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The Office of Institutional Advancement at Dean College is asking for your support on #GivingTuesday, an online initiative which encourages people to support a cause that they believe in. Support comes in many forms, from a donation to your time, to sharing your support on your social media profiles. Please consider supporting the mission of Dean College on #GivingTuesday.
“Where does my donation to Dean really go?”When it comes to designating your gift, the choice is up to you. Dean College is grateful for your support and encourages you to give the area that matters to you. Your support, in any capacity, makes The Dean Difference accessible to all current and future Dean students. Here are some areas to which you can make a gift.SCHOLARSHIPSScholarship gifts provide necessary financial assistance to Dean College students throughout their time at the College.ATHLETICSAn investment in your favorite team empowers our student-athletes hit their goals, on and off the field, and allows our programs to surpass our goals.AREA OF GREATEST NEEDGifts to the Dean College Annual Fund immediately go toward the area of greatest need, providing resources for scholarships, faculty enrichment and programs that enhance student life. These gifts address Dean’s most pressing needs and opportunities, in real-time.MORTON FAMILY LEARNING CENTERThe Morton Family Learning Center works closely with each student to promote a holistic educational experience by providing a spectrum of services that meet the specific academic support needs of its diverse student population. SCHOOL/ProgramGifts to a particular school or program allow administrators to strengthen student opportunities. You can designate your gift to the Palladino School of Dance, School of the Arts, or any other program that resonates with you.
The Dean College men's lacrosse team defeated Tompkins-Cortland Community College, 22-10, this past weekend to open up their 2014 season.
The baseball team won their season opener over Spoon River Community College, 15-0, followed by a 3-2 victory over Sauk Valley Community College.
Click here for more information on Dean College athletics.
Dean College men’s basketball team defeated Monroe Community College on
Saturday, 99-89, to capture their first NJCAA District 2 Championship. They now advance to the NJCAA National Tournament
for the first time and will travel to Danville, Illinois next week to compete
for a national title. The sixteen team
tournament begins on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 and the championship game
concludes on Saturday, March 22, 2014.
built a 55-36 lead at halftime on the hot shooting of Antonio Pires (Carver,
MA), who scored 12 points, all from behind the 3-point arc. Joe Clarke (New Rochelle, NY) led all Dean
scorers with 19 points, including going 11-12 from the foul line. Jamal Reuben (Brockton, MA) had key baskets
down the stretch with 17 points, including 3 long range 3-pointers, and also
played excellent defense with 4 steals.
Overall, Dean had five players in double figures and raised their season
record to 21-3 heading into the nationals.
For additional information about the NJCAA National Tournament, please visit
women lost a tough game to Essex County College (Newark, NJ), 63-56, as a four
point halftime lead evaporated at the ten-minute mark of the second half and
the Bulldogs were forced to play catch up the rest of the way. Dean’s second leading scorer, Vanessa Sylvain
(Brockton, MA), went down early in the second half with a game ending ankle
injury and starting point guard Victoria Nguyen (Woburn, MA) was in foul
trouble all game. Dean only scored 23
points in the second half without two key cogs to their offense. The Lady Bulldogs finished one of their best
seasons at 17-6 and their first Region XXI title since 2002.
information on the Dean College Basketball Teams, visit our website www.dean.edu.
Dean College Basketball Advances to NJCAA National Tournament
The Dean College Men's Basketball team defeated Monroe CC 99-89 on Saturday to advance to the NJCAA National Championship Tournament. Congratulations to Coach Fazzi and the Bulldogs!
The Dean College Basketball teams made college history this past weekend capturing Region XXI Championships in the same year.
Join the Bulldogs this Saturday, March 8, 2014 in the Pieri Gymnasium where the men's team will take on Monroe Community College at 12:00 noon, followed by the women's game at 2:00 p.m. vs. Essex County College.
The winner of the men's game will advance to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Illinois on March 18-23, 2014. The winner of the women's game will advance to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament at Johnson Community College, March 18-22, 2014.
The Dean College acapella group, Vocal Convictions, performed at the Ellie Fund’s 18th Annual Red Carpet Gala, a celebration of film, food and fashion this past Sunday, March 2, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Taj Boston. Vocal Convictions is a student-run, audition-based acapella singing club at Dean College.
The Red Carpet Gala was presented by Subaru of New England and featured an exclusive viewing of the 86th Academy Awards® Telecast live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The event included red carpet fashion commentary, gourmet chef stations, live and silent auctions, as well as pre-event promotions and performances.
The Ellie Fund is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that fights breast cancer by easing its effects on patients and families. The Ellie Fund does this by providing critical support services including transportation to medical appointments, childcare, housekeeping, groceries, and nutritious prepared/delivered meals free of charge to hundreds of women and family members across Massachusetts each year.
For more information on the Ellie Fund, visit www.elliefund.org. For more information on Dean College and how to get involved in student clubs and organizations, visit the college website www.dean.edu.
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