Dean College


Dean College

Dean College


Dean Collegeis a private residential college fostering academic and personal success, offers a variety of associate degree programs, transfer preparation for four-year institutions, and baccalaureate degrees. Dean is committed to graduating students who are well-prepared for the world of work or further collegiate study.  


Students leave with Associate Degrees in one of 15 majors (98% are accepted for transfer to four-year colleges and universities) or a Bachelor's degree in one of several majors including Arts and Entertainment Management, Business, Dance, Liberal Arts and Studies and Theatre, not to mention the friendships and memories made along the way.

The Basics

SettingLocated within the Franklin town.
School TypeUSA University
HousingSchool Dorm
School Website
Nearest CityBoston
Year Founded1865
Admission RequirementHK F.5
Academic CalendarSummer, Fall, Spring
Level OfferedAssociate degree, 2-year University Transfer Program
EnrollmentApproximately 1,500 students
International Students6%
Student-Teacher Ratio17:1

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Students Transfer Records (for CC)

University of Wisconsin – Madison, University of Michigan -Ann Arbor, Boston University, Smith College, University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign, University North Carolina – Chapel Hill, University of Virginia, University of Texas – Austin, UCLA, USC, Indiana University – Bloomington, University of Florida, New York University, Parson School of Design, Cornell University etc.


Academic Programs

Dean offers 5 Bachelor degrees as well as 15 Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degrees. Dean also offers a part-time study program to serve students who wish to pursue their education on a part-time basis. Please see below for a list of majors and feel free to click on them to see what each program offers.



Fitness center, swimming pool, art performance canter, library, computer center etc.


Students Life

There are currently 20 student-run clubs and organizations at Dean College. If you are not already involved, then feel free to stop by any club meeting. All meetings, including the Student Government Association, are open to all students.