• How to Become an Athletic Director

    It takes more than a love for the game and an enjoyment of sports to become an athletic director for a high school or college. If a career as an athletic director sounds like what you want to do, read on to learn how you should proceed.

  • Dean Spotlight: “She Loves Me,” Guest Director Gabrielle Carrubba

    The School of the Arts is performing “She Loves Me,” an intimate and heartwarming musical by Joe Masteroff, Jerry Bock, and Sheldon Harnick, being guest directed at Dean College by Gabrielle Carrubba. The musical will run from February 28 to March 3, 2024 and tickets can be purchased via the Dean College Box Office. Read on to learn more.

  • 5 Things to Ask Before Selecting a College

    Choosing a college requires more than simply picking the one whose sports team you like best. There’s also more involved in the process than just choosing a school based on its reputation or brand name. So, where do you start? Instead, you need to find a school that’s the right “all around” fit for you.

  • Beyond Broadcasting: Diverse Career Paths with a Communications Degree

    Getting a communications degree does not put you on a single career path as it did decades ago. Now, people with this degree can get into any number of different careers and industries, depending on where their interests lie. There’s much more that you can do with a communications degree than work in broadcasting. Read on to learn more.

  • Why Pursue a Marketing and Communications Degree: Career Opportunities and Advantages

    Looking for a major that’s almost universally useful? Consider a degree in marketing and communications. Marketing will give you a good background in things like advertising tactics and finding creative ways to utilize data to better target your audience, while a communications degree will expose you to the various media-based career options. Read on to learn more.

  • 8 Best Majors for Undecided Students

    Choosing a major can be tough when you aren’t quite sure what type of career you want once you graduate from college. Thankfully, there are a number of majors for students who haven’t yet made up their minds. Read on to learn more.