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The Registrar's Office is located in Dean Hall and serves the Dean College community - past, present and future - by providing all records-related services, including transcript requests, enrollment verifications for current
and former students, degree verification and more.
Following are some of the services we offer:
Please review the following information. If you need further assistance, please contact:
Registrar's OfficeDean College 99 Main Street Franklin, MA 02038 email@example.com
The Dean College Registrar's Office staff is happy to assist you with your academic request. Click below to learn more about the services we offer.
Transcript Request InformationTranscripts must be requested in writing by the student. If you are a current student youmay log in to Today@Dean and click on “transcript requests” under Essential Links on the right side of the page. If you graduated from Dean prior to 1994, then you must complete the Transcript Request Form. If you graduated after 1994, then you may order your transcript online. In effect August 1, 2014, electronic transcripts will be distributed for a fee of $6 and print transcripts will be distributed for a fee of $10.
Enrollment Verifications (Current Students) Current Dean College students with Social Security numbers can obtain instantaneous enrollment verifications for FREE through the College portal Today@Dean. Students without Social Security numbers can only obtain an Enrollment Verification from the Center for Student Administrative Services located in Dean Hall. Enrollment Verifications (Former Students) Dean College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to act as the agent for providing enrollment verifications. Please call the Clearinghouse at 703-742-4200 or visit http://www.studentclearinghouse.org/
Degree Verification To submit a request for a Degree Verification, please visit the National Student Clearinghouse and navigate to the Degree & Enrollment Verifiers section.
Confidentiality of RecordsDean College complies with all of the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Students have the right to inspect any and all official records, files and data directly related to them, with certain exceptions such as financial records of students' parents and/or information to which the student has waived her/his right of access. For details, please click here.
A credit hour as an amount of
work represented in intended learning outcomes and verified by evidence of
student achievement that is an institutional established equivalence that
reasonably approximates not less than:
(1) One hour of classroom or
direct faculty instruction and a minimum of two hours of out-of-class student
work each week for approximately fifteen weeks for one semester or trimester
hour of credit, or ten to twelve weeks for one-quarter hour of credit, or the
equivalent amount of work over a different amount of time; or
(2) At least an equivalent amount
of work as required in paragraph (1) of this definition for other academic
activities as established by the institution including laboratory work,
internships, practica, studio work, and other academic work leading to the
award of credit hours.
Forms Applications for Readmission for Associate Degree programs Applications for Readmission for Bachelor's Degree programsCompleting Your Bioform Parent Access to Student InformationClick to view instructions for a student to grant parents or guardians access to the student's financial and academic records. Voter Registration As a part of the Higher Education Amendment, Dean College must provide students with the opportunity to register to vote. Accordingly, to request a mail-in voter registration form, visit the Massachusetts state website.
Please note that students cannot register to vote via the Internet, but they can request a voter registration form. Students must fill out the form completely and return it to their city or town hall. Remember that students will not be registered to vote until they return the completed voter registration form to their local city or town hall.
The local clerk will thereafter provide students with acknowledgment of their voter registration. If students do not receive an acknowledgment of their voter registration within a reasonable time, they should check with their local clerk for more information.
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