• Considering a BFA In Acting? Here’s What You Should Know

    Whether you want to show off your talents under the Broadway spotlights or make a mark on Hollywood in the best way possible, it all starts with a BFA in Acting. A BFA, also known as a Bachelor of Fine Arts, differs from a Bachelor of Arts degree in several ways, including the ratio of general education courses required to degree-related classes, among other things. Wondering if a BFA in Acting is right for you? Read on to learn more.

  • Dean Spotlight: True Colors

    In honor of Pride Month this June, we’re proud to spotlight True Colors, Dean’s club for LGBTQ+ students and allies. We caught up with club treasurer Titi Stevenson ’24, a Human Services major, who shared more about the group and their advice for students looking to get involved. Read on to learn more.

  • Interested in Musical Theatre? 8 Career Options to Consider

    Majoring in musical theatre in college, specifically in a BFA program, is an intense experience. You’ll take part in numerous theatre productions and attend plenty of classes and workshops designed to enhance your skills so that you can go on to star on Broadway or make your mark on Hollywood. However, what happens if you choose not to go the actor route? Read on to learn more.

  • Take The First Step Towards Becoming a Physical Therapist

    High schoolers who dream about becoming physical therapists need to take that first step and enroll in a degree program. Whether that program is for pre-athletic training, exercise science, or anything similar, these degrees include a number of courses that will teach you first aid, anatomy, and more. What do these programs usually include? Read on to learn more.

  • The Benefits of a Liberal Arts Education for Entrepreneurship

    Attending a liberal arts college usually means spending a good part of your four years of school balancing a number of general education courses along with those related to your major. Some people prefer to focus on the major-related courses, wondering why the others are even on the schedule at all. The thing to remember is that all of those gen eds serve an important purpose: they teach the soft skills that make students excellent entrepreneurs. Read on to learn more.

  • Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 5 Reasons to Consider a Smaller College

    High schoolers not only have to make a choice of which state to attend college but also the size of the university that they think will best fit them. There are three main options: large state schools, medium-sized colleges (that can be either private or public), and small universities like Dean College, which tend to be private in nature. What are some of the advantages that these small colleges hold over their counterparts? Read on to learn more.

  • Bulldogs Land Summer 2023 Internships

    Summer break has only just begun, but many of our Bulldogs are already hard at work! 100% of our bachelor’s degree students complete an internship before graduation, and summer is the perfect time to gain that real-world experience, earn credit and get a jumpstart on their future careers. Read on to learn more.

  • Why Massachusetts is a Great Place to Live and Work After College

    The state of Massachusetts is known for many things. It’s one of the 13 original colonies. The pilgrims landed on the state’s shore, making Plymouth Rock a historic tourist destination. The city of Boston is well known for its culture and industry. All of these things, and more, make the state a wonderful place to live and work after college. Read on to learn more.

  • Is The Cost of Attending a Private College in MA Worth It?

    When looking at colleges, you might shy away from the private schools, thinking that the costs outweigh the benefits. However, this line of thinking is incorrect, as attending a private college in Massachusetts is worth every penny. In addition to private universities often having larger endowments and providing need-based financial aid, there are a number of other things that make these schools worthwhile. Read on to learn more.

  • The Benefits of Attending a Small College in New England

    Trying to decide between a small college in New England and a larger school? There are plenty of good things about both, but small colleges have a number of benefits that you just won’t find at the bigger colleges. Plus, attending college in New England has plenty of advantages of its own. Are you ready to find out why you should choose a small school in an area of the country known for its natural beauty? Here are the benefits that you’ll be able to enjoy.