• Preparing for Finals: Learning Support Services at Dean

    With classes wrapping up and finals starting soon, it’s time to finish the semester out strong. And if you need support in the process, Dean has plenty of learning support services to help you succeed. Learn more about the options offered by the Morton Family Learning Center and open to all students.

  • Dean's Learning Support Options

    Getting the most out of college often includes asking for (and receiving) learning support when it’s needed. Dean College offers a number of learning support options to help you succeed inside and outside the classroom. Want to learn more about Dean's learning support options? Here's a quick breakdown.

  • Academic Coaching at Dean

    Sometimes, college students need a little extra help in order to successfully pass their classes and graduate with a degree and an internship under their proverbial belts. This is why Dean College offers academic coaching for our students. Read on to learn more about academic coaching at Dean College.

  • Now Playing: I Hate Hamlet

    The School of the Arts production of I Hate Hamlet opens TONIGHT and runs through Sunday, December 5, 2021. The play follows a wildly funny duel between television star Andrew Rally and the ghost of John Barrymore, whose Hamlet was the greatest of his time, over women, art, success, duty, television, and their apartment. Theatre majors David Livingston ’22 (Andrew Rally), Ts Burnham ’22 (Lillian Troy), and Katie Moran ’22 (Assistant Director) answered a few questions about the show.

  • Top Female Sports Broadcasters - Could You Be Next?

    Sports broadcasters play a key role in the sports industry, asking players and officials questions and covering the sports they love. Some of the most famous sports broadcasters are women - and you could be just like them. Ready to become the next female sports broadcaster? Read on to find out how.

  • Dance Careers Beyond Performing

    Although many aspiring professional dancers go through degree programs in order to hone their skills, not all of them go on to perform on the stage. Here are just a few of the careers available to you with a degree in dance.

  • Raising Awareness for Mental Health Through the Arts: Project Green Showcase

    Project Green, Dean College’s student club that advocates for mental health and addiction awareness, will be holding their fourth annual Project Green Showcase this Saturday, November 20, 2021. To learn more about the showcase, we spoke with the president of Project Green, Meg Arrington ’22. Read on to learn more.

  • Academic Support Services You Should Know About

    College is supposed to be a time when students are “living their best lives” while on their own for the first time. They're away from home, living in dorms, and planning their own schedules. However, this doesn't mean that students aren't able to receive the support that they need to succeed. Read on to learn more.

  • Theatre Careers for Non-Actors

    Not everyone who majors in theatre wants to be an actor. Obtaining a degree in theatre is just the first step towards getting one of those backstage or audience-based jobs that play a crucial role in the theatre. Read on to learn more.

  • Celebrating Dean College Traditions

    As the end of the semester draws near, it’s time to celebrate the seasons and have a little fun in between finishing projects and prepping for finals. Dean College has several annual traditions that round out the fall semester, including Thanksgiving dinner, Winter Days, the Annual Tree Lighting and Late Night Breakfast. Read on to learn more about each of these beloved traditions!