Dean College

Dean College is a private college granting both associate degrees in 15 majors, and baccalaureate degrees in 5 majors. The College is located in Franklin, Massachusetts. Students can earn a bachelor's degree from Dean in Business, Arts and Entertainment Management, Dance, Liberal Arts and Studies or Theater. Dean students hail from throughout the United States and from more than twenty different countries. The school provides mentoring, tutoring and other personalized learning services for students with diverse learning styles and study skills.

for the access students have to faculty, mentors and tutors who have abundant and flexible office hours and are willing to work with students to make sure they learn and comprehend course material and cultivate confidence in their abilities.

Dean College is located in Franklin, Massachusetts, off of 495 exit 16 and 17.

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