Congratulations on your admission to Dean College! We are here to help guide you through the exciting transition to college.
Applying was the hard part; now comes the easy part. Take a moment to celebrate! We invite you to join our diverse and dynamic community of students and faculty and hope to see you on campus this fall as part of our incoming class.
Students accepted for Fall (September) enrollment are asked to submit their deposit by May 1st or three weeks after their offer of admission. The enrollment deposit will hold your place in the entering class ($500 for resident students, $250 for commuters). If you have questions, please contact your Admissions Counselor or contact the Office of Admissions at 508-541-1508 or email@example.com.
Please click here to submit your enrollment deposit. (Log in to your Application Status Portal as a returning user to access the payment page.)
If you have any issues submitting your deposit online, for assistance, please contact the Office of Admissions at 508-541-1508 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After submitting your deposit, you can track your next steps through your Enrollment Checklist on the Application Status Portal.
We believe that Dean is a good fit for you, but before making your final decision, we encourage you to learn a little more about us. Here are a few easy steps to make your enrollment at Dean a reality.
Applying for Aid
Complete the FAFSA form to be considered for financial aid. The majority of our students receive some form of financial assistance and even if you think you won't qualify, submitting the FAFSA may make you eligible for an award from Dean's institutional funds. The 2022-2023 FAFSA form is now open.
Whether you need a hand with the FASFA, or have questions about your financial aid package or out of pocket costs, we're here to help! Schedule an appointment with a student financial planning counselor today.
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Enrolling Students Next Steps Fall 2022
After submitting your enrollment deposit you can login to your Application Status Portal to access your Enrollment Checklist.
Accepted Students Day
Join us for an accepted student's day to meet other admitted students, current students, faculty and staff. you'll experience a variety of sessions to give you insight into what it will be like as a Dean College student.
Accepted Student Days will be held on:
All new Dean College students will participate in New Student Orientation.
- NSO I – June 23-24
- NSO II – June 27-28
- NSO III – July 12-13
Additional information, including registration details, will be available at a later date.
International students should plan to attend International Student Orientation (ISO). Check back later for specific dates and registration details.
On-Campus Housing and Dining
The application for Fall 2022 housing and dining will open in Spring 2022.
For more information about housing opportunities visit our Residence Life homepage.
2022 Academic Schedules
As a fall student, you'll work with your Success and Career Advisor during New Student Orientation and discuss Fall courses. After orientation you will receive details from your Success and Career Advisor on how to view your course schedule by the first week of August.
Questions? Email us at email@example.com!
Submit Required Health Forms and Insurance Information
After submitting your enrollment deposit for fall enrollment, please submit the Required Health Forms. A physical examination, health form and medical history, and evidence of immunizations and qualified health insurance coverage are required by Massachusetts law or College policy. You may also click here to learn more about receiving or waiving the College's health insurance.
All members of the Dean community will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Medical or religious exceptions will be reviewed on an individual basis.
If you have questions please contact the Health Services at 508-541-1600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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