We have a great Student Activity Committee (SAC) which is an organization of students and faculty members that work to plan events on campus. Every single weekend they have events planned such as casino night, bingo (with awesome prizes), toilet racing, themed dances and much much more! There will never be a weekend at Dean where there is not something planned. We also have off campus trips to NYC, bowling, surfing lessons and more. We have the Wrentham Outlets one exit away from Dean, great for shopping and hanging out. Also right in town we have plenty of restaurants, shops and park areas for pick up games or going for a walk.
Dances, Basketball games, performances, etc.
Dance Team, Theater, Dance Company, Business Club, GSA, Sisterhood, Brothahood
Dean Community Outreach. (This is a great group because you go out into the community and give back.)
Residence Hall Association.
Some of the most popular activities and groups on campus are the theatrical and dance productions (everyone is allowed to audition!), and the sports (we have a lot of intramural so everyone can play a sport too!) Our student government is popular also - they always try and provide Dean with new, fun activities for students. There's always something to do on the weekends, too: a lot of times, we have themed weekends (like "Winter Wonderland" or a "Spring Break" weekend), and we also have dances about once a month that a lot of people go to (myself included). We also have shuttle buses that take us to places like the Wrentham Outlets, or Patriot's Place. However, if none of that floats your boat, there's usually a get together somewhere in the dorms, or more relaxed things like t-shirt designing or airbrush pillowcases provided by Student Activities. The bottom line: there's always something to do at Dean!
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