, Linda
has been an instrumental member of the Senior Management team at Dean College
since 2005. For the past 9 years, Linda has led the college in successfully
implementing its mission. The dedication that she has shown to Dean exemplifies
the Dean Difference and the care that each individual member of the Dean
community shows to bettering the community as a whole.
Best of luck in any and all future
will truly be missed at Dean!
College Athletic Director John Jackson has been awarded the 2013-2014 Under
Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award (ADOY) for the Junior/Community
College division. It is the third time that John has been selected to receive
Award highlights the efforts of athletics directors at all levels for their
commitment and positive contributions to student-athletes, campuses and their
will be recognized at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of
Athletics (NACDA) 49th Annual Convention Awards Luncheon at the
World Center Marriott Resort in Orlando, Florida on June 11, 2014.
Dean College welcomes
Diletta “Dee” Masiello as Dean of the School of Continuing Studies. With over
15 years of increasing responsibility in higher education, Masiello will focus her
new position on building programs for adult students.
worked at Northeastern University for the past 13 years, Masiello is excited to
have an impact on a smaller institution. “My goal is to raise Dean’s profile in
the area,” said Masiello. “Providing Dean students with more options through
the addition of new programs and flexible course delivery is very exiting!
Everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue a higher education and these
initiatives build more pathways to make that possible."
joining Dean, Dee served as the Assistant Dean of Graduate Faculty and Academic
Affairs at Northeastern University, where she provided leadership, strategic
recruitment, enrollment management, and policy development. During her tenure,
Masiello helped launch the first-ever online MBA program at Northeastern
University. Under her leadership the program has grown from an original
entering class of 18 students in November of 2006 to nearly 1400 students
today. “People are now recognizing the value of the online delivery mode,” said
Masiello. “To provide flexibility to those who might not be able to attend
classes is where online education is valuable.”
holds a M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University
and a B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She has
presented at local, regional and national conferences on a variety of topics
including: strategic enrollment management, online learning and retention
issues of adult and online students.
are excited to welcome Dee to Dean College,” said John Marcus, Vice President
of Enrollment Services and Marketing at Dean College. “Dee will be instrumental
during our launch of the online degree program in the fall. Her expertise in
starting new programs, working with adult learners and online program development
and evaluation are exactly what Dean needs at this point in our history.”
Dee will begin her new role at Dean College on Monday, June 30, 2014.
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