• Forensic Science – High School Summer Opportunities

    Forensic science. The words mean a lot to those high school students who spend their days watching fictional shows like Bones, CSI, and NCIS, as well as non-fiction ones on Investigation Discovery. No matter what their favorite shows are, one thing is for certain – they want to someday work in the field and would love to know more. This is where pre-college summer programs, like the one offered by Dean College in forensic science, come in handy. Not only do students get a chance to experience college life, but they also get invaluable hands-on experience in the field. Read on to learn more.

  • Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students – Jump Start Your College Career

    Ambitious high school students know two things. One, getting into a competitive college is important and requires some interesting activities that go beyond simple high school clubs and working a part-time job. And two, it’s crucial to get a feel for their future career (and earn college credits) before they even step foot on campus as a college freshman. The pre-college summer programs at Dean College, offered in sports management and leadership, sports broadcasting, and forensic science are all designed for those ambitious high school students looking to make a smooth transition into college life. Read on to learn more.

  • Esports Summer Camp Alternatives

    Students who want to get into esports have several summertime program options available. One is to attend a sport management pre-college summer program, which provides students with not only the chance to learn more about the subject and get a feel for it, but also earn college credits at the same time. These programs provide plenty of hands-on experience, plus a chance to see what college will really be like. Read on to learn more.

  • How to Get the Most Out of a Pre-College Summer Program

    Pre-college summer programs, like the ones offered by Dean College, serve an important purpose. Sure, they give students the chance to earn college credits and do something other than going to a traditional summer camp or working on a part-time. They also give high schoolers a chance to learn something new, connect and network with others, have a little fun, and even make new friends. Read on to learn more.

  • Meet the Class of 2021 & Class of 2020 Student Commencement Speakers

    Every year, student representatives are selected to speak on behalf of the graduating class at Commencement. This year, we’ll be celebrating two Commencements to honor both the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2020 — and are pleased to announce that Raen See ’21 and Glenn Morales ’20 are the student speakers for the Dean College 154th and 155th Commencement Ceremonies. Read on to learn more.

  • College Summer Programs for High School Students 2021

    Parents of high schoolers – are you looking for something fun and educational for your teenager? Whether they want to learn more about a particular field, or you want them to see what college will really be like by experiencing it for two weeks, a pre-college summer program for high school students is an option that is hard to turn down. Designed for students who are interested in sport management, forensic science, or sports broadcasting, these programs offer hands-on experience, lectures, and even college credits. Read on to learn more.

  • Forensic Science Summer Programs – Better Than Camp

    Television shows like Criminal Minds, CSI, Bones, and NCIS have made forensic science a hot career option. High schoolers who watch those shows want to know what it’s like to spend time out in the field or the lab, processing evidence and trying to catch the perpetrator. Read on to learn more about Dean's forensic science summer program for high school students.

  • High School Summer Programs for 2021

    High schoolers who want to appear well-rounded when applying for the college of their choice need to spend some time in a summer program. With so many options available, it’s rare that a student who wants to get into a top college chooses not to attend one of these high school summer programs. Read on to learn more.

  • Dean College Spotlight: Esports Club

    Esports is rising in popularity. Are you a competitive gamer? If so, the Dean College Esports club could be for you! We caught up Zac Baldino ’21, the club’s senior advisor and content creation coordinator, to learn more about competitive gaming. Read on to learn more.