Franklin, MA – Dean College is once again offering its innovative "Dean Fall II" program giving students who were unable to start college in September, or who were unhappy with their college choice the opportunity to take classes at an accelerated rate without falling behind a semester.
"Based on the needs of many young adults and the success of last year's program, we are again offering this program," said John Marcus, Vice President of Enrollment Services and Marketing. "Dean Fall II is affordable and accessible and allows students to earn 9 credit hours before the start of the spring semester either as a commuter or as a resident student."
Students enroll in three courses taught in an accelerated format and classes begin October 26, 2010 and run through December 16, 2010. The courses include core academic classes in humanities and social sciences designed to keep them on track towards a degree.
Federal Financial Assistance is available to qualified students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA.)
For more information about the Dean Fall II program, please call 508-541-1508 or go to admissions.dean.edu/fall2 to download an application.