This summer Dean College is upgrading the Digital Media Arts Center (DMAC) and the WGAO 88.3 FM Radio Station. Each space is housed on the first floor of Dean Hall, the College’s iconic and centrally located building on campus.
Demolition of the two spaces has begun with an anticipated completion date of late August 2019, just in time for the arrival of students for the fall 2019 semester. WGAO will be operational throughout the summer.
These state-of-the-art facilities will provide experiential learning opportunities for our students, especially those enrolled in the Communications program at Dean.
The goal of the space is to inspire creativity and provide students with access to the latest technology so that they are well-prepared to work as professionals in the media industry after graduation.